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Remarks:

Work in teams (2 persons/team). Each team should solve a different application (with a

different database). Print the text of the application (requirements and database).

Copy the database in Excel.

Process the data in Excel (using Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and get the Output

tables.

Print the Output tables.

Write down the explanations for each requirement of the application (handwritten on

paper or typed in a Word file).

Deadline: last seminar in January.

TEAM 1

Aim of study: the relationship between the turnover value of supermarkets, number of families in

the neighborhood and commercial area of the supermarkets.

Data recorded for 30 supermarkets owned by a businessman:

Turnover value (million lei) Number of families Commercial area (hundred m2)

483 68 46

411 83 33

422 48 38

410 68 26

369 38 22

198 10 21

209 35 26

197 55 14

156 25 10

85 28 12

187 43 20

43 15 5

211 33 28

120 23 9

62 24 26

176 45 10

117 20 8

273 56 36

408 82 31

419 47 36

407 67 24

366 37 20

295 40 22

397 55 30

253 27 15

421 45 38

330 35 19

272 16 16

386 57 20

327 32 18

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 95%

confidence level? (critical value: 3,35).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,05).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percentage in the total variability of turnover value is explained by the regression

model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between the Number of families

and Turnover value. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the turnover value for a supermarket with 33 hundred m2, placed in a

neighborhood where 60 resident families live.

TEAM 2

Aim of study: the behavior of a mobile phone company clients’ propensity to give up the

company services, depending on the average monthly bill value and the seniority in company

service.

Data recorded for 40 clients of the mobile phone company:

Propensity to give up the company The average monthly bill value Seniority in company

services (points) (lei) service (years)

64,12 69,06 1,26

64,85 81,09 2,2

68,48 82,23 2,58

58,77 85,59 3,45

83,45 172,78 1,38

60,77 50,85 3,23

57,48 78,82 2,75

71,99 93 1,44

56,79 46,26 3,25

53,69 62,45 4,49

55,66 49,77 3,45

54,84 60,34 3,13

63,72 47,9 2,42

78,29 162,64 1,23

62,23 59,45 2,28

61,65 70,17 2,1

73,47 170,86 1,57

66,03 84,55 2,1

63,96 59,33 3,36

56,65 70,68 3,2

60,47 58,89 3,87

71,47 72,38 1,6

71,04 69,78 3,02

67,39 61,74 2,52

70,94 100,93 1,38

62,74 65,21 2,4

51,09 84,49 4,36

64,98 48,43 2,5

68,06 98,12 3,02

66,04 71,42 2,66

61,12 69,4 2,67

66,41 56,23 2,96

59,25 55,03 2,96

70,41 65,83 1,18

77,37 184,14 1,46

62,63 37 3,3

61,02 51,95 1,92

72,11 166,92 1,34

56,81 44,72 2,51

52,65 61,93 3,42

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 95%

confidence level? (critical value: 3,25).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,026).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. Compute and interpret the coefficient of determination.

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Find out the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain the main

diagonal values.

h. Predict the propensity to give up the company services for a client with 4 years seniority

in the company service and a 65 lei monthly bill.

TEAM 3

Aim of study: the relationship between the number of TV sets owned by the clients of an

electrical household appliances store, household size and the average monthly income.

Data recorded for 25 clients:

(hundred lei/pers.) Household size (persons) sets

107 3 3

109 1 3

112 1 2

118 1 3

137 2 3

19 1 1

19 2 1

19 8 1

20 2 1

22 2 1

24 1 1

30 3 1

31 2 1

37 7 1

40 1 1

42 1 1

43 2 1

46 2 1

49 3 1

51 4 1

53 6 3

57 1 1

67 1 1

83 1 2

83 3 3

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Test the validity of the regression model, at 5% significance level (critical value: 3,44).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,07).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. Measure the relative influence of the household size and average monthly income on the

variability of the number of TV sets, using the coefficient of determination. What percent

in the total variability of the number of TV sets is not explained by the regression model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between the Household size and

the Number of TV sets. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the number of TV sets owned by a client with an average monthly income of 75

hundred lei and which comes from a 4 person household.

TEAM 4

Aim of study: the relationship between the sales value in the previous year, advertising

expenditure and the number of competitors, for the supermarkets owned by a businessman.

