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my teacher gave us a question that says: compute the correlation coefficient (r) between pace of life and happiness.
if peace of life is 4 and happiness is 2.2? how do i do that?

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    Dont you need the variation of those, specifically the means? The question makes no sense to me.

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    well, she gave a list of countries, and each country has its own peace of mind and happiness number. there is a list of 12 countries. the highest peace of mind number is 20.

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