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1. You want to determine whether knowing a student's final grade helps to predict how

that student will evaluate their teacher. You ask 12 students to assign their math

teacher a numeric grade between 0 and 100. You also record each student's final

grade. You collect the following data:

Student Grade

70

72

74

77

79

80

83

86

87

90

92

95

Teacher Evaluation

69

68

72

73

74

82

80

85

90

84

89

93

A. Construct a scatter plot for these data. Does there seem to be a linear relationship

between the two variables?

B. Use your graphing calculator to construct a least-squares regression line.

C. Create a scatter plot of the residuals against the explanatory variable. Does the

scatter plot support the assumption that the residuals are normally distributed about

the regression line? Can you continue to use regression analysis to analyze these

data?

D. What are the null and alternative hypotheses for a two-sided significance test for this

regression line?

E. Using your graphing calculator, find your test statistic and p-value for this two-sided

test.

F. What's the standard error of the slope of this regression line?

G. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the slope of the regression line.

H. Interpret the 95% confidence interval (.776, 1.2384) for the slope of the regression

line.

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2. You want to know if there's a relationship between height and armspan of ninth

grade students in your school. You collect the following data:

Armspan (cm)

Height (cm)

183

182

172

173

153

168

146

157

150

166

150

173

144

175

184

183

153

152

152

153

150

183

150

162

137

152

162

168

180

177

146

155

161

166

148

164

164

168

A. Enter your data into L1 and L2 on your graphing calculator and construct a scatter plot.

Describe the scatter plot.

B. Use your graphing calculator to construct a least-squares regression line.

C. Create a scatter plot of the residuals against the explanatory variable. Does the

scatter plot support the assumption that the residuals are normally distributed about

the regression line? Can you continue to use regression analysis with this data?

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3. You collect the following data on shoe size and length of stride for 18 ninth-grade

students in your school:

Shoe Length (in.) Stride (in.)

10.0

24.0

11.5

28.0

11.0

22.0

12.0

30.0

9.5

26.0

11.0

26.0

11.0

27.0

11.5

32.0

11.0

22.0

6.0

16.0

11.0

21.0

11.0

26.0

12.0

27.0

12.0

26.5

12.0

25.0

11.0

28.0

9.0

19.0

7.5

25.0

This is the computer output from a regression analysis of the above data:

Dependent variable is: Stride

Predictor

Coef

Constant

8.717

Shoe Len 1.5452

S = 3.049

StDev

4.828

0.4523

R-Sq = 42.2%

T

1.81

3.42

P

0.090

0.004

R-Sq(adj) = 38.6%

Analysis of Variance

Source

Regression

Residual Error

Total

DF

1

16

17

SS

108.51

148.73

257.24

Unusual Observations

ObsShoe Len Stride

Fit

10

6.0 16.000 17.988

MS

108.51

9.30

StDev Fit

2.182

F

11.67

Residual

1.988

P

0.004

St Resid

0.93 X

A. Construct the regression equation for this data from the computer output.

B. What are the test statistic and p-value for a two-sided significance test of the slope

of the regression line?

C. What is the p-value for a one-sided significance test of the slope of the regression

line?

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