Data recorded for 24 supermarkets owned by the businessman:

Number of competitors Advertising expenditure (1000s Eur) Sales value (10000s Eur)

6 2,29 8,71

1 4,9 12,07

1 5,75 12,74

5 3,61 9,82

2 4,62 11,51

2 4,69 12,23

4 6,41 11,84

1 6,47 12,25

3 3,43 11,1

5 8,39 10,97

6 2,15 8,75

6 1,54 7,75

5 2,67 10,5

5 1,24 6,71

7 1,77 7,6

3 4,46 12,46

6 1,83 8,47

2 5,15 12,27

1 7,25 12,57

6 1,72 8,87

4 3,04 11,15

3 4,92 11,86

4 4,85 11,07

5 3,13 10,38

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 99%

confidence level? (critical value: 5,78).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,83).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percent in the total variability of sales value is not explained by the regression

model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Find and display the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain

the values on the main diagonal.

h. Predict the sales value for a supermarket, if the advertising expenditures are 9.5 thousand

Eur and there are 5 other similar supermarkets in the neighborhood.

TEAM 5

Aim of study: the behavior of the menswear sales value of a clothing factory, depending on the

the number of catalogs mailed to the customers and on the amounts spent on advertising the

products manufactured.

Data recorded for 30 retail stores of the clothing factory:

Amounts spent on Menswear sales value

Number of catalogs mailed

advertising (thousand $) (thousand $)

2859,83 4358 11857,59

2864,37 3835 9516,91

3439,25 3565 10074,24

2714,54 4589 19504,5

2229,45 2978 11357,92

2742,65 3290 10605,95

2797,87 3029 16998,57

2894,97 2752 6563,75

2264,23 3685 6607,69

2721,06 2847 9839

2663,30 2881 9398,32

3037,50 3121 10395,53

2679,48 2811 11663,13

3280,81 3706 12805,22

2858,97 3811 13636,25

3873,87 5309 22849,01

2272,37 3081 12325,8

2491,25 3378 8273,58

2991,75 3586 10061,19

2091,15 3438 11497,76

2690,29 3589 10363,16

2607,92 3565 10194,68

3595,73 3526 8401,24

2541,60 3978 13642,89

2677,76 3761 12772,63

3074,56 3512 14539,47

2592,98 3697 14927,35

2572,16 6120 19170,12

2649,64 4115 11771,4

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 5%

significance level? (critical value: 3,35).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,05).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percent in the total variability of sales value is not explained by the regression

model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between Number of catalogs

mailed and Menswear sales value. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in

Excel).

h. Predict the sales value for a retail store, if the amount spent on advertising was 4000

thousand $ and there were 5000 catalogs mailed to the customers.

TEAM 6

Aim of study: the relationship between the seniority at current job, household income and debt on

the credit-card for a bank customers.

Data recorded for 30 customers of the bank, randomly drawn:

Household income (lei) Seniority at current job (years) Credit-card debt (lei)

12240 23 200,6

10370 6 95,2

4420 0 17

8840 22 195,5

7310 17 100,3

4420 3 73,1

4590 8 68

2720 1 40,8

5440 0 363,8

11730 9 120,7

10880 25 161,5

9860 12 523,6

6290 2 34

27720 16 1731,2

5170 11 231,2

9350 15 146,2

20300 15 452,2

4760 2 304,3

4250 5 66,3

11390 20 651,1

6460 12 22,1

3230 3 231,2

4250 0 472,6

2720 0 30,6

3910 4 42,5

10880 24 668,1

4930 6 292,4

17000 22 629

8330 9 139,4

6970 13 496,4

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 1%

significance level? (critical value: 5,48).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,77).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percent in the total variability of credit-card debt is explained by the regression

model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Find the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain the main

diagonal values.

h. Predict the credit-card debt for a customer with 15 years seniority at the current job and a

household income of 7500 lei.

TEAM 7

Aim of study: the relationship between the sales value of mobile phones, the number of phone

lines opened for customers’ orders and the number of service units.

