## Question

###### Regression analysis Involving 30 observations, the following estimated regression equation was obtained y = 17.6 '811 2.332 7.623 + 2.724 For this estimated regression equation SST 1805 and SSR = 1,760 _ a. At a = 0.05 _ test the significance of the relashlonship among the variables.SSEdecimal, If necessary)MSRdecimal, if necessary)MSEdecimals_ necessany )What Is the value of the test statistic (to declmal)? Use TableAppendixWhat the P-value?Eelcc vour .ueWeiUslng what Sticc Yur Mutwcvour c

regression analysis Involving 30 observations, the following estimated regression equation was obtained y = 17.6 '811 2.332 7.623 + 2.724 For this estimated regression equation SST 1805 and SSR = 1,760 _ a. At a = 0.05 _ test the significance of the relashlonship among the variables. SSE decimal, If necessary) MSR decimal, if necessary) MSE decimals_ necessany ) What Is the value of the test statistic (to declmal)? Use Table Appendix What the P-value? Eelcc vour .ueWei Uslng what Sticc Yur Mutwc vour conclusion? and the following estimated regression equation obtalned: Suppose varlables T, and T are dropped from the mode 11.1 3.612 8.lx3 For this model SST 1805 and SSR 1,705 Compute SSE(T,, Tz, I4 I4) declmal, necessany) Compute SSE(T2, *j) declmal; necessary) Use an F test and 05 to determlne whether and contrIbute signlficantly to the modol. What the value orthe tost statistic (to declmal:)? Usa Table Appendix What the p-value? Suled Yun 4scr Wnat your conclusion about the two variable: and I4? Sheclyout Cannat conclude that these vat lables contibute signiticantly madly Conclme tni these vanable * contributd eigulicantly to the modd