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Suppose you find the ANOVA table shown in Table 11 2

Suppose you find the ANOVA table shown in Table 11.2 for a simple linear regression.

Table 11.2 ANOVA Table

Degrees of Freedom Sum of Squares

Explained ....... 52

Unexplained ..... 87

Total ......... 1598

a. Find the correlation between X and Y, assuming that the slope of the least squares line is negative.

b. Find the p-value for the test of the hypothesis of no explanatory power at all. What does it tell you in this particular case?

Table 11.2 ANOVA Table

Degrees of Freedom Sum of Squares

Explained ....... 52

Unexplained ..... 87

Total ......... 1598

a. Find the correlation between X and Y, assuming that the slope of the least squares line is negative.

b. Find the p-value for the test of the hypothesis of no explanatory power at all. What does it tell you in this particular case?

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