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## The strength (degree) of the correlation between a set of independent variables X and a dependent variable Y is measured by |

A. | Coefficient of Correlation |

B. | Coefficient of Determination |

C. | Standard error of estimate |

D. | All of the above |

Answer» D. All of the above |

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