Question

**For a given population with unknown mean**

*The size of the 95% confidence interval for the mean is smaller than that of the 99% confidence interval*

- True b) False

**In a Least Square Method, the Coefficient of
Determination**

*Provides the value of the slope of the SLR model*

- True b) False

*Can vary between 0 and 1*

- True b) False

*Can vary between -1 and 1*

- True b) False

*Provides the intercept of the SLR model*

True b) False

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1. A confidence interval for the true slope b1 can never be used
to test if b1 is equal to 0. (True/ False)
2. The coefficient of determination is the percent of total
variation explained by the regression model. (True/ False)
3. The coefficient of determination can never be greater than 1.
(True/ False)
4. The predictor variable in regression analysis is referred to
as the independent variable. (True/ False)

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