Question

when the highest partial correlation coefficient is significant at
any step in stepwise multiple regression, what does this tell us
about R^2 change?

Answer #1

The process of multiple regression is used to predict independent variable on the basis of two or more predictor variables. In this stepwise regression is done where we check the partial correlation coefficient and decide whether the predictor variables enters into the next step regression model and we proceed in such way.

Passion correlation is the correlation between that variable and
the residual of the previous model.Also we know the
R^{2} change significance level decide whether a
predictor variable enters the next step of a state wise regression.
Now the higher the value of partial correlation coefficient the
greater is the change in R^{2} ,so the predictor
variable have larger chances to enter the next step regression
which thereby implies that the considered dependent variable
significantly decides it's effect on the independent variable to be
predicted.

Bonus #1: When the highest partial correlation
coefficient is significant at any step in stepwise multiple
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The regression equation is
SALEPRIC = 1470 + 0.814 LANDVAL = 0.820 IMPROVAL + 13.5
AREA
Predictor
Coef
SE Coef
T
P
Constant
1470
5746
0.26
0.801
LANDVAL
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0.5122
1.59
0.131
IMPROVAL
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0.2112
3.88
0.0001
AREA
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6.586
2.05
0.057
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