Data Homework 24

Data Homework 24 - Bryan Redd Homework #24 Due Date:...

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Bryan Redd Homework #24 Due Date: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 by 11:55 p.m. Note: please include all the relevant output in your Word document. Attached is the dataset containing two variables: height and resting pulse rate. Is there any evidence to conclude that height influences the resting pulse rate. a. What are the dependent and independent variables? Independent Variable: Resting Pulse Rate Dependent Variable:Height b. What are the null and the alternative hypotheses? Ha:β resting pulse rate >0 Ho:β resting pulse rate 0 c. What is the "Significance F" value reported in the ANOVA table? Significant “F” = 0.1279 d. What is your statistical decision? Reject the Alternative hypothesis and accept the null. e. What is the value of the slope and its respective p-value and what does it mean specifically? (For example if the slope is -0.0623, it means that for one unit increase of the independent variable the value of the dependent variable decreases by 0.0623). Slope is 0.21 that means that for every one unit increase of the independent
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2011 for the course WCOB 1033 taught by Professor Jensen during the Fall '05 term at Arkansas.

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Data Homework 24 - Bryan Redd Homework #24 Due Date:...

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