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## Week 4 Participation Post 5 (variant)

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# Week 4 Participation Post 5 (variant)

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Good post on this week39s discussion question If you look at page 515 in the textbook you will see the tted regression line for exam scores and study time You can visually see the linear relationship and also take a look at the actual numbers as displayed in Table 123 In the regression example the purpose is to explain the variation in the dependent variable around its mean There are a number of bivariate examples presented Parttime weekly earnings and hours worked Number of operators on duty and waiting time for concert tickets Age of movie goer and amount spent on snacks When we look at the at the hypothesis set up for H0 the slope is equal to zero and H1 The slope does not equal zero Can you provide a regression example used a lot in my children39s pediatrician of ce when they relate the weights of the children with their heights using a linear regression The independent variable is height and the dependent variable weight Assuming that if the child has reached a certain height the weight should be a linear correlation

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