# Math

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If two variables are very strongly associated, the correlation between them will be near 1.0 or -1.0.
A) False
B) True

I put false because the variable have to be quantitative and they have to be perfect...

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Why would they have to be perfect?

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Because perfect correlation is r= 1 or r= -1? Is my answer not correct?

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