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Based on data obtained from the CIA World Factbook, the linear correlation coefficient between the number of television stations in a country and the life expectancy of residents of the country is 0.599.
What does this correlation imply? Do you believe that the more television stations a country has, the longer its population can expect to live? Why or why not? What is a likely lurking variable between number of televisions and life expectancy?


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