Posted by **Kevin** on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 9:32am.

Why do some regressions models give you r and some give you r squared?

What does r squared tell you?

If you take the square root of r squared for a model and get a number close to one does that mean that the closer the square root of r squared to one, it is the better model?

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