173.Referring to Table 13-11, which of the following is the correct alternative hypothesis for testing whether there is a linear relationship between box office gross and home video unit sales?a)11:0Hb=b)11:0Hb≠c)11:0Hβ=d)11:0Hβ≠ANSWER:dTYPE: MC DIFFICULTY: Easy

213 Simple Linear RegressionKEYWORDS: slope, t test for slope, form of hypothesis174.Referring to Table 13-11, what is the value of the test statistic for testing whether there is a linear relationship between box office gross and home video unit sales?175.Referring to Table 13-11, what is the critical value for testing whether there is a linear relationship between box office gross and home video unit sales at a 5% level of significance?176.Referring to Table 13-11, what is the p-value for testing whether there is a linear relationship between box office gross and home video unit sales at a 5% level of significance?177.True or False: Referring to Table 13-11, the null hypothesis that there is no linear relationship between box office gross and home video unit sales should be reject at a 5% level of significance.ANSWER:TrueTYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: decision, slope, t test for slope178.True or False: Referring to Table 13-11, there is sufficient evidence that box office gross and home video unit sales are linearly related at a 5% level of significance.ANSWER:TrueTYPE: TF DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: conclusion, slope, t test for slope179.Referring to Table 13-11, what are, respectively, the lower and upper limits of the 95% confidence interval estimate for population slope?ANSWER:3.3072 and 5.3590TYPE: PR DIFFICULTY: EasyKEYWORDS: slope, confidence interval 180.Referring to Table 13-11, what are, respectively, the lower and upper limits of the 95% confidence interval estimate for the average change in video unit sales as a result of a one million dollars increase in box office?

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