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Week 4 Participation Post 3 (variant)

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Date Created: 11/16/15
Good post Some of the limitations of bivariate regression as state on page 561 in the text are as follows Often the examples are too simplistic as many times there are more than variables that in uence the dependent variable if relevant predictors are not included then biased estimates my arise lack of t does not show that X is unrelated to Y if the true model is multivariate What is a residual test and why is it performed You can review the Read Me First for this week and I found a good link for you Introduction to regression httpwwwnlregcomintrohtm Residual tests known as durbin watson test tests for the nonautocorrelation for the error of the data otherwise known as the residual Also these residual tests also test to see which linear regression equation has the smallest residual count meaning it39s the BEST linear regression equation meaning the most t linear regression line is the line which minimizes the error sum of squares

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