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A coefficient is the quantitative value of a RELATIONSHIP. A coefficient, once estimated, indicates the link between two or more variables. For example, a PEARSON CORRELATION COEFFICIENT between variables X and Y of 0.90 precisely quantifies that relationship, suggesting it is very strong. In a ...

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