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Question textWhat is one way that the F-statistic differs from the t-statistic Select one:a. It can never be negative. b. It has a continuous distribution. c. It depends on degrees of freedom. d. It has a symmetric distribution.
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8.33 points out of 8.33 Flag question Question textA researcher is studying the relationship between academic and sports performance in 100 college athletes. She runs a regression model with number of games started as the independent variable and grade point average as the dependent variable. This model yields a slope of b=-0.3. A two-tailed test of this estimate produces a t-statistic of -2.1. Assuming a significance threshold of p<0.05, how should the researcher interpret the results? Select one:a. Each additional game played is associated with a 0.3 point decline in GPA. b. 30% of the variation in GPA can be explained by the number of games played. c. Grade point average and number of games played are positively associated. d. There is no reliable association between GPA and number of games played. Question 52 Correct 8.33 points out of 8.33
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