Recall from Chapter 1 (see pages 30 31) that the Focus database and Focus sample contain information on the undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin

Recall from Chapter 1 (see pages 30 31) that the Focus database and Focus sample contain information on the undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin


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Recall from Chapter 1 (see pages 30-31) that the Focus database and Focus sample contain information on the undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (UWEC). Now would be a good time for you to review the discussion about these data sets. Open the Focus sample worksheet (FocusSample) in the technology of your choice and do the following. 1. Find the linear correlation coefficient between cumulative GPA and high school percentile for the 200 UWEC undergraduate students in the Focus sample. 2. Repeat part (a) for cumulative GPA and each of ACT English score, ACT math score, and ACT composite score. 3. Among the variables high school percentile, ACT English score, ACT math score, and ACT composite score, identify the one that appears to be the best predictor of...

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Recall from Chapter 1 (see pages 30 31) that the Focus database and Focus sample contain information on the undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin

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