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Model Summary Model R R Square Adjusted R Square Std. Error of Estimate Durbin- Watson 1 .601 .361 .360 17.9289 1.952 a. Predictors: (Constant). NA, Separated, Widowed, Divorced, NeverMarried, Highest Year of School Completed b. Dependent Variable: R’s socioeconomic index (2010) ANOVA Model Sum of Squares Df Mean Square F Sig. 1 Regression 439553.019 6 73258.837 227.904 .000 Residual 777579.638 2419 321.447 Total 1217132.66 2425 a. Dependent Variable: R’s socioeconomic index (2010) b. Predictors: (Constant). NA, Separated, Widowed, Divorced, NeverMarried, Highest Year of School Completed Coefficients Unstandardize d Coefficient s Standardize d Coefficients Collinearit y Statistic s 1
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Mode l B Std. Error Beta t Sig. Tolerance VIF 1 (Constant) -7.339 1.806 -4.064 . 000 Highest Year of School Completed 4.119 .121 .562 34.02 4 . 000 .970 1.031 Widowed -3.256 1.378 -.040 -2.363 . 018 .906 1.104 Divorced -4.331 1.043 -.072 -4.152 . 000 .877 1.140 Separated -6.577 2.096 -.052 -3.138 . 002 .957 1.045 NeverMarrie d -8.352 .903 -.163 -9.246 . 000 .854 1.171 NA 10.701 12.695 .014 .843 . 339 .998 1.002 a. Dependent Variable: R’s Socioeconomic Index (2010) Residuals Statistics Minimum Maximum Mean Std. Deviation N Predicted Value -15.691 81.629 46.029 13.4632 2426 Std. Predicted Value -4.584 2.644 .000 1.000 2426 Std. Error of Predicted Value .537 12.679 .843 .466 2426 Adj. Predicted -16.285 78.746 46.026 13.4720 2426 2
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Value Residual -47.8897 76.6388 .0000 17.9067 2426 Std. Residual -2.671 4.275 .000 .999 2426 Stud. Residual -2.673 4.296 .000 1.000 2426 Deleted Residual -47.9492 77.4243 .0029 17.9609 2426 Stud. Deleted Residual -2.676 4.312 .000 1.001 2426 Mahal. Distance 1.176 1211.749 5.998 35.116 2426 Cook’s Distance .000 .080 .000 .003 2426 Centered Leverage Value .000 .500 .002 .014 2426 a. Dependent Variable: R’s socioeconomic index (2010) 3
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RQ: Is marital status (IV) a significant predictor of socioeconomic status (DV) when controlling for the highest year of school completed? Ho1: Marital status is not a significant predictor of socioeconomic status when all other variables are controlled.
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