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0 1 1 pts Question 6 Here is a regression using GSS 2008 data . The independent variables are two reference group variables , one for blacks and one...

I answered this question incorrectly. I chose the second option. Now, I believe the answer should have been the first option. "With regard to zoo visits, the population of whites and the population of others differ." Am I correct? My only basis for choosing this option is that it is the only other option comparing the variables to the reference group.


Given this information, what data should I be looking at from the problem that gives me the correct answer. Please explain how you would reach the correct answer.


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Question 6
Here is a regression using GSS 2008 data . The independent variables are two
reference group variables , one for blacks and one for others ( those not white and not
black ) . Therefore , whites are the reference group . The dependent variable is the
number of times the respondent has been to a zoo in the past year .
ZOOVISITS = 1.05 - . 32 ( BLACK ) + . 59 ( OTHER )
The exact significance of the slope for the BLACK variable was . 081 , while the exact
significance of the OTHER variable was . 008 . From this information , what is the best
conclusion ?"
With regard to zoo visits , the population of whites and the population of others differ ."
With regard to zoo visits , the population of whites and the population of others differ ;
and in addition , the population of whites and the population of blacks differ .
With regard to zoo visits , the population of whites and the population of others differ ;
and in addition , the population of blacks and the population of others differ ."
With regard to zoo visits , the population of blacks and the population of others differ ."

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2 comments
  • Because of the slope for BLACK is .081 and therefore > 5%, we cannot comment on the relationship between BLACK/WHITE? Whereas, the relationship between WHITE/OTHER was p < 5%?
    • jldrake5
    • Apr 02, 2019 at 1:12am
  • p-value is 0.081.
    • paratha
    • Apr 02, 2019 at 1:58am

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