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Instructions

1.Downloadthe assignment template
2.review the steps for this assignment.
3.Once you have reviewed the steps, complete the problems and questions as presented.
4.Show your work using your statistical program output.
5. There are two deliverables you must submit this week:

1st deliverable:SPSS output file or manual calculations: Submit the SPSS output file in PDF form, or you can scan your work and submit it as a low-resolution graphic.
2nd deliverable:Word document: Submit a Word file answering the questions asked in the assignment. Describe the results in APA style incorporating relevant tables and figures formatted in APA style.

PSY-7104 Statistics I

Week 10 Assignment

Bill wants to explore factors affecting work stress. He would like to examine the relationship between age, number of years at the workplace, perceived social support, and work stress. He collects data on the variables from 100 employees (males and females) working in banks.

The research question is
How accurately can work stress be predicted from linear combination of the predictors (age, social support, number of years at the workplace)?

Conduct a multiple regression analysis to answer the following questions:
1. State the hypothesis for this study.
2. What is the relationship of age, number of years, and social support with work stress?
3. Is the regression significant? If yes, what does it indicate?
4. What is the regression equation for all the predictors?
5. Write a results section based on your analysis that answers the research question.

Submit the SPSS output file in a PDF to show the work you have done. Also submit a separate Word file describing the results in APA. Incorporate relevant table(s) and figure/graph(s) in the Word document formatted in APA style.

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Diamonds

AGE No of YRS Social Support Work stress

25 2 23 11

29 5 29 10

43 20 20 26

44 20 15 24

50 19 9 31

49 20 22 33

50 21 11 34

53 22 12 32

24 1 29 15

35 7 25 26

33 5 21 24

27 2 30 23

51 25 8 31

49 22 13 28

45 21 16 25

24 1 29 10

39 10 25 23

24 1 30 11

27 3 23 18

29 4 28 14

40 13 13 23

41 16 25 25

49 20 21 23

60 33 14 30

59 30 12 33

62 33 10 29

55 20 18 27

28 3 26 12

29 4 24 14

30 4 25 27

31 5 23 24

32 4 27 33

39 5 23 29

34 3 21 22

35 6 25 23

46 8 20 33

57 29 20 33

30 4 26 26

49 13 17 33

40 16 25 28

32 5 29 21

42 17 21 26

53 24 14 29

44 16 22 25

25 1 30 19

28 2 27 20

47 20 19 28

58 25 19 30

59 25 16 29

50 20 21 30

41 15 25 29

32 4 22 21

53 27 17 29

44 20 21 26

55 30 20 27

56 29 20 29

37 20 26 23

58 30 15 30

59 30 12 31

60 33 14 30

61 32 18 29

32 9 24 24

33 7 21 27

24 1 24 11

45 18 21 25

66 39 23 30

43 17 26 26

42 16 9 22

39 10 20 24

50 25 12 30

61 32 14 31

52 25 17 29

33 5 21 23

44 15 20 30

55 26 16 26

46 20 23 24

37 9 21 21

28 4 26 20

38 9 21 21

60 35 15 27

41 17 21 25

32 9 26 21

24 1 24 14

27 2 25 12

33 5 23 22

39 7 21 29

41 16 21 28

40 15 19 27

48 15 21 30

50 25 20 31

51 25 20 32

60 32 24 30

33 9 26 28

44 20 22 29

28 3 21 16

36 9 24 23

35 7 21 25

48 20 27 25

45 17 25 26

61 33 25 30

Legend

Data are for 308 round-cut diamonds, taken from a newspaper ad

Data were obtained from the Journal of Statistics Education data archive

IDNO – an identification number for each data point

WEIGHT – weight of the diamond, in carats

COLOR – degree of color purity in the diamond

“D” represents top color purity grade

Lesser grades are “E”, “F”, and so on, through the alphabet

CLARITY – diamond clarity (presence or absence of minute flaws)

“IF” means “internally flawless” – the top grade. No flaws visible under 10-power magnification

Other grades in descending order:

“VVS1” and “VVS2” for “very very slightly imperfect”

“VS1” and “VS2” for “very slightly imperfect”

RATER – the diamond was evaluated by one of three independent rating agencies

“GIA” – Gemmological Institute of America (based in New York)

“IGI” – International Gemmological Institute (Antwerp)

“HRD” – Hoge Raad Voor Diamant (Antwerp)

PRICE – in Singapore dollars

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