CORRELATION in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of CORRELATION
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correlation
 n.  mutual relationship; a connection between two or more facts
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1  There is a direct correlation between exposure to sun and skin cancer.
2  The close correlation between the data obtained from these two sources suggests that recall error is unlikely to be a confounding factor.
3  The study showed a significant correlation between the baby's sleeping position and the risk of cot death.
4  He sought to determine the correlation that existed between ability in algebra and ability to interpret reading exercises.
5  I cannot correlate these two pieces of information.
6  Attempts to correlate specific language functions with particular parts of the brain have not advanced very far.
7  The average salary is correlated with length of education.
8  At the highest executive levels earnings and performance aren't always correlated.
9  The loss of respect for British science is correlated to reduced funding.
10  Here we apply a method for detecting correlated changes in multiple sequence alignments.