Question

The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009. Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of

requals=negative 0.2135−0.2135.

What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO made $15 million? What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO made $25 million?

Click the icon to view the compensation and stock performance data.

Click the icon to view a table of critical values for the correlation coefficient.

What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO made $15 million?

%

(Type an integer or decimal rounded to one decimal place as needed.)

Compensation ($ millions) Stock Return (%)

26.55 5.43

12.89 30.21

19.41 31.87

13.35 79.66

12.12 -7.94

12.35 2.22

26.52 4.08

14.79 10.81

17.46 3.86

14.02 12.25

Critical Values for Correlation Coefficient

n

3 0.997

4 0.950

5 0.878

6 0.811

7 0.754

8 0.707

9 0.666

10 0.632

11 0.602

12 0.576

13 0.553

14 0.532

15 0.514

16 0.497

17 0.482

18 0.468

19 0.456

20 0.444

21 0.433

22 0.423

23 0.413

24 0.404

25 0.396

26 0.388

27 0.381

28 0.374

29 0.367

30 0.361

n

Answer #1

correlation r='Sxy/(√Sxx*Syy) = |
-0.2135 |

0.05 level,two tail test and n-2= 8 df, critical r=0.632 |

since correlation coefficient absolute value is less than critical value , we can not use regression for prediction

**predicted stock return for a company whose CEO made $15
million =average y value =17.2 million**

**predicted stock return for a company whose CEO made $25
million =17.2 million**

please get the right answer!!! thumbs down!!
The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly
selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009.
Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of
requals=negative 0.2200.
What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO
made $15 million? What would be the predicted stock return for a
company whose CEO made $25 million?
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The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly
selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009.
Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of r =
−0.2062. What would be the predicted stock return for a company
whose CEO made $15 million? What would be the predicted stock
return for a company whose CEO made $25 million?
Compensation ($ millions) Stock Return (%)
26.34 5.43
12.93 29.92
19.58 31.86
13.33 79.55
12.55 -8.22
11.54 2.65
26.54 ...

The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly
selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009.
Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of r equals
= −0.2260. What would be the predicted stock return for a company
whose CEO made $15 million? What would be the predicted stock
return for a company whose CEO made $25 million?
Compensation ($ millions) Stock Return (%)
25.97 5.98
12.55 30.83
19.42 31.48
13.25 79.72
12.68 -8.12
12.11 2.38...

The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly
selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009.
Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of
=-0.2257
What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO
made $15 million? What would be the predicted stock return for a
company whose CEO made $25 million?
Data
Compensation ($ millions)
Stock Return (%)
25.88
6.34
12.54
29.96
19.66
31.35
13.09
79.73
12.47
-8.23
11.62
3.02
26.71
4.23...

Compensation
(millions of dollars)
Stock
Return (%)
26.81
5.58
12.82
30.26
19.64
31.47
13.14
79.88
12.37
-8.24
12.07
2.82
25.87
4.39
14.86
10.88
17.16
4.26
14.63
11.98
The given data represent the total compensation for 10 randomly
selected CEOs and their company's stock performance in 2009.
Analysis of this data reveals a correlation coefficient of
requals=negative 0.2209−0.2209.
What would be the predicted stock return for a company whose CEO
made $25 million?

The accompanying data represent the total compensation for 12
randomly selected chief executive officers (CEOs) and the
company's stock performance. Use the data to complete parts (a)
through (d). LOADING... Click the icon to view the data table.
(a) Treating compensation as the explanatory variable, x, use
technology to determine the estimates of beta 0 and beta 1. The
estimate of beta 1 is nothing. (Round to three decimal places as
needed.) Enter your answer in the answer box and...

The accompanying data represent the total compensation for 12
randomly selected chief executives officers(CEO) and the company's
stock performance in a recent year
Company Compensation($mil)Stock Return(%)
Company A 14.56 75.49
Company B 4.09 63.96
Company C 7.07 142.03
Company D 1.04 32.66
Company E 1.91 10.63
Company F 3.76 30.69
Company G 12.03 0.78
Company H 7.63 69.43
Company I 8.47 58.66
Company J 4.06 55.91
Company k 20.92 24.31
Company L 6.67 32.25
(a). One would think that a...

The accompanying data represent the total compensation for 12
randomly selected chief executive officers (CEO) and the
company's stock performance in a recent year.
Company Compensation ($mil) Stock Return
(%)
Company A 14.54 75.47
Company B 4.09 64.03
Company C 7.08 142.05
Company D 1.09 32.73
Company E 1.93 10.65
Company F 3.77 30.63
Company G 12.01 0.77
Company H 7.63 69.37
Company I 8.42 58.72
Company J 4.08 55.97
Company K 20.93 24.26
Company L 6.67 32.19
(a) One...

Question:
The accompanying data represent the total compensation for 12
randomly selected chief executive officers (CEO) and the
company's stock performance in a recent year. Complete parts (a)
through (d) below.
Company Compensation
($mil) Stock Return (%)
Company
A 14.58 75.45
Company
B 4.07 63.99
Company
C 7.08 142.06
Company
D 1.07 32.69
Company
E 1.98 10.68
Company
F 3.79 30.69
Company
G 12.07
0.72
Company
H 7.56 69.43
Company
I 8.47 58.75
Company
J 4.05 55.95
Company
K 20.85 24.33
Company
L 6.66 32.25
(a) One would think that a higher stock return
would lead to a higher compensation. Based on this, what would...

The accompanying data represent the total compensation for 12
randomly selected chief executive officers (CEO) and the
company's stock performance in a recent year. Complete parts (a)
through (d) below.
Company
Compensation ($mil)
Stock Return (%)
Company A
14.5514.55
75.4475.44
Company B
4.094.09
64.0464.04
Company C
7.127.12
142.09142.09
Company D
1.051.05
32.6932.69
Company E
1.971.97
10.6610.66
Company F
3.723.72
30.6130.61
Company G
12.0112.01
0.720.72
Company H
7.567.56
69.4569.45
Company I
8.438.43
58.7558.75
Company J
4.044.04
55.9855.98
Company K
20.9220.92
24.2924.29...

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