Investigating associations between two variables

General Maths Units 3 and 4 (2023+)

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This video forms on video as part of the core module on data analysis. I take a look at how to use pencil and paper methods alongside the CAS to find the correlation coefficient given a set of data. There is a formula I use to find the value of 'r'. This type of question comes up in exams all the time and I do all I can to make the content as easy to understand as I can.

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vce maths
Calculating the correlation coefficient
correlation coefficient
what is the correlation coefficient
what is the correlation
year 12 maths
grade 12 maths
further maths
vce further
further units 3 and 4
core module
core further