If the correlation coefficient between two variables equals zero, what can be said of the variables X and Y? A. Not related. B. Dependent on each other. C. Highly related. D. X causes Y.

If the correlation coefficient between two variables equals zero, what can be said of the variables X and Y are not related.

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If the correlation coefficient between two variables equals zero, what can be said of the variables X and Y are not related.

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