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Multiple Regression Analysis Ashita Patel Walden University RSCH 8210 1
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Part 1 Model Summary Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of the Estimate 1 .367 .134 .134 .92166 a. Predictors: (Constant), T1 Scale of math teacher’s self-efficacy, T1 Scale of student’s mathematics utility ANOVA Model Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. 1 Regression 1632.912 2 816.456 961.149 .000 Residual 10514.599 12378 .849 Total 12147.511 12380 a. Dependent Variable: T1 Scale of student’s mathematics self-efficacy b. Predictors: (Constant), T1 Scale of math teacher’s self-efficacy, T1 Scale of student’s mathematics utility Coefficients Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients Model B Std. Error Beta t Sig. 1 (Constant) .046 .008 5.551 .000 T1 Scale of student’s mathematics utility .364 .008 .363 43.389 .000 T1 Scale of math teacher’s self-efficacy .050 .009 .048 5.795 .000 a. Dependent Variable: T1 Scale of student’s mathematics self-efficacy 2
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RQ: Is a student’s mathematics utility (IV) a significant predictor of a student’s mathematics self-efficacy (DV) when controlling for a math teacher’s self-efficacy (IV)? Ho1: A student’s mathematics utility is not a significant predictor when all other variables are controlled. Ho2: A math teacher’s self-efficacy is not a significant predictor when all other variables are controlled. Ha1: A student’s mathematics utility is a significant predictor when all other variables are controlled. Ha2: A math teacher’s self-efficacy is a significant predictor when all other variables are controlled. Analysis: The Multiple Regression Coefficient results indicate a p-value of .001 for both a student’s mathematics utility and a math teacher’s self-efficacy indicating statistical significance and the rejection of the null hypothesis. As we hold both independent variables at a constant, a student’s mathematical utility resulted in a weak correlational relationship at = .363, t(12378) = 43.39, p < .05, (.001). While a math teacher’s self-efficacy resulted in a very weak correlational relationship at = .048, t(12378) = 5.80, p < .05 (.001). Therefore, as results indicate statistical significance, the correlation has a weak effect.
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