Danielle Mullen
This article develops a regression model to analyze what role entrepreneurship
has on economic growth. The statistic model using GNI (gross national income) as the
dependent variable and bentry (business enter rate), labor (percentage of t
GPA_yr1 (Y)
Mean
Standard Error
Median
Mode
Standard Deviation
Sample Variance
Kurtosis
Skewness
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Sum
Count
GMAT(X1)
3.1766 Mean
0.0225 Standard Error
3.1790 Median
2.9640 Mode
0.3200 Standard Deviation
0.1024 Sample Variance
-0.3926
Danielle Mullen
Referee Report #2
This article analyzes a regression model to compare the impact of team payroll
on the regular season and post season success in Major League Baseball. The statistic
model used team payroll as the dependent variable, and r
Danielle Mullen
Referee Report #2
This article analyzes a regression model to predict the United States
presidential elections and see if the economy will determine the president. The
statistic model used a vote-share equation with the percentage of the e
Danielle Mullen
Referee Report #4
This article develops a regression model to analyze if there is enough of a return to
continue your education and earn a doctoral degree. The statistic model uses real wage as the
dependent variable, and those with bachel
QUAN340
Instruction:
Excel Homework 5
15 Spring
You will see one multiple regression model. Pay attention on:
1. All the question need to have final answer
2. Keep 4 decimal places for your answer, even for zero e.g. 0.0000
t stats for confidence interval
Danielle Mullen
Report #1
Referee Report on Determining Future Success of
College Students by Paul Oehrlein
The paper discusses whether there is a relationship between decisions
made in college and your potential income after graduation. The main decision
QUAN340
Danielle Mullen
Excel Homework 4
15 Spring
Instruction:
You will see one case with two models. One is simple linear regression model, and the other is
the multiple linear regression model. You have 1 hour to finish the questions. Pay attention on:
1) Automated machinery is used to fill boxes of Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs breakfast cereal. The machine is calibrated to put an average of 16.4 ounces of cereal in
each box. Minor variation in the process causes the standard deviation to be 0.2 ounces