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Max interviews all of the students of his school who took AP tests. He finds that the relationship between the number of AP tests and their GPA is linearly associated with a correlation coefficient of 0.94. What does this value suggest about the relationship between the number of AP tests and GPA? A. The number of AP tests decreases as GPA increases. B. GPA decreases as the number of AP tests increase. C. There is no relationship between the number of AP tests and GPA. D. The number of AP tests increases as GPA increases.

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