Correlation matrix table, Applied Statistics

A.    Do the correlation matrix table.

B.    Which variable (s) has the largest correlation coeffieient which is not a perfect correlation?

C.    Which variable (s) has the smallest correlation coefficient which is not a perfect correlation?

D.    Apply the seven steps of hypothesis testing to variables 1 and 5.  The level of significance was computed at p < .049 level for the variables.

E.    Describe the relationship between variable 6 and varable 4 and variable 6 and varaible 5.

F.    Determine the scale of measurement for each variable stated in questions D and E; and describe your answers.

G.    Determine the independent and dependent variables for questions D and E; and describe your answers.

Please label every of your responses for the assignments


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