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11.80( 2d . p.)

15

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0.96( 2d . p.)

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Coefficients(a)

Unstandardized

Coefficients

Model

1

(Constant)

Additional

Mathematics

score, X

a Dependent Variable: Physics score, Y

Standardized

Coefficients

B

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Std. Error

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Beta

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Sig.

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Y = b X + a

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d(iv)

Model Summary

Adjusted R

Std. Error of

R

R Square

Square

the Estimate

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4.608

a Predictors: (Constant), Additional Mathematics score, X

Model

1

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e)

Step 1: State the null and alternative hypotheses

Ho :

H1 :

Or

Ho : Additional Mathematics score is not a statistically significant predictor of Physics score.

H1 : Additional Mathematics score is a statistically significant predictor of Physics score.

Reject Ho if p < 0.05

Model Summary

Adjusted R

Std. Error of

R

R Square

Square

the Estimate

.675(a)

.456

.414

4.608

a Predictors: (Constant), Additional Mathematics score, X

Model

1

Coefficients(a)

Unstandardized

Coefficients

Model

1

(Constant)

Additional

Mathematics

score, X

a Dependent Variable: Physics score, Y

Standardized

Coefficients

B

11.830

Std. Error

14.573

.959

.291

Beta

.675

.812

Sig.

.432

3.298

.006

Step 4: Make a decision by applying the criterion for rejecting the null hypothesis

From the SPSS output, p = 0.006

(The probability of committing a Type I error that is, the likelihood of rejecting the null

hypothesis when it is true is 0.006)

Therefore, reject Ho because p < 0.05

Additional Mathematics score is a statistically significant predictor of Physics score,

t (14) = 3.298, p < .05

(That is, knowledge of Additional Mathematics scores enhances the prediction of Physics

scores)

The regression equation is as follows:

Y = 0.959 X + 11.830

Predicted Physics score = 0.959 (Additional Mathematics score) + 11.830

r 2 = 0.456

45.6% of the variance in Physics scores can be associated with (explained by) the variance in

Additional Mathematics scores.

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0.87( 2d . p.)

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0.68( 2d . p.)

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Coefficients

Model

1

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X

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Coefficients

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Std. Error

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R Square

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the Estimate

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a Predictors: (Constant), Number of hours spent studying daily, X

Model

1

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e)

Step 1: State the null and alternative hypotheses

Ho :

H1 :

Or

Ho : Number of hours spent studying daily is not a statistically significant predictor of CGPA.

H1 : Number of hours spent studying daily is a statistically significant predictor of CGPA.

Reject Ho if p < 0.01

Step 3: Carry out the analysis using SPSS

Model Summary

Adjusted R

Std. Error of

R

R Square

Square

the Estimate

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.687

.648

.5272

a Predictors: (Constant), Number of hours spent studying daily, X

Model

1

Coefficients(a)

Unstandardized

Coefficients

Model

1

(Constant)

Number of

hours spent

studying daily,

X

a Dependent Variable: CGPA, Y

Standardized

Coefficients

.876

Std. Error

.435

.676

.161

Beta

.829

t

2.013

Sig.

.079

4.191

.003

Step 4: Make a decision by applying the criterion for rejecting the null hypothesis

From the SPSS output, p = 0.003

(The probability of committing a Type I error that is, the likelihood of rejecting the null

hypothesis when it is true is 0.003)

Therefore, reject Ho because p < 0.01

Number of hours spent studying daily is a statistically significant predictor of CGPA,

t (9) = 4.191, p < .01

(That is, knowledge of number of hours spent studying daily enhances the prediction of

CGPA.)

The regression equation is as follows:

Y = 0.676 X + 0.876

Predicted CGPA = 0.676 (Number of hours spent studying daily) + 0.876

r 2 = 0.687

68.7% of the variance in CGPA can be associated with (explained by) the variance in number

of hours spent studying daily.

3a)

10

Coefficients(a)

Unstandardized

Coefficients

Model

1

(Constant)

B

27.831

Standardized

Coefficients

Std. Error

.724

Age of a car

-2.292

(year), X

a Dependent Variable: Price of a car, Y

Beta

.138

-.986

t

38.429

Sig.

.000

-16.659

.000

Y = b X + a

Y = -2.292 X + 27.831

When X = 3, Y = -2.292 (3) + 27.831

= 20.955 thousand Ringgit Malaysia

b)

Step 1: State the null and alternative hypotheses

Ho :

H1 :

Or

Ho : Age of a car is not a statistically significant predictor of the price of a car.

H1 : Age of a car is a statistically significant predictor of the price of a car.

Reject Ho if p < 0.05

Model Summary

Model

1

R

.986(a)

R Square

.972

Adjusted R

Square

.968

Std. Error of

the Estimate

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11

Coefficients(a)

Unstandardized

Coefficients

Model

1

B

(Constant)

27.831

Age of a car

-2.292

(year), X

a Dependent Variable: Price of a car, Y

Standardized

Coefficients

Std. Error

.724

Beta

.138

-.986

t

38.429

Sig.

.000

-16.659

.000

Step 4: Make a decision by applying the criterion for rejecting the null hypothesis

From the SPSS output, p = 0.000

(The probability of committing a Type I error that is, the likelihood of rejecting the null

hypothesis when it is true is 0.000)

Therefore, reject Ho because p < 0.05

Age of a car is a statistically significant predictor of the price of a car,

t (9) = -16.659, p < .05

(That is, knowledge of the age of a car enhances the prediction of the price of a car.)

The regression equation is as follows:

Y = -2.292 X + 27.831

Predicted price of a car = -2.292 (Age of a car) + 27.831

r 2 = 0.972

97.2% of the variance in the price of a car can be associated with (explained by) the variance

in the age of a car.

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