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Unformatted text preview: Project 2 Due Jul 7 at 11:59pm Time Limit 30 Minutes Points 10 Questions 5 Allowed Attempts Unlimited Available Jun 27 at 12am ­ Jul 7 at 11:59pm 11 days Instructions Click here for Project 2 Data Project 2 Data­1.pdf or go to home page Take the Quiz Again Attempt History Attempt Time Score KEPT Attempt 6 3 minutes 6 out of 10 LATEST Attempt 6 3 minutes 6 out of 10 Attempt 5 2 minutes 4 out of 10 Attempt 4 less than 1 minute 2 out of 10 Attempt 3 less than 1 minute 0 out of 10 Attempt 2 less than 1 minute 2 out of 10 Attempt 1 3 minutes 2 out of 10 Correct answers are hidden. Score for this attempt: 6 out of 10 Submitted Jul 7 at 10:40pm This attempt took 3 minutes. Question 1 This model is best described as univariate regression bivariate cross­sectional simple regression time trend analysis 2 / 2 pts Question 2 2 / 2 pts The correlation (r) is smudged in the computer output. Calculate the correlation from information on the Residual Error line of the computer output. r = .08 r = .008 r = 8.8 r = .88 Incorrect Question 3 0 / 2 pts The standard error of the estimate (SEE) is smudged in the computer output. Calculate the SEE from information on the Residual Error line of the computer output. SEE = $26 SEE = $49 SEE = $144 SEE = $288 Question 4 2 / 2 pts To capture the actual price of gold 68% of the time, Thing 1 predictions from the fitted equation would include a margin of error of about plus or minus ______ (round to the nearest dollar). $26 $52 $144 $288 Incorrect Question 5 0 / 2 pts Based on the regression equation, the price of gold increased on average by approximately $___ per ounce for a $150 billion increase in the monetary base (round to the nearest dollar). Quiz Score: 6 out of 10 ...
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  • 3 minutes, $52, $49, 11 days, $150 billion, 5  2 minutes

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