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Error 14 11.912 0.851 Total 15 33.409 Predictor Coef StdError tStat P-value Intercept 3.962 1.440 2.75 0.016 Industry 0.040451 0.008048 5.03 0.000 Durbin-Watson Statistic 1.59 Referring to Table 13-5, the amount of variation explained by using Industry as the independent variable is ________. .802 .643 0.9224 .851
Question 23 4 / 4 points TABLE 13-5 The managing partner of an advertising agency believes that his company's sales are related to the industry sales. He uses Microsoft Excel’s Data Analysis tool to analyze the last 4 years of quarterly data (i.e., n = 16) with the following results: Regression Statistics Multiple R 0.802 R Square 0.643 Adjusted R Square 0.618 Standard Error SYX 0.9224 Observations 16 ANOVA df SS MS F Sig.F Regression 1 21.497 21.497 25.27 0.000 Error 14 11.912 0.851 Total 15 33.409
Predictor Coef StdError tStat P-value Intercept 3.962 1.440 2.75 0.016 Industry 0.040451 0.008048 5.03 0.000 Durbin-Watson Statistic 1.59 Referring to Table 13-5, the prediction for a quarter in which X = 100 is Y = ________.
Question 24 0 / 4 points In a multiple regression problem involving two independent variables, if b 0 is computed to be +2.0, it means that , .
Question 25 4 / 4 points If the Durbin-Watson statistic has a value close to 0, which assumption is violated? In other words, which assumption is the Durbin-Watson statistic checking to see is violated?
Normality of errors. Homoscedasticity. None of the above. 92 / 100 92 / 100 Done

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