Average AnnualSalary ($1000s)JobStress ToleranceArt directors8169.0AstronomersAudiologistsDental hygienistsEconomists9670709262.067.571.363.369.562.865.560.169.0EngineersLaw teachersOptometristsPolitical scientists921009810265Urban and regional plannersThe stress tolerance for each job is rated on a scale from 0 to 100, where a lower rating indicates less stress.Click on the datafile logo to reference the data.DATA filea. Select a scatter diagram for these data with average annual salary as the independent variable.757065155507080901005060110Average Annual Salary (S1000s)756560ress ToleracneStress Toleracne70602. 55506070809010050110Average Annual Salary ($1000s)757065355505060701008090110Average Annual Salary (S1000s)- Select your answer -What does the scatter diagram indicate about the relationship between the two variables?- Select your answer -b. Use these data to develop an estimated regression equation that can be used to predict stress tolerance given the average annual salary. Round your answers to four decimal places.х%3Dc. At the .05 level of significance, does there appear to be a significant statistical relationship between the two variables.- Select your answer -d. Would you feel comfortable in predicting the stress tolerance for a different occupation given the average annual salary for the occupation?- Select your answer -e. Does the relationship between average annual salary and stress tolerance for these data seem reasonable to you?- Select your answer -Stress ToleracneStr60

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To identify high-paying jobs for people that do not like stress, the following data were collected showing the average annual salary ($1000) and the stress tolerance for a variety of occupations (Business Insider, November 8, 2013).

Average Annual
Salary ($1000s)
Job
Stress Tolerance
Art directors
81
69.0
Astronomers
Audiologists
Dental hygienists
Economists
96
70
70
92
62.0
67.5
71.3
63.3
69.5
62.8
65.5
60.1
69.0
Engineers
Law teachers
Optometrists
Political scientists
92
100
98
102
65
Urban and regional planners
The stress tolerance for each job is rated on a scale from 0 to 100, where a lower rating indicates less stress.
Click on the datafile logo to reference the data.
DATA file
a. Select a scatter diagram for these data with average annual salary as the independent variable.
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70
65
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55
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90
100
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60
110
Average Annual Salary (S1000s)
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60
ress Toleracne
Stress Toleracne
70
60
2.
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Average Annual Salary ($1000s) Job Stress Tolerance Art directors 81 69.0 Astronomers Audiologists Dental hygienists Economists 96 70 70 92 62.0 67.5 71.3 63.3 69.5 62.8 65.5 60.1 69.0 Engineers Law teachers Optometrists Political scientists 92 100 98 102 65 Urban and regional planners The stress tolerance for each job is rated on a scale from 0 to 100, where a lower rating indicates less stress. Click on the datafile logo to reference the data. DATA file a. Select a scatter diagram for these data with average annual salary as the independent variable. 75 70 65 1 55 50 70 80 90 100 50 60 110 Average Annual Salary (S1000s) 75 65 60 ress Toleracne Stress Toleracne 70 60 2.

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What does the scatter diagram indicate about the relationship between the two variables?
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b. Use these data to develop an estimated regression equation that can be used to predict stress tolerance given the average annual salary. Round your answers to four decimal places.
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c. At the .05 level of significance, does there appear to be a significant statistical relationship between the two variables.
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d. Would you feel comfortable in predicting the stress tolerance for a different occupation given the average annual salary for the occupation?
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e. Does the relationship between average annual salary and stress tolerance for these data seem reasonable to you?
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55 50 60 70 80 90 100 50 110 Average Annual Salary ($1000s) 75 70 65 3 55 50 50 60 70 100 80 90 110 Average Annual Salary (S1000s) - Select your answer - What does the scatter diagram indicate about the relationship between the two variables? - Select your answer - b. Use these data to develop an estimated regression equation that can be used to predict stress tolerance given the average annual salary. Round your answers to four decimal places. х %3D c. At the .05 level of significance, does there appear to be a significant statistical relationship between the two variables. - Select your answer - d. Would you feel comfortable in predicting the stress tolerance for a different occupation given the average annual salary for the occupation? - Select your answer - e. Does the relationship between average annual salary and stress tolerance for these data seem reasonable to you? - Select your answer - Stress Toleracne Str 60

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Construct a scatter plot.

 

Steps to construct scatter plot in Excel:

 

  • Select the data ‘Average Annual salary’ and ‘Stress Tolerance’ in Excel
  • Go to Insert.
  • Select Scatterunder Charts.

 

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The scatter plot is,

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Scatter plot 75 70 65 60 100 120 40 60 80 20

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