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Suppose the correlation between two variables is 0.57. If each of the yvalues is multiplied by 1, which of the following is true about the new scatterplot?
It slopes up to the right, and the correlation is 0.57
It slopes up to the right, and the correlation is +0.57
It slopes down to the right, and the correlation is 0.57
It slopes down to the right, and the correlation is +0.57
None of the above is true
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