# Chapter 3 - Linear and Quadratic Functions - 3.2 Building Linear Models from Data - 3.2 Assess Your Understanding - Page 133: 4

True.

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A correlation coefficient is a value measuring a statistical relationship between two variables. There are lots of types of correlation coefficients but they all take values between $−1$ and $+1$, where $+1$ stands for the strongest possible agreement and $−1$ stands for the strongest possible disagreement. Hence, the given statement it is true.

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