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    Hypothesis testing for population proportions




    I posted these question a couple of night ago and zi did not get a respond.
    AS CEO my interested in the relatonsipof funds expended in research and corporation profit. the result are p=.0013 and r=.91.

    What is the independent and depenndent variable?

    What are the hypotheses?

    What is the decision?

    What percent of the variance in profit is accounted for by the variation spent on research?

    What percent of the variance i profit is accounted for by the varaition spent on the research?

    If some one could help me with these question I need the answer before 12 noon tomorrow. Thank in advance for you help and cooperation.

    Rojo

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    Yes you did get a response - here is a link to it:

    http://www.talkstats.com/statistics/...ch-profit.html

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