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95% Critical Values of the Sample Correlation Coefficient Table

Module by: Susan Dean, Barbara Illowsky, Ph.D.. E-mail the authors

Summary: This module provides an overview of Linear Regression and Correlation: 95% Critical Values of the Sample Correlation Coefficient Table as a part of Collaborative Statistics collection (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean.

Table 1
Degrees of Freedom: n-2n-2 Critical Values: (++ and --)
1 0.997
2 0.950
3 0.878
4 0.811
5 0.754
6 0.707
7 0.666
8 0.632
9 0.602
10 0.576
11 0.555
12 0.532
13 0.514
14 0.497
15 0.482
16 0.468
17 0.456
18 0.444
19 0.433
20 0.423
21 0.413
22 0.404
23 0.396
24 0.388
25 0.381
26 0.374
27 0.367
28 0.361
29 0.355
30 0.349
40 0.304
50 0.273
60 0.250
70 0.232
80 0.217
90 0.205
100 0.195

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