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3. Go to analyze/descriptive statistics/descriptives and move Q3, Q2, Q4, Q6, Q8a, Q8b, Q8c, Q8d,Q9, Q10, Q12, and Q13 to the Variable(s) box and click OK. Multivariate techniques require thatevery variable have a legitimate value. If a respondent did not answer every question, then the10
analyst must either ignore the observation entirely or impute estimates for the missing values. Thedefault for statistical software is to ignore those observations automatically. We will not doimputation for this exercise.a.What will be the sample size for later multivariate techniques?
movies do you attend at a movie theatreeach month?(Q2)Indicate how important you
consider going to the movies at a movietheatre, relative to other leisureactivities.(Q4)Not including the cost of the movie
ticket, about how much do you spend onpopcorn, candy, softdrinks, etc. at amovie?(Q6)If your community did not have a"big screen" theatre, how much furtherwould you drive beyond the cinemanearest to you to see a movie at a "bigscreen" theatre?
(Q8b)Of all the movie tickets that you
have ever purchased, what percentagewere purchased: At the theatre rightbefore the movie started(Q8c)Of all the movie tickets that you
have ever purchased, what percentagewere purchased: At the theatre, but themovie played at a later time11
(Q8d)Of all the movie tickets that youhave ever purchased, what percentagewere purchased: Using some otherpurchase option446030.753.709(Q9)How physically active do you
consider yourself?(Q10)How Socially active do youconsider yourself?500143.26.749(Q12)Gender:50001.54.499(Q13)Classification:500153.101.239Valid N (listwise)442Answer: 442 (answer provided)b. Is this sample size large enough for multivariate regression?Answer:c. What would some possible problems be if the sample size were not large enough?Answer:d. Are the minimum and maximum values for each variable within the proper range?

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