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To find out whether students scores in physics have significant relationship with their scores in math, the person product moment correlation coefficient of 0.60 for 50 students was gotten. Given the critical value; t(49; 0.05) = 2.021.
1) State the propose null hypothesis
2) Is the propose null hypothesis significant?

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