`linear-regression``xs``ys`procedureGiven a line definition as lists of point coordinates, first prints to the terminal and then returns 5

**values**for the best fitting line through the points:- the y-intercept
- the slope
- the correlation coefficient, r
- the square of the correlation coefficient, r^2
- the significance of the difference of the slope from zero, p

(This is also called the Pearson correlation; used when relation expected to be linear. Also see

`spearman-rank-correlation`.)> (linear-regression '(1.0 2.0 3.0) '(0.1 0.3 0.8)) Intercept = -0.3, slope = 0.35, r = 0.970725343394151, R^2 = 0.942307692307692, p = 0.154420958311267 -0.3 0.35 0.970725343394151 0.942307692307692 0.154420958311267 ; 5 values