Commute Time (in minutes)

WellBeing Score



4

69.3


13

68.8


26

67.3


35

67.2


52

66.4


75

65.4


105

63.4


Explanatory variable: it is a variable that can be manipulated in an experiment.
Response variable: it depends on the values of independent variable.
a).
Option B.
The explanatory variable is commute time and the response variable is the wellbeing score because commute time affects the wellbeing score.
b).
Stepbystep procedure to obtain the scatter diagram using Excel Mega stat is as follows:
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