# STATS 30 Questions Exam 2015

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In choosing the “best-fitting” line through a set of

points in linear regression, we choose the one with the:

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smallest

sum of squared residuals

largest

sum of squared residuals

smallest

number of outliers

largest

number of points on the line

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Question 2(2

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In linear regression, a dummy variable is used:

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to

represent residual variables

to

represent missing data in each sample

to

include hypothetical data in the regression equation

to

include categorical variables in the regression equation

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Question 3(4

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A multiple regression analysis included 4 independent variables

results in sum of squares for regression of 1400 and sum of squares for error

of 600. The multiple coefficient of determination will be:

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.300

.700

.429

.084

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Question 4(2

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A “fan” shape in a scatterplot indicates:

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a

nonlinear relationship

the

absence of outliers

sampling

error

unequal

variance

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Question 5(2

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In regression analysis, the variables used to help explain or

predict the response variable are called the

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independent

variables

dependent

variables

regression

variables

statistical

variables

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A scatterplot that appears as a shapeless mass of data points

indicates:

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a

curved relationship among the variables

a

linear relationship among the variables

a

nonlinear relationship among the variables

no

relationship among the variables

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Question 7(2

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The coefficient of determination (.gif” alt=”https://go.view.usg.edu/content/enforced/957070-WMBA6040-Quant-Summer2015-Wang-C56/RspQ-GAG%20Quiz%202%20Summer%202010/eq_821add.gif?_&d2lSessionVal=SXvKbBrVzbsvNU7dsbgpIWCEA”>) can be interpreted as

the fraction (or percent) of variation of the

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explanatory

variable explained by the independent variable

explanatory

variable explained by the regression line

response

variable explained by the regression line

error

explained by the regression line

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Question 8(2

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The correlation value ranges from

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0

to +1

-1

to +1

-2

to +2

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To help explain or predict the response variable in every

regression study, we use one or more explanatory variables. These variables are

also called predictor variables or independent variables.

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True

False

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When the scatterplot appears as a shapeless swarm of points,

this can indicate that there is no relationship between the response variable Y

and the explanatory variable X, at least none worth pursuing.

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True

False

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Question 11(2

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A useful graph in almost any regression analysis is a

scatterplot of residuals (on the vertical axis) versus fitted values (on the

horizontal axis), where a “good” fit not only has small residuals,

but it has residuals scattered randomly around zero with no apparent pattern.

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True

False

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Question 12(2

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A negative relationship between an explanatory variable X and a

response variable Y means that as X increases, Y decreases, and vice versa.

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True

False

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Question 13(4

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A regression analysis between weight (Y in pounds) and height (X

in inches) resulted in the following least squares line:.gif” alt=”https://go.view.usg.edu/content/enforced/957070-WMBA6040-Quant-Summer2015-Wang-C56/RspQ-GAG%20Quiz%202%20Summer%202010/eq_821d03.gif?_&d2lSessionVal=SXvKbBrVzbsvNU7dsbgpIWCEA”>= 140 +

5X. This implies that if the height is increased by 1 inch, the weight is

expected to increase on average by 5 pounds.

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True

False

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Question 14(4

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In regression analysis, if the coefficient of determination is

1.0, then the coefficient of correlation must be 1.0.

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True

False

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Question 15(4

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The residual is defined as the difference between the actual and

fitted values of the response variable.

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True

False

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Question 16(4

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If the coefficient of correlation is -0.88, then the percentage

of the variation in Y that is explained by the regression is 77.44%.

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True

False

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Question 17(4

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The coefficient of determination R2is the square of the coefficient of correlation.

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True

False

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Question 18(4

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A regression analysis between sales (in $1000) and advertising

(in $) resulted in the following least squares line:.gif” alt=”https://go.view.usg.edu/content/enforced/957070-WMBA6040-Quant-Summer2015-Wang-C56/RspQ-GAG%20Quiz%202%20Summer%202010/eq_8220e1.gif?_&d2lSessionVal=SXvKbBrVzbsvNU7dsbgpIWCEA”>= 32 + 8X. This implies

that an increase of $1 in advertising is expected to result in an increase of

$40 in sales.BE

CAREFUL!

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True

False

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Question 19(2

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A multiple regression model has the form.gif” alt=”https://go.view.usg.edu/content/enforced/957070-WMBA6040-Quant-Summer2015-Wang-C56/RspQ-GAG%20Quiz%202%20Summer%202010/eq_822106.gif?_&d2lSessionVal=SXvKbBrVzbsvNU7dsbgpIWCEA”>.The coefficient b1is

interpreted as the change in Y per unit change in X1.

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True

False

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Question 20(4

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This question and the

next two are based on the following information:

The maker of theSuper Bsoftball bat is interested in determining how certain factors

affect the sales of its new model bat. The data below compares the number of

bats (Y) that were sold, the average selling price (), and the

disposable income per household () in the surrounding area at 10 large sporting

goods stores that carry theSuper Bbat.

Simple regression was used to compare each independent variable to the number

of bats sold. The regression output from Excel is shown below:

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Is there evidence of a linear relationship between the number of bats sold and

the average selling price of the bats? Support your response. If you believe

there is a linear relationship, characterize the relationship (i.e., positive,

negative, strong, weak, etc.).

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Question 21(4

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Is there evidence of a linear relationship between the number of

bats sold anddisposable

income in the area? Support your response If you believe there is a linear

relationship, characterize the relationship (i.e., positive, negative, strong,

weak, etc.).

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Question 22(2

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Which of the two variables, the average selling price or the

disposable income would you select for a simple linear regression model to

predict the number of bats sold?

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Question 23(3

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This question and the

next seven are based on the following information:

The marketing manager of a large supermarket chain would like to determine the

effect of shelf space (in feet) on the weekly sales of international food (in

hundreds of dollars). A random sample of 12 equal â€“sized stores is selected,

with the following results:

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Below is a scatterplot for this data. Comment on the relationship between shelf

space and weekly sales.

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Question 24(5

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Use StatTools to obtain the indicated simple

linear regression results for the data given in Question 23. The output (with

blank cells A-E) is given below.

Provide the correct values for cells A, B, C, D, and E.

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What is the least squares estimate of theY-intercept?

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Question 26(2

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What is the least squares estimate of theslope?

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Question 27(2

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Interpret the meaning of the slopeb.

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Question 28(4

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Predict the average weekly sales (in hundreds of dollars) of

international food for stores with 13 feet of shelf space for international

food.

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Question 29(4 points)

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Would it be appropriate to predict the average weekly sales (in

hundreds of dollars) of international food for stores with 35 feet of shelf

space for international food? Why or why not?

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Question 30(4

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State the value of the coefficient of determination, R2,

and interpret its meaning.

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