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The Sample Corelation Coefficients from a Linear Algebra Perspective

by C. Ray Rosentrater

This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
January, 2006

Subject classification(s): Statistics and Probability | Data Collection | Sampling and Surveys | Statistical Inference and Techniques | Regression and Correlation
Applicable Course(s): 6.1 Probability & Statistics | 7.1 Mathematical Statistics

This capsule applied the concepts from linear algebra to prove the relations of sample corelation coefficients.

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