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The coefficient of determination between housing starts and interest rates for a sample of 30 quarters was .65. The standard error of the estimate was 20. Develop an ANOVA table.

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The coefficient of determination between housing starts and interest rates for a sample of 30 quarters was .65. The standard error of the estimate was 20. Develop an ANOVA table.

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