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Given the following data, 1) how do you make Excel create a scatter diagram for you? 2) If you were to draw a line through the points, how straight would the line be? 3) What is the coefficient of determination - r2 for this data, and more importantly, 4) what does it mean?

# Employees # Orders received
1 12
2 10
4 9
3 11
5 12
4 15

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The expert examines an Excel scatter plot diagram.

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Enter the data in excel. select all the data and hit chart icon.
<br>Select chart type to be scatter ...

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