anonymous
  • anonymous
The final exam is “graded on a curve,” with the top 20% of the students on the final receiving an A grade on the exam. Is the set of students who receive an A on the exam based on the new final exam scores different from the set of students who received an A on the exam based on the old final exam scores?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The correlation between the new final scores and the old final scores is:?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The correlation between the new final scores and the midterm scores is: ?
amistre64
  • amistre64
i dont see that there is enough information posted here to determine that

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