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patients despite the demanding activities at work. Regression Model For Predicting Job Satisfaction = Job Satisfaction = 49.77571 + 0.44632 * Years In Shift Work Schedule + 0.37912 * Annual Salary In Thousands - 0.16395 * Age - 0.66836 * Years Of Education DETAILED RESULTS AND ANALYSIS The table above indicates the outcome of the Regression…

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assumptions to test before the analysis starts. First of all, regression assumes that variables have normal distributions. Although most of variables show distributions close to normal, the small amount of variable that shows abnormal distributions is analyzed by the another statistical method. Moreover, assumption of a linear relationship between the independent and dependent variables is necessary because standard multiple regression can only accurately estimate the linear relationship. The…

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of the observed variables are perfect, meaning normality of residuals, equality of the variance, independency of the error terms, and linearity are met (Bollen & Jackman, 1990). So the constructs or variables that are measured using the multiple regression method should be relatively clear. For example, Haumann et al. (2014), in their study, used 20 control variables to get more accurate effects of the variables in the model by controlling the excluded (from the model) variables’ influence on…

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would have lower wages. Corruption in government is seemingly always present in our world. This paper will try to determine if there is a correlation between a country’s perceived corruption and the monthly disposable income its workers earn with regression analysis. It is this paper’s goal to present empirical evidence and to provide a reason as to why some countries’ wages for workers on average are lower than some of their global counterparts. One component of the world that has not…

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3.12: Data Analysis process Overall, the objective of the research analysis is to try to answer the research questions formulated in Chapter 1. Accordingly, a conceptual framework and propositions have been developed from these questions, and justified in the literature review section. Therefore, the data analysis will be pursued to gather evidence pertaining to the several concepts identified. Quantitative data from the questiormaire survey will be analyzed by utilizing the Statistical…

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other factors, in this data set. The dependent variable and each of the independent variables should be analyzed so that the variability in each relationship of the dependent variable to the independent variables is clear. The estimated multiple regression equation for sale price based on all of the variables, excluding destination, is: estimated fare (in \$) = 65.975 +.057*distance-.035*avg passenger +90.004*mkt share +.681(if 2012) +.312(if 2013) +10.058(if 2014). The estimated equation does…

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more molecules in the path of the light. Additionally, this could scatter the light and raise the numbers even more. Equation 2 shows this to be true; as ι increases, so would the absorbance. These would end up with a steeper (larger) slope on the regression…

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C’mon Back Restaurant in Puerto Rico has been in operation for three years and has been a popular destination for tourists and locals in the country. To better forecast future sales and plan for future growth proprietor Theotis Jones has provided the following sales data analysis and develop a forecasting model. C’mon Back Restaurant has seen a 6% growth year over year in the first three years of operation. This is see in the adjacent chart of yearly sales per year. Looking over the data…

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and children aged between 6-39 months and tried to find the effect of the length of birth interval on them. Their study was based on two districts of Bangladesh named Sirajgonj and Gopalpur. They analyzed the data by cross tabulation and logistic regression. Their findings indicated that the chances of malnourished children rise with the reduction in birth intervals. Also, the proportion of malnourished children increased with the number of older surviving children. Also, maternal education,…

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Raw class data between scaling variables and maximum jumping performance were recorded in Table 1. These combined results were then studied using both the regression and correlation analysis methods to predict which morphological traits (body size, mass, muscle length and muscle circumference) determined the source of variation in toad locomotor performance; with the longest jump distance of the toads as the dependent variables and the various scaling variables as the independent variables. Then…

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