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MoreFinalPractice - The examples below are not meant to be...

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- 1 - The examples below are not meant to be all inclusive but examples of certain type of problems you might expect in the final exam. For a complete list, see the lecture notes, homework, and all labs. Example: For a certain statistics course, data for student’s scores on Exam 1 are used to try to predict student’s scores on Exam 2. Using the output below, answer the following questions: 1. What is the least squares regression line? 2. Is there a linear relationship between Exam 1 and Exam 2? State your hypotheses, test statistic, p-value, and conclusion in terms of the problem. 3. What is the percent of variation in Exam 2 explained by Exam 1. 4. What is the estimate for the standard deviation of the error, s e ? 5. Give the 95% confidence interval for the regression coefficient for Exam 1. 6. A student received an 82% on Exam 1. What is this student’s predicted score on Exam 2? 7. The student described above actually received a 90% on Exam 2.
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