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# Question 2: 2 Managers ranked 12 workers for a raise. Workers Manager A Ranking Manager B Ranking 1 6 11 2 10 5 3 2 7 4 1 3 5 5 4 6 11 12 7 4 2 8 3 6...

Question 2: 2 Managers ranked 12 workers for a raise.

Workers

Manager A Ranking

Manager B Ranking

1 6 11

2 10 5

3 2 7

4 1 3

5 5 4

6 11 12

7 4 2

8 3 6

9 7 1

10 12 10

11 9 8

12 8 9

1.    The spearman rank correlation coefficient (rs) is

a.    0.47

b.    0.30

c.     0.52

d.    134

e.    0.09

2.         ts is

a.    0.47

b.    0.30

c.     0.52

d.    134

e.    0.09

3.    The value of the test statistic z is

a.    0.30

b.    1.30

c.     1.74

d.    2.74

e.    2.88

4.    The p-value is

a.    0.039

b.    0.002

c.     0.409

d.    0.082

e.    2.88

5.    Using a: 0.05: what is your conclusion on how manager a and manager b rank their twelve workers?

a.    since the p-value is less than .05, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are correlated.

b.    since the p-value is less than .05, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are not correlated.

c.     since the p-value is greater than .05, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are correlated.

d.    since the p-value is greater than .05, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are not correlated.

e.    Are independent and cannot compared to be echother.

6.    Using a: 0.1, what is your conclusion on how manager a and manager b rank their twelve workers?

a.    since the p-value is less than .1, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are correlated.

b.    since the p-value is less than .1, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are not correlated.

c.     since the p-value is greater than .1, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are correlated.

d.    since the p-value is greater than .1, we can conclude that the ranking of the twelve employees by manager a and b are not correlated.

e.    Are independent and cannot compared to be echother.

5. Using a: nos: what isyour conclusion on how manager sand manager 1: rank
theLr twelve workers?
a. since the p-valne is less Than .IIIIE. we can conclude that The ranking of the twelve employeeshy managera and h are oorrelated.
h. since the p-valne is less man .IIIIE. we can conclude that The ranking of the twelve employeeshy managera and h are not correlated. c. since the p-valne is greater than .DE. we can conclude that theranlclng
ofthe twelve employees by manager a and h are correlated d. since the p-valne is greater than .05. we can conclude that theranldng
ofthe twelve employees by manager a and h are not correlated. e. Are independent and cannot compared toheerhother. IE. Using a: {LL what is your conclusion on how manager aandmanager I: rank
theLr twelve workers?
a. since the p-valne is less Than .1J we can conclude That The ranking of the twelve employeeshy managera and h are oorrelated. h. since the p-valne is less Than .1J we can conclude that The ranking of
the twelve employeeshy managera and h are not correlated. c. since the p-valne is greater than .1. we can conclude that the ranlclng
ofthe twelve employees by manager a and I: are correlated d. since the p-valne is greater than .1. we can conclude that the ranking
ofthe twelve employees by manager a and h are not correlated. e. Are independent and cannot compared toheerhother.

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