Partial & Multiple correlation

Presented by :Abhishek kumar yadav Roll no.-(02) Ravi mahali Roll no.-(58)

Partial correlation
 Used   Three   The

in a situation where three and four variables involved. variables such as age, height & weight. correlation b/w height & weight can be computed by keeping age constant. by “ r12.3 ”

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QUESTION
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the following data, calculate the correlation b/w variable 1 & 2 keeping the 3rd constant. r12 = 0.7 ; r13 = 0.6 ; r23 = 0.4 :-

 Solution

Multiple correlation
 Dealing   One   Dependent

with situations that involve three or more variables. dependent & rest are independent.

variable is always denoted by X1 & others by X2, X3, X4, etc.

question
 The

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following zero-order, correlation coefficients are givenr12 = 0.98 ; r13 = 0.44 & r23 = 0.54

Calculate multiple correlation coefficient treating 1st variable as dependent & rest are independent.

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