Data recorded for 30 mobile phone stores:

Sales value of mobile phones

opened for customers’ Number of service units

(thousand $)

orders

26 20789,67 27

28 37427,02 31

21 37578,38 33

24 34424,09 23

24 47208,79 28

34 16578,93 20

29 18236,13 20

24 43393,55 26

20 30908,49 22

17 28701,58 21

30 29647,57 23

28 31141,51 22

27 31177,31 20

35 30672,37 15

25 37633,38 20

30 33890,92 16

45 51378 29

35 18103,06 22

20 20979,5 28

25 34503,12 28

35 26783,96 22

28 31790,15 24

25 32432,74 25

24 37180,05 28

32 29658,85 19

28 33238,46 18

33 35679,33 20

34 37238,87 26

29 46766,94 30

30 21752,78 27

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 10%

significance level? (critical value: 2,51).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 1,703).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. To what extent the total variability of sales value is explained by the regression model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between Sales value and

Number of service units. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the sales value if there are 30 service units and 40 phone lines opened for

customers’ orders.

TEAM 8

Aim of study: the behavior of Number of visits to health care providers (rate per 10,000

inhabitants), depending on the Health care funding (amount per 100 inhabitants) and Reported

diseases (rate per 10,000 inhabitants).

Data recorded for 20 towns, in the previous year:

Reported diseases (rate per

providers (rate per (amount per 100

10,000 inhabitants)

10,000 inhabitants) inhabitants)

181,62 182,9 212,44

205,51 197,09 198,9

167,09 163,86 174,25

192,71 192,3 212,07

165,02 172,03 149,45

152,13 155,33 158,34

167,84 177,34 157,23

162,21 165,09 162,92

146,69 154,28 130,59

186,93 185,56 202,81

188,16 186,96 221,43

195,39 198,63 189,22

175,5 172,14 166,42

197,04 198,25 203,07

190,16 193,9 198,57

156,47 157,03 161,79

159,21 158,07 168,82

185,65 182,09 180,41

176,5 173,2 178,52

156,97 151,84 157,77

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Test the significance (validity) of the regression model, at 5% significance level (critical

value: 3,59).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,11).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. To what extent the total variability of Visits to health care providers is explained by the

regression model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Obtain the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain the values

on the main diagonal.

h. Predict the visits to health care providers if the health care funding amounted 200 units

per 100 inhabitants and there were reported 210 diseases cases per 10000 inhabitants.

TEAM 9

Aim of study: the behavior of Sale price of houses, depending on the Number of days beween

announcing the house sale and closing the deal, on one hand and on Living area, on the other

hand.

Data recorded for 25 houses, sold by a real estate agency:

Sale price (thousand Number of days beween announcing the house sale House living

dollars) and closing the deal area (m2)

274 85 244

265 61 151

254 1 247

229 13 158

250 16 209

335 91 298

321 54 261

300 13 306

325 96 282

210 18 210

416 62 411

342 18 394

347 133 365

284 103 250

290 104 259

294 46 366

235 74 233

250 10 185

290 13 269

247 34 289

232 15 290

278 66 240

222 73 162

265 55 218

300 85 273

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 95%

confidence level? (critical value: 3,44).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,074).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percent in the total variability of selling price is determined by the influence of the

two explanatory variables?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between Sale price and House

living area. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the selling price of a house with 300 m2, which was sold after 50 days since the

sale announcement.

TEAM 10

Aim of study: the behavior of extra weight, depending on the number of cigarettes smoked per

day (over past 30 days) and on the age when first smoked a cigarette.

Data recorded for 30 smokers randomly drawn:

Extra weight (kg)

cigarette (years) per day past 30 days

0,797 11 14

1,603 15 11

1,262 17 17

1,370 15 17

0,806 15 19

1,012 16 15

0,391 16 2

1,509 15 16

0,810 13 5

1,356 18 7

0,484 15 17

0,450 15 1

0,699 13 15

0,650 17 1

1,018 14 16

6,598 16 6

1,830 11 8

0,659 16 16

0,770 16 5

0,730 12 9

2,365 11 22

1,127 14 17

0,969 16 19

1,178 17 21

0,909 14 18

1,443 17 17

0,752 21 8

1,430 22 20

0,816 15 20

0,890 11 3

1,831 19 16

2,218 19 8

2,573 16 10

1,349 17 11

1,978 14 15

1,178 13 3

2,262 13 4

2,339 41 7

0,509 21 13

3,170 15 15

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 90%

confidence level? (critical value: 2,45).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 1,687).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. Compute and interpret the coefficient of determination.

f. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between the three variables,

using an appropriate statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Get the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain the values on

the main diagonal.

h. Predict a person’s extra weight, if he started to smoke when he was 15 years old and used

to smoke 3 cigarettes per days in the last 30 days.

