Chapter 10 homework
Below are partial answers to the problems.
10.7
a.
> #Read in the data
> patient<-read.table(file = "C:\chris\UNL\STAT870\Instructor_CD\Data
Sets\Chapter 6 Data Sets\CH06PR15.txt", header = FALSE,
col.names = c("satisfaction", "age", "
Chapter 6 homework
I completed these homework problems before writing the examine.mod.multiple() function so you will
not see it implemented here.
6.15
a. No unusual observations
b.
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Chapter 11 homework
Below are partial answers to the problems.
Reproduce the example on p. 427 of KNN. Below is my R code and output.
> set1<-read.table(file = "C:\chris\UNL\STAT870\Instructor_CD\Data
Sets\Chapter 11 Data Sets\CH11TA01.txt",
header = FALS
Chapter 9 homework
Below are partial answers to the problems.
9.10
Answer key:
Additional results
Be careful with reading in the data. Y is the first column, not X 1.
a. Possible unusually small value for X3
b. Serious no; but there is some moderate to st
Chapter 7 homework
Below are partial answers to the problems.
7.5
a.
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mod.fit<-lm(formula = satisfaction ~ illness + age + anxiety, data = patient)
>
anova(mod.fit)
Analysis of Variance Table
Response: satisfaction
Df Sum Sq Mean Sq F value
Pr(>F)
illnes
Chapter 5 homework
5.4
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Chapter 4 homework
4.3 Here is my code and the corresponding output.
b.
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mod.fit<-lm(formula = minutes ~ copiers, data = copier)
sum.fit<-summary(mod.fit)
sum.fit
Call:
lm(formula = minutes ~ copiers, data = copier)
Residuals:
Min
1Q
-22
Chapter 2 homework
2.2 Do on your own.
2.5
a) Here is my code and the corresponding output. Note that I edited this code and output after
pasting it into Word to make it look nicer. Again, you are expected to do this as well.
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Chapter 1 homework
1.20
a) Here is my code and the corresponding output. Note that I edited this code and output after
pasting it into Word to make it look nicer. Again, you are expected to do this as well.
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