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arec345ps3data - id textbook score nonpoor 1 0 32.34748 2 1...

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Unformatted text preview: id textbook score nonpoor 1 0 32.34748 2 1 60.6767 1 3 36.8199 4 1 59.97848 5 1 94.84734 1 6 1 67.58567 1 7 1 89.47661 1 8 0 27.36664 9 0 26.91632 10 1 60.6944 11 0 34.57623 12 1 72.79 1 13 1 72.19371 1 14 0 16.21021 15 0 3.566154 16 20.01606 17 1 75.53525 1 18 1 68.07047 1 It is not that hard to see the difference between the test scores from the students with and without 19 0 24.23458 textbook. The average of test score of students without textbook (indicator: 0) are high much lower 20 0 39.00613 than the ones who have textbook(indicator: 1). 21 1 80.59294 1 22 1 80.25801 1 23 1 86.35025 1 2 67.60610984is the average score among students who have textbooks. 24 1 73.95139 1 25 36.00045 30.75545592is the average score among students who do not have textbooks. 26 0 49.77136 27 1 77.16637 1 The difference average score between students who have and not have textbook is 28 1 75.59013 1 36.850653913 29 0 40.46128 Based solely on these two numbers of the average scores from students with and without textbooks, 30 1 64.3642 1 we can conclude that the students with textbook have an average higher test score. Thus, textbooks 31 1 54.13269 1 have positive relation with test scores. 32 1 75.81052 1 33 1 83.76164 1 3 36.850653913 30.7554559 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 34 0 11.90193 3.4377542502 2.6849719 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 35 0 35.86093 0.5397018438 16.7676442 #N/A #N/A #N/A #N/A 36 1 65.15588 1 37 0 28.57663 y=a+b*text 38 1 10.0087 The esimate of the impact of textbooks on score is 36.85065391 39 1 107.5995 1 Excel outpus: intercept: 30.75546; standard error for it is: 2.684972; 40 0 32.04168 estimate is 36.85065391; standard error for it is 3.43775425 41 1 90.80514 1 42 1 84.13176 1 How does this coefficient estimate compare to your answer to Question 2 43 1 29.6261 With textbook, y=a+b=36.85+30.75546 67.606109836 which is the same with the 44 1 62.4787 1 number for average score of students with textbook in Q2 45 0 34.04641 Without textbook, y=a+b*0=a=30.75546, which is the same in Q2 for students without textbooks 46 0 21.85519 47 0 16.64392 48 1 48.64747 49 1 54.37235 1 T-statistics is coeffient/standard error = 36.85/3.438 10.719397 50 1 67.6465 1 51 1 49.77844 1 It means, textbooks are strongly related to test scores....
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2011 for the course ECON 345 taught by Professor Jakiela during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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