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chapter 4 - MA 4-62 intercept slope observations degrees of...

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MA 4-62 intercept $120,000 slope $2.50 per book observations 15 degrees of freedom 13 RSQ 0.92 standard error of the estimate $2,000 breakeven point analysis selling price per unit $52.00 discount 25% $13.00 net selling price $39.00 royalty 15% $5.85 VC $2.50 CM $30.65 FC $120,000 breakeven point in units 3,915 units sold 9,000 CM $275,850 FC $120,000 profit $155,850 standard error of the estimate $2,000 probability 0.20 1.350 added factor for the cost $2,700 90% confident to earn more than $153,150 95% confidence interval of the profit units sold 8,000 CM $245,200 FC $120,000 profit $125,200 standard error of the estimate $2,000 probability 0.05 2.160 upper limit $129,521 best estimate $125,200 lower limit $120,879
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MA4-63 observations 12 degrees of freedom 10 intercept $2,100 slope 0.76 of sales standard error of the estimate $450 RSQ 0.61 CM 0.24 FC $2,100 breakeven point sales $8,750 90% confident of earning at least $300 probability 0.2 number of standard errors 1.372 standard error of the estimate $450 additional cost $617 required sales $12,573 95% confidence interval of the earnings sales $9,500 VC $7,220 FC $2,100 earnings $180 standard error of the estimate $450 probability 0.05 2.228 upper limit $1,183 best estimate $180 lower limit -$823
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