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95 indicates:

√ almost perfect negative linear correlation

a non-linear relationship

no linear correlation

Hell, if I know

-Find the estimate for the population slope given the attached Excel Output.

regressionquizoutput1.htm

1.8

343.39

√ .0029

332.008

none of the above

regressionquizoutput1.htm

.78

a negative number

a number very close to zero

.09

√ .98

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

R Square

Adjusted R Square

Standard Error

Observations 6

ANOVA

df SS MS

Regression 1 0.607903685 0.607903685

Residual 4 0.020846315 0.005211579

Total 5 0.62875

Intercept 1.799069984 0.153403661

GMAT 0.002912113 0.000269635

A graduate school wants to try to predict GPA based on GMAT score. A random sample

of 6 students was selected. The data was place into Excel. Partial regression output is

shown above.

-Given the attached file, is the regression statistically significant at the .05 level?

regressionquizoutput1.htm

√ Yes

No

Not enough information to determine

Don't pick this one. Wanted three options.

Regression Statistics

Multiple R

R Square

Adjusted R Square

Standard Error

Observations 6

ANOVA

df SS MS

Regression 1 0.607903685 0.607903685

Residual 4 0.020846315 0.005211579

Total 5 0.62875

Intercept 1.799069984 0.153403661

GMAT 0.002912113 0.000269635

A graduate school wants to try to predict GPA based on GMAT score. A random sample

of 6 students was selected. The data was place into Excel. Partial regression output is

shown above.

-The coefficient of determination, r2, has which one of the following properties?

(Note: r2 means "r squared". Superscripts are not possible in BlackBoard.)

is always negative

applies to any relationship between x and y

is a ratio of unexplained variation to explained variation

has the same sign as the slope of the regression line

√ ranges from zero to one

-When testing H0: b0 = 01, against H1: b1 not equal to 0, failing to reject thenull

hypothesis means what?

there is evidence of a relationship between x and y, but it is not linear

the relationship between x and y is an inverse one

√ there is not a linear relationship between x and y

there is a linear relationship between x and y

When there is no linear correlation between two variables, what will the value of r be?

Answer

1

√ 0

1

a very small negative number

-An assumption in linear regression is that the error terms are normally distributed with

mean zero and constant variance.

√ True

False

Answer

True

√ False

dependent variable,Y, that is explained its linear relationship with the independent

variable X.

√ True

False

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