Chapter 1 Regression - Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

# 1.3 Hypothesis Testing for Zero Correlation

You can use a hypothesis test to determine whether the product moment correlation coefficient, r, for a particular sample indicates that there is likely to be a linear relationship within the whole population. In this lesson you learn about regression, correlation and hypothesis testing hypothesis testing for zero correlation, hypothesis testing for zero correlation.

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You can use a hypothesis test to determine whether the product moment correlation coefficient, r, for a particular sample indicates that there is likely to be a linear relationship within the whole population. In this lesson you learn about regression, correlation and hypothesis testing hypothesis testing for zero correlation, hypothesis testing for zero correlation.

Carry out a hypothesis test for zero correlation.

Hypothesis Testing for Zero Correlation