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Data Analysis Using Regression

Is the number of games won by a major league baseball team in a season related to the team's batting average? The information in the following table found in the Baseball Almanac (2003), shows the number of games won and the team batting averages for the 14 teams in the American League for the 2002 Major League Baseball season.

ALWINS

Team Games Won Batting Average
New York 103 0.275
Toronto 78 0.261
Baltimore 67 0.246
Boston 93 0.277
Tampa Bay 55 0.253
Cleveland 74 0.249
Detroit 55 0.248
Chicago 81 0.268
Kansas City 62 0.256
Minnesota 94 0.272
Anaheim 99 0.282
Texas 72 0.269
Seattle 93 0.275
Oakland 103 0.261

Carry out a complete analysis of this data using simple regression.

Solution Summary

Solution attaches an Excel and Word document to perform full regression analysis of baseball games won and batting averages.

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