## Question

###### Explain what the R-squared in this regression means: Choose the correct answer below:0 A. 88.99 of the variation in the job growth in 2010 is accounted for by the job growth in 2012. 0 B Overall, the job growth in 2012 is 88.9% of the job growth in 2010. 88.9% of the variation in the job growth in 2012 is accounted for by the job growth in 2010. 0D. Overall, the job growth in 2010 is 88.9% of the job growth in 2012.d) Do these results indicate that; in general, companies with a higher job growth

Explain what the R-squared in this regression means: Choose the correct answer below: 0 A. 88.99 of the variation in the job growth in 2010 is accounted for by the job growth in 2012. 0 B Overall, the job growth in 2012 is 88.9% of the job growth in 2010. 88.9% of the variation in the job growth in 2012 is accounted for by the job growth in 2010. 0D. Overall, the job growth in 2010 is 88.9% of the job growth in 2012. d) Do these results indicate that; in general, companies with a higher job growth in 2010 had a higher job growth in 2012? Explain OA. Yes because there is significant evidence of a linear relationship with negative slope_ 0 B No, because there is insufficient evidence of a linear relationship_ No, because there is insufficient evidence of linear relationship, but the slope is negative. Yes_ because there is significant evidence of a linear relationship with a positive slope: