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In a relationship with two variables when both change in the same direction, whether increasing or decreasing by the same factor, the variables are said to be - - related? A. Directly B. Inversely
C. Equally
In a relationship with two variables when both change in the same direction, whether increasing or decreasing by the same factor, the variables are said to be - - related? A. Directly
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