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Here's the data. Let's calculate Pearson's r anywhere in the white space.
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Equals Pearson, and we need to enter the x values. A 2 colon a 10. And then we
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need to enter the y values, b 2 colon b 10. We get that Pearson's r if we round
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to two decimal places, it's 0.91.