TEAM 11

Aim of study: the behavior of additional income earned by employees after graduating a training

course, depending on their age and household size.

Data recorded for 35 employees randomly selected:

5,679 28 2

3,679 29 2

4,679 29 2

10,679 31 4

6,679 30 4

8,679 29 3

6,679 29 4

14,679 33 3

12,679 30 2

3,679 28 2

3,679 29 6

11,679 30 2

9,679 29 2

9,679 31 2

14,679 32 2

12,679 30 2

9,679 31 2

13,679 31 2

10,679 32 4

10,679 29 3

3,679 32 3

3,679 31 4

16,679 32 3

4,679 31 6

2,679 31 2

5,679 30 4

8,679 29 4

5,679 30 3

4,679 31 4

9,679 29 3

11,679 31 2

10,679 32 2

9,679 32 2

7,679 31 5

5,679 30 3

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 95%

confidence level? (critical value: 3,3).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,037).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. Compute and interpret the coefficient of determination.

f. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between the three variables,

using an appropriate statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between Additional income and

Household size. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the additional income that might be earned by an employee aged 35, whose

household includes 4 persons.

TEAM 12

Aim of study: the behavior of monthly income depending on work experience and expertise level

(ranging from 1 to 40), for a company employees.

Data recorded for 40 employees:

2650 3 12

2280 1 8

3420 18 25

4180 15 32

2920 6 17

2500 2 15

4430 12 35

3220 12 20

5410 22 38

3240 7 22

2860 5 16

2940 4 19

2740 6 14

2370 4 10

3510 21 27

4270 18 34

3010 9 19

2590 5 17

4520 15 37

3310 15 22

5500 25 40

3330 10 24

2950 8 18

3030 7 21

2774 8 15

2404 6 11

3544 23 28

4304 20 35

3044 11 20

2624 7 18

4554 17 38

3344 17 23

5534 27 41

3364 12 25

2984 10 19

3064 9 22

4550 16 40

4557 16 35

3000 10 19

3100 12 23

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Is there enough evidence to conclude that the regression model is valid, at 95%

confidence level? (critical value: 3,25).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,026).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. What percent in the total variability of monthly income is not explained by the regression

model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Analyze the direction and the strength of the relationship between Monthly income and

Work experience. Use correlation coefficient (“CORREL” function in Excel).

h. Predict the monthly income of an employee with 15 years work experience and an

expertise level of 25.

TEAM 13

Aim of study: the relationship between the insured persons’ intelligence (measured by the score

obtained in an intelligence test), age (years old) and the number of major car crashes, over the

last 10 years.

Data recorded for 50 clients of an auto insurance company:

77 23 2

88 35 1

89 26 1

87 25 0

66 28 2

50 31 1

89 23 1

65 31 3

55 31 5

78 27 1

66 26 3

68 33 3

69 27 3

45 30 5

66 34 0

78 29 2

56 24 1

70 26 2

62 25 3

60 27 3

80 27 1

60 22 4

65 29 3

87 24 0

82 25 1

66 33 3

40 40 0

56 37 6

78 31 4

90 32 3

74 31 2

87 38 1

68 34 1

80 31 0

66 28 3

80 31 1

89 30 1

88 34 1

82 34 1

86 32 0

70 35 2

81 32 1

91 35 0

67 33 2

68 39 2

81 34 1

45 30 6

79 31 1

66 33 2

60 28 3

Process the data in Excel (Data/Data Analysis/Regression) and answer the following questions:

a. Identify the variables, the linear regression equation and interpret the partial regression

coefficients.

b. Test the validity of the regression model, at 5% significance level (critical value: 3,195).

c. Test the significance of the model parameters (critical value: 2,012).

d. Find and interpret the confidence intervals for the model parameters.

e. Measure the relative influence of the insured persons’ intelligence and age on the

variability of the number of car accidents, using the coefficient of determination. What

percent in the total variability of the number of car accidents is not explained by the

regression model?

f. Measure the strength of the relationship between the three variables, using an appropriate

statistical indicator. Test its significance.

g. Get the Correlation Matrix (use Data/Data Analysis/Correlation). Explain the values on

the main diagonal.

h. Predict the number of car accidents for a client aged 25, who obtined 60 points at the

intelligence test.

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