## Table of Contents

### Rhymes with Correlation Coefficient

- self-sufficient
- insufficient
- beneficent
- proficient
- inefficient
- sufficient
- omniscient
- deficient

### Sentences with correlation-coefficient

1. **Noun Phrase**

Your goal is to find the **correlation coefficient** for these two sets of data.

2. **Noun Phrase**

This is the cell where you will calculate the **correlation coefficient**.

3. **Noun Phrase**

The value of the **correlation coefficient** tells us about the strength and the nature of the relationship.

4. **Noun Phrase**

If the **correlation coefficient** is greater, the results are said to be of significance.

### 2. coefficient

**noun.** ['ˌkoʊəˈfɪʃənt'] a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic.

#### Synonyms

- reflection factor
- coefficient of viscosity
- modulus
- coefficient of reflection
- constant
- mutual inductance
- absorptance
- coefficient of expansion
- reflectance
- drag coefficient
- self-inductance
- coefficient of friction
- coefficient of mutual induction
- transmittance
- weight
- expansivity
- transmission
- dynamic viscosity
- coefficient of self induction
- coefficient of drag
- weighting
- coefficient of absorption
- absorption coefficient
- reflectivity

#### Antonyms

### 3. correlation

**noun.** ['ˌkɔrəˈleɪʃən'] a statistic representing how closely two variables co-vary; it can vary from -1 (perfect negative correlation) through 0 (no correlation) to +1 (perfect positive correlation).

#### Synonyms

- chance-half correlation
- coefficient of correlation
- product-moment correlation coefficient
- parametric statistic
- correlation coefficient
- biserial correlation coefficient
- tetrachoric correlation
- multiple correlation coefficient
- split-half correlation
- Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient
- biserial correlation

### 4. correlation

**noun.** ['ˌkɔrəˈleɪʃən'] a statistical relation between two or more variables such that systematic changes in the value of one variable are accompanied by systematic changes in the other.