mba 522 13-37 5th edition modified

mba 522 13-37 5th edition modified - Data for problem 13-37...

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Data for problem 13-37 has been modified in this example Continued: Data for problem 13-37 has been modified in this example I have changed one variable in problem 37 to make it a 3-level qualitative variable. Other independent variables used are: Weight and Speed. Rating is Y which is to be estimated. Name Position Receiver Tackle Weight Speed Rating SUMMARY OUTPUT Cosey Coleman Guard 0 0 322 5.38 7.4 Travis Claridge Guard 0 0 303 5.18 7 Regression Statistics Kaulana Noa Guard 0 0 317 5.34 6.8 Multiple R 0.577766 Leander Jordan Guard 0 0 330 5.46 6.7 R Square 0.333814 Chad Clifton Guard 0 0 334 5.18 6.3 Adjusted R 0.200577 Very poor model. Only 20% of variability in Y is explained by the Manula Savea Guard 0 0 308 5.32 6.1 Standard E 0.80091 indpendent variables, even though the test has good Ryan JohanningmGuard 0 0 310 5.28 6 Observatio 25 statistical significance (prob = 0.07) Mark Tauscher Guard 0 0 318 5.37 6 Blaine Saipaia Receiver 1 0 321 5.25 6 ANOVA Richard Mercier Receiver
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course MBA 522 taught by Professor Nabavi during the Spring '08 term at Bellevue.

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