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Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by Mirlificochet, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. Mirlificochet

    Mirlificochet Senior Member

    Bretagne
    french
    Hi,
    Do you say "X is correlated to or correlated with Y" ? X and Y are concepts
     
  2. stumerr Senior Member

    US
    US English
    "Correlated to" is standard, but I don't think anyone would raise an eyebrow at "correlated with," unless your talking to akaAJ:D
     
  3. b1947420 Senior Member

    I would say that x correlates with y or that there is correlation between x and Y.
     
  4. Mirlificochet

    Mirlificochet Senior Member

    Bretagne
    french
    I'm not talking, i'm writing a document, so i'll go for "correlated to", Thanks very much!!
     
  5. Mirlificochet

    Mirlificochet Senior Member

    Bretagne
    french
    Ok, I 'conducted a little inquiry' and I found out that it's correlated with the correct phrasing. Too long on the translation, you end up confused... Thanks b1947420, and thank you both for your helpl! :)
     

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