# In exercise 10, data showing the values of several pitching statistics for a random sample of 20 pitchers from the American League of Major League Baseball were provided (MLB website, March 1, 2012). In part (c) of this exercise an estimated regression equation was developed to predict the average number of runs given up per inning pitched (R/IP) given the

In exercise 10, data showing the values of several pitching statistics for a random sample of 20 pitchers from the American League of Major League Baseball were provided (MLB website, March 1, 2012). In part (c) of this exercise an estimated regression equation was developed to predict the average number of runs given up per inning pitched (R/IP) given the average number of strikeouts per inning pitched (SO/IP) and the average number of home runs per inning pitched (HR/IP).

a. Use the F test to determine the overall significance of the relationship. What is your conclusion at the .05 level of significance?

b. Use the t test to determine the significance of each independent variable. What is your conclusion at the .05 level of significance?

a. Use the F test to determine the overall significance of the relationship. What is your conclusion at the .05 level of significance?

b. Use the t test to determine the significance of each independent variable. What is your conclusion at the .05 level of significance?

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