I was assigned a project in Applied Math and I chose to investigate the strength of the relationship between Math and Physics. My scope of tests is still limited, so I decided to first do a chi squared test (to show independence) and then determine the product moment correlation coefficient. Problem is the chi squared suggested independence, but my pmcc turned out to be 0.69. So I checked these two conflicting tests and my teacher did them but we haven't come up with anything else.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is there any way this could be possible. If anyone wants to see my data (it's really not much) I will gladly upload it.

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# Investigating strength of relationship

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