Chapter 14 - Multiple Regression
CHAPTER 14Multiple Regression
14.1
SSE
LO1
14.2
Insert x values into the least squares equation and solve for y .
LO1
14.3
a.
b1 = -0.900, For every 1 degree increase in average temperature estimate fuel usage goes
down by
11.35 THE SERVICE TIME CASE
The MegaStat output of a simple linear regression analysis of the data set for this case (see Exercise 11.7 on page 442) is given in Figure 11.14.
Recall that a labeled MegaStat regression output is on page 461.
sum of squared
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Strategic HR management
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Case Study
Due to the increase in minimum wage, the company will be faced with many disgruntled
employees. However, concerning employees, one of the bigger issues that many will have is
what will happen to their current positions? Becau
4. a) F= 106.30
b) F .05= 4.20 so reject the Ho because there is strong evidence evidence of a significant relationship
c) F .01= 7.64 reject the Ho because there is strong evidence of a significant relationship
d) p value= .000, so reject the Ho at all l
Adrian Davis
AC 505
September 22, 2011
Case Study 2
Springfield Express is a luxury passenger carrier in Texas. All seats are first class, and the
following data are available:
Number of seats per passenger train car
Average load factor (percentage of sea
Checkpoint 5 Hypothesis Testing
Q1.
A. Ho: mu is less than or equal to 42, Ha: mu is greater than 42
B. Critical Value of a at .10: Zc = 1.282
Critical Value of a at .05: Zc = 1.645
Critical Value of a at .01: Zc = 2.326
Critical Value of a at .001%: Zc =
Adrian Davis
AC 505
September 22, 2011
Case Study 2
Springfield Express is a luxury passenger carrier in Texas. All seats are first class, and the
following data are available:
Number of seats per passenger train car
Average load factor (percentage of sea