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# For the math problems, keep at least 3 decimals in your work, then round

## to the number of decimals in the answer

1. Chose the expression that represents the Regression equation
A.

= b0 + b1Xi

B i = b0 + b1Xi + i
C. yi = 0 + 1Xi + i
D. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X +
E. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X

## 2. Choose the expression that represents the Population Model

A.

= b0 + b1Xi

B i = b0 + b1Xi + i
C. yi = 0 + 1Xi + i
D. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X +
E. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X

3. Choose the expression that represents the Estimated Regression Equation (also
referred to as the Least Regression Squares Regression Line in Chapter 4)
A.

= b0 + b1Xi

B i = b0 + b1Xi + i
C. yi = 0 + 1Xi + i
D. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X +
E. E(Y|X) = 0 + 1X

## 4. Choose the independent variable

A. X
B. Y
C.
D. E( Y|X)
E. 1
5. Choose the dependent variable
A. X
B. Y
C.
D. E( Y|X)
E. 1

6. Simple Linear Regression use the formulas for b 0 and b0 that minimize the
A. total variation in Y
B. squared residuals

C. residuals
D. sum of the squared residuals
7. The Error Term ( i) represents
A. The distance from the predicted value of y and the actual value of y
B. the residual from each observations estimates
C. The influence from unobserved factors on y
D. error from estimation
8. Which one of these is the unexplained variation of Y?
A. SSE
B. SST
C. SSR
D. SSxx
9. If the sample correlation coefficient is rxy = 0.65, then which of the following is
correct?
A. 65 % of the variation of X was related to Y
B. For every 1 unit increase in X, Y increased by 0.65 units.
C. For every 1 standard deviation increase in X, Y increases by 0.65 standard
deviations
D. 65% of the variation of Y was related to X
10. The sample correlation coefficient, rxy , can take values from
A. -1 to 1
B. negative infinity to positive infinity
C. 0 to 1
D. 0 to positive infinity

## For use with problems 11-14

I. 0
II. b0

III. 1
IV. b1
11. Which of the above is the true relationship between X and Y?
A. I
B. II
C. III
D. IV
12. Which of the above is the estimated relationship between X and Y?
A. I
B. II
C. III
D. IV
13. Which of the above is a parameter
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. III and IV
D. II and IV
E. all of the above
14. Which of the above is a Random Variable with a sampling distribution?
A. I and II
B. I and III
C. III and IV
D. II and IV
E. all of the above
15. SE(b1) is
A. the true standard deviation of b1
B. The estimate of the standard deviation of 1
C. The true standard deviation of 1
D. The estimate standard deviation of b1

## A researcher wants to estimate the relationship between part time work

and the success of full time college students. The number of hours of work
and GPA for 5 randomly selected college students with part time jobs was
selected.

HOURS OF PART
TIME WORK (X) GPA (Y)
22
2.9
16
2.8
8
3.4
14
3.1
20
2.8
16. What is b1
A. 0.3
B. 40
C. 0.04
D. 0.025
E. 25
17. What is b0
A. -1.8
B. 3.64
C. -637
D. 2.6
E. -397
18. What is the predicted GPA for a student who works 15 hours a week?
A. 2.975
B. 3.7
C. 2.7
D. 3.04
E. 3.25
19. Calculate the residual is a randomly selected student works 15 hours a week
and has a GPA of 3.2
A. 0.16
B. -0.5
C. 0.05
D. 0.5
E. -0.225

## An instructor estimates the relationship between exam score and

attendance percentage. Using this data b1 =0.40 b1 = 47.55. Keep at least
2 decimals in your work and then round your answers when choosing the
correct answer
ATTENDANCE (X) EXAM SCORE (Y)
73
87

92
50
75
90

90
66
71
76

## 20. What is the SST (round to the nearest whole number)

A. 390
B. 280
C. 422
D. 303
E. 239
21. What is the SSE? (round to the nearest whole number)
A. 390
B. 280
C. 472
D. 303
E. 239
22. Find the R^2 (Round to the nearest 3 decimal places)
A. 0.076
B. 0.434
C. 0.123
D. 0.282
E. 0.336
23. The previous answer is the percentage of
A. the variation in the model explained by Y
B. the variation in Y explained by the model
C. the conditional mean of Y explained by the model
D. the conditional mean of the model explained by Y

## Use the following for problems 24-32.

We want to study the relationship between gun ownership (X) and gun
murders per 100,000 residents (Y). The following regression results is
derived from data for all 50 states + D.C. (n = 51) that can be found at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_violence_in_all_the_United_States_by_stat
e

4.925 5.82xi
xx= 0.25
b0
b1
SSE = 269.63
SSR = 33.49
i=

SSxx = 0.989

## 24. Calculate the SE(b1). (round to 3 decimals)

A. 5.533
B. 2.359
C. 5.564
D. 2.346
25. Make a 95% confidence interval for the true relationship between gun ownership
rates and gun murders per capita. Use t0.05, 49 = 2.010 (round to 2 decimals)
A. (-10.54, -1.10)
B. (-16.88, 5.24)
C. (-10.56, -1.08)
D. (-16.94, 5.30)
26. When testing for the individual significance of X i what is the null hypothesis?
A. Ho : 0 = 0
B. Ho : 1 = 0
C. Ho : 0 = 0
D. Ho : 1 = 0
27. What is the test statistic when testing for the individual significance of X?
A. -0.41
B. -2.47
C. -1.48
D. -1.05
28. Using the 5% level of significance, what is your conclusion when testing for the
individual significance of X?
A. Do not reject Ho; X is insignificantly related to Y at the 5% level of significance
B. Reject Ho; X is significantly related to Y at the 5% level of significance
C. Do not reject Ho; X is significantly related to Y at the 5% level of significance
D. Reject Ho; X is insignificantly related to Y at the 5% level of significance

29. Less populated areas with lol population density tend to have higher gun
ownership with less gun murders. Therefore, population density could be a
A. correlation
B. dependent variable
C. target parameter
D. lurking variable

30. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the average number of gun murders
when the gun ownership rate is 0.40. Use t 0.05, 49 = 2.010. (round to 2 decimal
places).
A. (0.09, 5.11)
B. (0.20, 5.00)
C. (1.71, 3.49)
D. (2.12, 3.08)
31. Construct a 95% prediction interval for the actual number of gun murders when
the gun ownership rate is 0.40 Use t0.05, 49 = 2.010. (round to 2 decimal places)
A. (0.09, 5.11)
B. (0.20, 5.00)
C. (1.71, 3.49)
D. (2.12, 3.08)
32. Which of these is violated by Heteroskadisticity?
A. Equal Spread
B. Linearity
C. Normality
D. Multicollinearity
E. Independence
33. Which of these is not a regression assumption?
A. Equal Spread
B. Linearity
C. Normality
D. Multicollinearity
E. Independence
34. If we estimated the relationship below, we
would violate which regression assumption?
A. Equal Spread
B. Linearity
C. Normality
D. Multicollinearity
E. Independence