# EXAM 4 - Exam 4 SP07 BUS 2810 50 points Name Brian Ayers...

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#6 WHAT IFDividend 20.5 Price Per share 76.17 Dividend Coefficient #5 H0: B = 0 H1: B NOT= 0 Conclusion: Reject Null Hypothesis .05 #4 There is a strong Correlation 81% between Price and dividends paid 65% of variation in Price per share can be attributed to Dividends paid Standard Error 9.68 Price per share variance Slope y = 2.4082x + 26.805 for every one dividend price per share goes up 2.4082 Slp Observation Dividend Price #1 #2 1 3.14 20 2 3.36 22.01 3 0.46 31.39 4 7.99 33.57 5 0.77 35.86 6 8.46 36.12 7 7.62 36.16 8 8.03 37.99 9 6.33 38.85 10 7.96 39.65 11 8.95 43.44 12 9.61 49.08 13 11.11 53.73 14 13.28 54.41 15 10.22 55.1 16 9.53 57.06 17 12.6 57.4 18 10.43 58.3 19 7.97 59.51 20 9.19 60.6 21 16.5 64.01 #3 SUMMARY OUTPUT 22 16.1 64.66 23 13.76 64.74 Regression Statistics 24 10.54 64.95 Multiple R 0.81 <----- Coefficient of Correlation 25 21.15 66.43 R Square 0.66 <----- Coefficient of Determination 26 14.3 68.18 Adjusted R Square 0.65 27 24.42 69.56 Standard Error 9.68 28 11.54 74.9 Observations 30 29 17.65 77.91 30 17.36 80 ANOVA df SS MS F Significance F Regression 1 5057.55 5057.55 53.94 0 Residual 28 2625.17 93.76 Total 29 7682.72 Coefficients Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0%Upper 95.0% Intercept 26.81 3.92 6.83 0 18.77 34.84 18.77 34.84 Dividend 2.41 0.33 7.34 0 1.74 3.08 1.74 3.08 Problem 1 (20 points) A financial analyst is exploring the relationship between the dividend paid (independent variable) and the price per share (dependent variable). Data is presented below. 1.

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EXAM 4 - Exam 4 SP07 BUS 2810 50 points Name Brian Ayers...

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