The Coefficient of Determination is generally measured as a percentage. If it is 95% then the statement would read as :
95% of the variation of the dependent variable (y variable), can be explained by the variation in the independent variable (x variable)
94% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
94% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
89% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
89% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
There relationship between attendance and pushups is non-linear
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91% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
91% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
82% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
82% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
The relationship between attendance at training and pushups is non-linear
94% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
94% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
89% of the variation in his push up count can be explained by the number of weeks he has attended training
89% of the variation in his weekly attendance explained by the variation in his push-up count
There relationship between attendance and pushups is non-linear
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