Julie found an r value to be .56; Jill found an r value to be .58. who had the stronger value ?
d. none of these 
If an r squared = .529, find the coefficient of nondetermination. 
Suppose you calculated a corrleation value of .06 with critical value(s) = +/ 0.444, should you contnue on to regression ? Yesno 
Why or why not ?
b. since there is no significant correlation, continue on to regression c. since there is a significant correlation, DO NOT continue on to regression

(1)
Correct option:
b. Jill
Explanation:
Since absolute value of Jill's r = 0.58 is greater than absolute
value of Julie's r = 0.56, Jill had the stronger value.
(2)
Given :
R^{2} = 0.529
So
The Coefficient of Nondetermination = 1  0.529 = 0.471
(3)
H0: Null Hypothesis: = 0 (Population correlation is 0)
HA: Alternative Hypothesis: 0 (Population correlation is not 0)
Since calculated value of r = 0.06 isless than critical value of r = 0.444, the difference is not significant. Fail to reject null hypothesis. Conclusion: (Population correlation is 0. So, we should not continue on regression.
So,
Correct option:
no
(4)
Correct option:
d. Since there is NO significant correlation, DO NOT continue on to regression.
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