Thanks in advance for any help or advice on this! I know very little about statistics, but I have performed a multiple regression analysis in Minitab, and have my results in front of me. The problem is, I am not certain on what I am looking at. A statistics primer that I read says that if the p value is less than .3 but greater than 0, then there is a weak correlation, if it is greater than .3 but less than .7 then there is a moderate correlation, and if it is greater than .7 then there is a strong correlation. Given that information (if it is even correct), would I be right in saying that the below results are telling me that there is a moderate correlation for each of the variables, with the exception of variable #2, which shows a very strong correlation?

Predictor Coef SE Coef T P

Constant 42.75 12.68 3.37 0.002

1 -0.2026 0.1966 -1.03 0.310

2 0.0118 0.2233 0.05 0.958

3 0.1259 0.2344 0.54 0.595

4 0.1969 0.2669 0.74 0.466

Also, what exactly is the ANOVA telling me?

Analysis of Variance

Source DF SS MS F P

Regression 4 599.0 149.7 0.37 0.828

Residual Error 33 13348.4 404.5

Total 37 13947.4

Again, I appreciate any help on this. Thanks a bunch!