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Show transcribed image text Regression Example Problem Set Use an alpha of 0.05 1. E 243 Data for Regression Demonstration gives the heights of students, parents, and grand-parents. In class, we will answer the questions for malÃ© heights. For homework you will answer the same questions for female heights. a) Report the summary statistics for student heights. b) Are there any outliers in heights data? c) Present a histogram of heights. d) Of all the parents and grandparents, whose height correlates best with the student height? e) Present a scatterplot of father's heights vs student heights. 1 What is the correlation coefficient of the father's height vs student height? g) Fit a regression model with student height as the dependent variable and father's height as the explanatory variable. Does the sign of the slope parameter surprise you? What does your model predict as the change in height for an additional inch of height in the father's height? h) i) What student height would you predict for a student whose father's height is 70 inches? j) What does the model tell about a student's height whose father is 55 inches tall? k) What is the estimate of the error variance? ID What is the standard error for the slope parameter? m) Construct and interpret a 1-sided 95% confidence interval for the slope parameter that provides an upper bound n) Test the atternate hypothesis that the slope parameter is not equal to zero. Is it clear that o) Compute the ANOVA table and calculate R. Explain the interpretation of the coefficient p) What is the sample correlation coefficient ""? Show that the t-statistic calculated in on average student height increases with father's height? of determination. terms of t rn-2)r is equal to the ratio of the slope estimate with standard error Fit a multiple linear regression model with all variables to predict student heights. Apply Backward Elimination process and state what model you would finally report? Also report the R2 and F-stat values for both the models. 2.

Regression Example Problem Set Use an alpha of 0.05 1. E 243 Data for Regression Demonstration gives the heights of students, parents, and grand-parents. In class, we will answer the questions for malÃ© heights. For homework you will answer the same questions for female heights. a) Report the summary statistics for student heights. b) Are there any outliers in heights data? c) Present a histogram of heights. d) Of all the parents and grandparents, whose height correlates best with the student height? e) Present a scatterplot of father's heights vs student heights. 1 What is the correlation coefficient of the father's height vs student height? g) Fit a regression model with student height as the dependent variable and father's height as the explanatory variable. Does the sign of the slope parameter surprise you? What does your model predict as the change in height for an additional inch of height in the father's height? h) i) What student height would you predict for a student whose father's height is 70 inches? j) What does the model tell about a student's height whose father is 55 inches tall? k) What is the estimate of the error variance? ID What is the standard error for the slope parameter? m) Construct and interpret a 1-sided 95% confidence interval for the slope parameter that provides an upper bound n) Test the atternate hypothesis that the slope parameter is not equal to zero. Is it clear that o) Compute the ANOVA table and calculate R. Explain the interpretation of the coefficient p) What is the sample correlation coefficient ""? Show that the t-statistic calculated in on average student height increases with father's height? of determination. terms of t rn-2)r is equal to the ratio of the slope estimate with standard error Fit a multiple linear regression model with all variables to predict student heights. Apply Backward Elimination process and state what model you would finally report? Also report the R2 and F-stat values for both the models. 2.