HW4 - Austin Wen STAT 4230 HW4 4.26) a. Hold other...

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Unformatted text preview: Austin Wen STAT 4230 HW4 4.26) a. Hold other variables constant, an one unit increase in level o f TV news exposure in a selected week would increase y, the American response, by .02 closer to the military response. b. Ho: = : > β1 0 vs Ha β1 0 . One-tailed p-value = .015. We reject Ho. There is significant evidence that an increase in TV new exposure is associated with an increase in support for a military resolution of the crisis. c. Yes, because the α is exceed the one-tailed p-value .01. We can conclude there is sufficient evident to indicate the negative relationship between support for a military resolution and gender depends on political knowledge. d. Yes, because the α is exceed the one-tailed p-value .04. We can conclude there is sufficient evident to indicate the positive relationship between support for a military resolution and race depends on political knowledge. e. By using these variables, the prediction would improve 19.4% comparing to just use the average y....
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course STAT 4230 taught by Professor Yin during the Spring '11 term at UGA.

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HW4 - Austin Wen STAT 4230 HW4 4.26) a. Hold other...

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