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Problems 1 - 3 refer to the chest size and weight data for the first 12 male bears found in Data Set 3: Bears. The steps are provided in detail.
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Problems 1 - 3 refer to the chest size and weight data for the first 12 male bears found in Data Set 3: Bears.
 Find the linear correlation coefficient for the paired male bear data (chest size, weight).
Using Excel, we get the following regression table.
Multiple R 0.981981
R Square 0.964286
Adjusted R Square 0.960715
Standard Error 24.60492
df SS MS F Significance F
Regression 1 163461.6 163461.6 270.005 1.45E-08
Residual 10 6054.022 605.4022
Total 11 169515.7
Coefficients Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0%
Intercept -219.956 28.71178 -7.66083 1.72E-05 -283.93 -155.982 -283.93 -155.982
X Variable 1 11.7714 0.716378 16.43183 1.45E-08 10.17521 13.36759 10.17521 13.36759
Observation Predicted ...
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