SALES REPRESENTATIVE| NUMBER OF UNITS SOLD| NUMBER OF SALES CALLS| A| 28| 14|
B| 66| 35|
C| 38| 22|
D| 70| 29|
E| 22| 6|
F| 27| 15|
G| 28| 17|
H| 47| 20|
I| 14| 12|
J| 68| 29|
| | |
| | |

a) draw a scatter diagram of number of sales calls and number of units sold

b) Estimate a simple linear regression model to explain the relationship between number of sales calls and number of units sold y=2.139x-1.760
Number of units sold=2.139Number of units sold-1.760
c) Calculate and interpret the coefficient of correlation r=0.853=0.9236 (There is strong correlation between two variables as its near 1) d) the coefficient of determination
r2=0.853(The magnitude of the coefficient of determination indicates the proportion of variance in one variable, explained from knowledge of the second variable) e) the standard error of estimate

S.E=0.3133(The standard error is the estimated standard deviation of a statistic) f) Conduct a test of hypothesis to determine whether the coefficient of correlation in the population is zero H0:β1=0

Ha:β1≠0

t=β1SE =6.826
p-value for df=9 and t=6.826:0.001

0.0001<0.05
Therefore null hypothesis is rejected
Hence coefficient of correlation is zero is rejected
Therefore there is significant relationship between number of sales calls and number of units sold. g) Construct and interpret confidence intervals and prediction intervals for the dependent variable, number of units sold. Confidence interval:

(x-tsn,x+tsn)
Confidence interval for number of sales calls:

(x-tsn,x+tsn)
(0.924, 2.8612)

CALCULATIONS ON EXCEL

Regression Analysis| | | | | | |
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| r² | 0.853 | n | 10 | | | |
| r | 0.924 | k | 1 | | | |
| Std. Error | 8.412 | Dep. Var. | NUMBER OF UNITS SOLD| | | | | | | | | |
ANOVA table| | | | | | | |
Source| SS | df | MS| F| p-value...

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GM 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
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Memo
To:
From:
Date: April 19st, 2012
Re: Statistic Analysis on price settings
Various hypothesistests were compared as well as several multiple regressions in order to identify the factors that would manipulate the selling price of Ford Mustangs. The data being used contains observations on 35 used Mustangs and 10 different characteristics.
The testhypothesis that price is dependent on whether the car is convertible is superior to the other hypothesistests conducted. The analysis performed showed that the testhypothesis with the smallest P-value was favorable, convertible cars had the smallest P-value.
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cannot consult the regression R2 because
(a) ln(Y) may be negative for 0 < Y < 1.
(b) the TSS are not measured in the same units between the two models.
(c) the slope no longer indicates the effect of a unit change of X on Y in the log-linear
model.
(d) the regression R2 can be greater than one in the second model.
1
(v) The exponential function
(a) is the inverse of the natural logarithm function.
(b) does not play an important role in modeling nonlinear regression functions in econometrics.
(c) can be written as exp(ex ).
(d) is ex , where e is 3.1415...
(vi) The following are properties of the logarithm function with the exception of
(a) ln(1/x) = −ln(x).
(b) ln(a + x) = ln(a) + ln(x).
(c) ln(ax) = ln(a) + ln(x).
(d) ln(xa) = aln(x).
(vii) In the log-log model, the slope coefficient indicates
(a) the effect that a unit change in X has on Y.
(b) the elasticity of Y with respect to X.
(c) ∆Y/∆X.
(d)
∆Y
∆X
×
Y
X
(viii) In the model ln(Yi ) = β0 + β1 Xi + ui , the elasticity of E(Y|X) with respect to X is
(a) β1 X
(b) β1
(c)
β1 X
β0 +β1 X
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RegressionAnalysis
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3.
4. The solution would be unbounded. For virtually any regression problem, the sum of the estimation errors can be made to approach -¥ by selecting a regression function such that the estimated values a far greater than the actual values. Even in we place a lower bound of zero on the sum of the estimation errors, a regression function with a sum of estimation errors equal to zero will not necessarily fit the data well.
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RegressionAnalysis of Multiple Variables
Neil Bhatt
993569302
Sta 108 P. Burman
11 total pages
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Data:
60 Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) in the United States, obtained for the years 1959-1961. [Source: GC McDonald and JS Ayers, “Some applications of the ‘Chernoff Faces’: a technique for graphically representing multivariate data”, in Graphical Representation of Multivariate Data, Academic Press, 1978.
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Data Distribution:
Scatter Plot Matrix
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