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# The attached document, Correlations Analysis: Interpretation of SPSS Output. I

The attached document, Correlations Analysis: Interpretation of SPSS Output. I have gathered information that I hope is helpful

Review the Week 6 Correlations Exercises SPSS Output provided in this week’s Learning Resources.
Review the Learning Resources on how to interpret correlation results to determine the relationship between variables.
Consider the results presented in the SPSS output and reflect on how you might interpret the results presented.

Answer the following questions using the Week 6 Correlations Exercises SPSS Output provided in this week’s Learning Resources.

What is the strongest correlation in the matrix? (Provide the correlation value and the names of variables)
What is the weakest correlation in the matrix? (Provide the correlation value and the names of variables)
How many original correlations are present on the matrix?
What does the entry of 1.00 indicate on the diagonal of the matrix?
Indicate the strength and direction of the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and physical health component subscale.
Which variable is most strongly correlated with BMI? What is the correlational coefficient? What is the sample size for this relationship?
What is the mean and standard deviation for BMI and doctor visits?
What is the mean and standard deviation for weight and BMI?
Describe the strength and direction of the relationship between weight and BMI.
Describe the scatterplot. What information does it provide to a researcher?
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