Part IV Practice Problems on Correlation and Regression Return to Quick Notes Statistics   Updated 3/27/18     Please link to, use to educate and Answers Formula Reviews From Quick Notes Statistics may help with these problems. Answer the following questions concerning the relationship between average sick days taken over the past 5 years by senior managers and their performance rating using the this data. Be sure to show all mathematics calculations. Average Sick Days Taken 1995-1999 ID Number AA1 AB2 AC3 AD4 AE5 Sick days taken 4 8 3 7 1 Performance Rating 8 2 7 4 9
 1. Draw a scatter diagram of this data and calculate the coefficient of correlation to determine if average sick days taken over the last 5 years has an affect on a senior manager's most recent performance rating. 2.   Calculate the coefficient of determination and the coefficient of nondetermination. 3.   Using complete sentences, interpret your answers to questions 1 and 2. 4.   Could rho be zero at the .01 level of significance? Franklin Pierce college students may skip this question. 5.   Using the method of least squares, determine the regression equation for this data and draw it on your graph. 6.   Calculate the expected performance rating for a senior manager who averaged 5 absences per year over the        past 5 years. Answers
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