Which of the following most accurately describes a correlation coefficient of 0.83 between height (inch X) and weight (lbs Y)?
83% of the variation in weight can be explained by height
There is a strong, positive association between height and weight
There is an association between height and weight
83% of the variation in height can be explained by weight
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