SUMMARY OUTPUT | ||||||||
Regression Statistics | ||||||||
Multiple R | 0.231960777 | |||||||
R Square | 0.053805802 | |||||||
Adjusted R Square | 0.034093423 | |||||||
Standard Error | 5272.980333 | |||||||
Observations | 50 | |||||||
ANOVA | ||||||||
df | SS | MS | F | Significance F | ||||
Regression | 1 | 75893113.09 | 75893113.09 | 2.729543781 | 0.105035125 | |||
Residual | 48 | 1334607437 | 27804321.59 | |||||
Total | 49 | 1410500550 | ||||||
Coefficients | Standard Error | t Stat | P-value | Lower 95% | Upper 95% | Lower 99.0% | Upper 99.0% | |
Intercept | 6396.894057 | 3281.342486 | 1.949474669 | 0.057094351 | -200.6871963 | 12994.47531 | -2404.335972 | 15198.12409 |
HSRANK | 64.68225855 | 39.15075519 | 1.6521331 | 0.105035125 | -14.03561063 | 143.4001277 | -40.32805468 | 169.6925718 |
a. According to your estimate, what is the predicted financial aid awarded to a
student with a high school GPA rank of 95%?
b. David’s GPA rank increased from 80% to 90%, by how much will his financial aid
change as a result?
c. The residual plot and the line of best fit plot for your regression.
d. Does student’s GPA rank in high school account for a large fraction of the
variations in the financial aid awarded?
e. Is your estimated coefficient significant?
Part A Predicted Financial Aid = 6396.894057+ 64.68225855*95 = 12541.70862
Part B Change in financial Aid = 90-80*(64.68225855) = 646.8225855
Part D 1% GPA rank changes Financial Aid only around 1% of its basic value which is not too much. Though if GPA is quite high, i.e. At its peak, it can result into a change of 10% of its base value. Which can be seen as important for some.
Part E Estimated coefficient has a p value of 0.105035125 which is more than 0.05. Therefore it is not significant at 95% confidence interval.
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