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Suppose the Product Manager on the Amazon Marketplace Fraud Team asks you to analyze the relationship between the chance a seller is fraudulent seller, and some other variable about the seller.
They took Statistics 101 a decade ago, so they confidently tell you "Don't just describe the relationship qualitatively - I'm a numbers person! Be sure to include the R-Squared () in your report!"
What are some ways could be misused, or be misleading, or not tell the PM the whole picture?
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