Question

The following table gives the number of parking tickets obtained in a semester and the GPAs of 55 randomly selected drivers.

Number of Tickets | 11 | 22 | 33 | 33 | 55 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

GPA | 3.83.8 | 3.83.8 | 3.33.3 | 2.92.9 | 1.71.7
Table Copy Data Step 1 of 5 : Calculate the sum of squared errors (SSE). Use the values b0=4.6590b0=4.6590 and b1=−0.5568b1=−0.5568 for the calculations. Round your answer to three decimal places. |

Answer #1

The statistical software output for this problem is:

From above output:

SSE = **0.292**

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one semester and the GPA for five randomly selected college
students who drive to campus. Using this data, consider the
equation of the regression line, yˆ=b0+b1x, for predicting the GPA
of a college student who drives to campus based on the number of
parking tickets they receive in one semester. Keep in mind, the
correlation coefficient may or may not be statistically significant
for the data given. Remember, in...

The table below gives the number of parking tickets received in
one semester and the GPA for five randomly selected college
students who drive to campus. Using this data, consider the
equation of the regression line, yˆ=b0+b1x, for predicting the GPA
of a college student who drives to campus based on the number of
parking tickets they receive in one semester. Keep in mind, the
correlation coefficient may or may not be statistically significant
for the data given. Remember, in...

The data in the table
is the number of absences for 77 students and their corresponding
grade.
Number of Absences
44
44
66
66
66
66
77
Grade
3.73.7
3.33.3
3.33.3
33
2.52.5
1.91.9
1.51.5
Table
Copy Data
Step 1 of 5:
Calculate the sum of
squared errors (SSE). Use the values b0=5.8278b0=5.8278 and
b1=−0.5537b1=−0.5537 for the calculations. Round your answer to
three decimal places.

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and their corresponding grade.
Number of Absences
3
4
4
6
6
7
8
Grade
3.9
3.8
3.2
3
2.8
2.8
2.52
Step 1 of 5 : Calculate the sum of squared errors
(SSE). Use the values b0=4.6102 and b1=−0.2703 for the
calculations. Round your answer to three decimal places.

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studying and their corresponding grades
Hours Studying
33
33
44
55
55
Grades
72
74
74
75
79
Step 1 of 5: Calculate the sum of squared errors (SSE). Use the
values b0=66.8000 and b1=2.0000 for the calculations. Round your
answer to three decimal places.
Step 2 of 5: Calculate the estimated variance of errors, s^2e.
Round your answer to three decimal places.
Step 3 of 5: Calculate the...

The data in the table is the number of absences for 7 students
and their corresponding grade.
Number of Absences
0
0
1
6
6
7
8
Grade
3.1
2.7
2.5
2.5
2.3
2.2
1.6
Calculate the sum of
squared errors (SSE). Use the values b0=2.8523 and b1=−0.1095 for
the calculations. Round your answer to three decimal places.

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age, and the second independent variable (x2x2) is the student's
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Effects on Number of Parking Tickets
Age
GPA
Number of Tickets
23
44
99
23
44
88
22
44
66
20
44
55
19
33
55
19...

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Use the values b0=35.7312 and b1=−0.5333 for the calculations.
Round your answer to three decimal places.

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1.1 Table
Step 1 of 5 : Calculate the sum of squared errors (SSE). Use the
values b0=26.5238 and b1=−0.3727 for the calculations. Round your
answer to three decimal places.

The data in the table is the number of absences for 77 students
and their corresponding grade.
Number of Absences
0
2
3
5
5
6
7
Grade
3.8
3.7
3.5
2.4
1.7
1.7
1.5
Step 1 of 5:
Calculate the sum of squared errors (SSE). Use the values
b0=4.1811 and b1=−0.3917 for the calculations. Round your answer to
three decimal places.
Step 2 of 5:
Calculate the estimated variance of errors, s2e . Round your
answer to three decimal...

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