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Tell whether a correlation is likely. If it is, tell whether the correlation reflects a casual relationship. Explain your reasoning.

-the amount of time you study for a test and the score you receive

-the shoe size and the salary of a teacher

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    I will be happy to critique your thinking.

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    i think the first one is positive because studying can affect your test score. the second one might have no correlation

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    -c(11c+4)

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    Marcus earned a score of 75 on his first test. What is the minimum score he must earn on his second test for his mean score to be at least 80?

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