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Topic: r for non-linear regression
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Josh Tabor

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r for non-linear regression
Posted: Oct 27, 1996 6:40 PM
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In Moore and McCabe it states that "correlation measures only the
strength of linear association." (page 167) If this is true, why does
the TI-83 give r or r^2 for all of the different regression models,
including non-linear?

Thanx, Josh Tabor
Wilson HS
Hacienda Heights CA





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