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The **correlation** between two random variables, R_{i} and R_{j}, is defined as:

p(Ri,Rj) =**[...]**

p(Ri,Rj) =

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#has-images #reading-9-probability-concepts

Question

The **correlation** between two random variables, R_{i} and R_{j}, is defined as:

p(Ri,Rj) =**[...]**

p(Ri,Rj) =

Answer

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**Subject 7. Covariance and Correlation**

ame time. We know that this is the case because both returns are higher in favorable conditions and lower in unfavorable conditions. Had we obtained a negative answer, logic would have told us that we had made an error somewhere. <span>The correlation between two random variables, R i and R j , is defined as: Alternative notations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: Correlation is a number between -1 and

ame time. We know that this is the case because both returns are higher in favorable conditions and lower in unfavorable conditions. Had we obtained a negative answer, logic would have told us that we had made an error somewhere. <span>The correlation between two random variables, R i and R j , is defined as: Alternative notations are corr(R i , R j ) and ρ ij . Properties of correlation: Correlation is a number between -1 and

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