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# Session3 - 1 Finance 271 Session 3 Financial Modeling and...

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1 Finance 271 Session 3 Financial Modeling and Econometrics Philip W. Wirtz The George Washington University

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2 Administrivia Technical difficulties in Duques 151 have been fixed SAS 9 2 9 1 SAS 9.2, not 9.1 Reminder: Clicker LCD’s Clicker verification form for Quiz 2 Course feedback: SUBMIT button, not SAVE button
3 Quiz Begins

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4 1. You conduct a regression analysis of dependent variable Y on independent variable X. You discover that the printed p-value in your output is 0.40 . Based on this result, can you conclude with reasonable certainty 1 that “Y is not linearly related to X in the population”? Y is not linearly related to X in the population ? 0 No 1 Yes 0 0 2 Insufficient information to say 0 1 Please note that any question asking about “reasonable certainty” means “95% confident”.
5 2. You conduct a regression analysis of dependent variable Y on independent variable X. You wish to determine whether Y is positively related to X in the population. You discover that the printed p-value in your output is 0 02 and zero is not contained in the confidence output is 0.02 and zero is not contained in the confidence interval that you calculate for the slope. Based on this result, what can you conclude with reasonable certainty about the population? 0 Y is not positively related to X 0 1 Y is positively related to X 2 Insufficient information to say whether Y is positively related X 0 0 to X

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