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*Regression*** Analysis** (Tom’s Used Mustangs)
Irving Campus
GM 533: Applied Managerial Statistics
04/19/2012
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*Regression*** Analysis**: Literacy rates and Poverty rates
As we are aware, poverty rate serve as an indicator for a number of causes in the world. Poverty rates are linked with infant mortality, education, child labor and crime etc. In this project, I will apply the

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5645 | 3.17 | 32.11 |
2010 | 4284 | 3.28 | 31.23 |
2011 | 3674 | 2.65 | 24.16 |
Using *regression*** analysis** we want to determine the relationship between ROA, ROE and stock price of PT BCA Tbk. In this case, ROA and ROE are the independent or explanatory variable (X), while stock price is the dependent variable that we want to explain (Y).

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each of the variables specified in the model from the years 2003 to 2005.
The question that I will be answering in my *regression*** analysis** is whether or not wins have an affect on attendance in Major League Baseball (MLB). I want to know whether or not wins and other variables associated with attendance have a positive impact on a team's record. The y variable in my

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Revitalizing Dell: Forecast Dell’s 2009 and 2010 revenues • Work through the “Proposed Steps” of Case 9-1 Revitalizing Dell in your textbook
– Make lagged drivers – Use correlation to pick a lagged driver – Build a linear forecast model using ** regression**, perform DW test on residuals – Repeat if residuals do not pass DW test
• Forecast revenues and generate 95% prediction intervals for 2009 and 2010
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Revitalizing Dell: Bright forecast
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Revitalizing Dell: Harsh reality
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Quick Stab Collection Agency: A *Regression*** Analysis**
Gerald P. Ifurung
04/11/2011
Keller School of Management
Executive Summary
Every portfolio has a set of delinquent customers who do not make their payments on time.
The financial institution has to undertake collection activities on these customers to recover the
amounts due. A lot of collection resources are wasted on customers who are difficult or
impossible to recover. Predictive analytics can help optimize the allocation of...

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*Regression*** Analysis**: Predicting for Detroit Tigers Game
Managerial Economics
BSNS 6130
December 13, 2012
By:
Morgan Thomas
Chad Goodrich
Jake Dodson
Austin Burris
Brittany Lutz
Abstract
As there are many who invest in athletic events, the ability to better predict attendance to such events, such as the Detroit Tigers games, could benefit many. The benefits include being able to better stock concessions stands, allocate advertising budgets, and staff security. Therefore, the aim...

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A *regression*** analysis** of the number of establishments in the florists industry
Industry Description
Operators in the United States florists industry retail cut flowers, floral arrangements and potted plants. They purchase these products from domestic and international firms and sell them mostly to the local population. Currently, the traditional forists suffer from severe competition form online stores and supermarkets. This results in a decreasing...

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*REGRESSION*** ANALYSIS**
Correlation only indicates the degree and direction of relationship between two variables. It does not, necessarily connote a cause-effect relationship. Even when there are grounds to believe the causal relationship exits, correlation does not tell us which variable is the cause and which, the effect. For example, the demand for a commodity and its price will generally be found to be correlated, but the question whether demand depends on price or vice-versa; will not be answered...

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1,825 556 6 46
7 1,811 541 4 49
8 1,803 513 6 52
9 1,830 532 5 46
10 1,827 537 5 46
11 1,764 499 3 48
12 1,825 510 8 47
13 1,763 490 4 48
14 1,846 516 8 45
15 1,815 482 7 43
a. Determine the ** regression** equation.
Y = 1480.74 + 0.731xs + 9.99xp - 2.30xi
b. What is the value of R2? Comment on the values?
R2 = 0.835 .
c. Conduct a global hypothesis test to determine if any of the independent variables are different from zero.
Ho: B1=B2=B3=0
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