Question

The estimated regression equation for a model involving two independent variables and 10 observations follows.

y=27.1671 + 0.7533x1 + 0.7419x2

b1=

b2=

estimate y when x1=180 and x2= 310

Answer #1

b1= 0.7533

b2= 0.7419

y=27.1671 +( 0.7533*180)+ (0.7419*310) = 392.7501

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