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Unformatted text preview: p=0.857 and greater than 0.05, the null hypothesis (α=0) is not rejected. The yintercept is not significantly different from zero. 4. Regression Statistics Multiple R (r) 0.998689 R Square (r 2 ) 0.99738 Adjusted R Square 0.997179526 Standard Error 0.039478077 Observations 15 Coefficients Standard Error t Stat Pvalue Lower 95% Upper 95% Intercept (a) 0.02907 0.0239051631.2162773 0.24550267 10.08071927 0.0225686 56 Density (b) 0.50714 0.007207678 70.3612388 3.58932E18 0.491569894 0.5227123 76 Regression Equation: Lcort= 0.029+0.507 x density Since the pvalue for the slope is p=3.589E18 and less that 0.05, the null hypothesis (β=0) is rejected. The slope is significantly different from zero. Since the pvalue for the yintercept is p=0.246 and greater than 0.05, the null hypothesis (α=0) is not rejected. The yintercept is not significantly different from zero....
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 Spring '11
 Dr.Angus
 Statistics, Regression Analysis, Null hypothesis, Regression Statistics Multiple, Standard Error Observations

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