Question 9 of 57 2.0 Points

Compare two models. Model #1 has an r-squared of .25 and an adjusted r-squared of .10. Model #2 has an r-squared of .20 and an adjusted r-squared of .14. Given this information, what model should you use?

A. Use model 1 because r-squared is higher

B. Use model 2 because adjusted r-squared is higher

C. Use model 1 because the combination of r-squared and adjusted r-squared is higher

D. Use model 2 because the combination of r-squared and adjusted r-squared is lower

E. Use model 1 because the adjusted r-squared is lower

Compare two models. Model #1 has an r-squared of .25 and an adjusted r-squared of .10. Model #2 has an r-squared of .20 and an adjusted r-squared of .14. Given this information, what model should you use?

A. Use model 1 because r-squared is higher

B. Use model 2 because adjusted r-squared is higher

C. Use model 1 because the combination of r-squared and adjusted r-squared is higher

D. Use model 2 because the combination of r-squared and adjusted r-squared is lower

E. Use model 1 because the adjusted r-squared is lower

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