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    1. A study is being undertaken of companies going public. Of particular interest is the relationship between the size of the offering and the price per share. A sample of ten companies that recently went public revealed:

    Size Price
    (millions) Per Share
    Company X Y X2 XY
    1 9.0 15.8 81.00 142.20
    2 94.4 11.3 8,911.36 1,066.72
    3 27.3 13.2 745.29 360.36
    4 179.2 10.1 32,112.64 1,809.92
    5 71.9 11.1 5,169.61 798.09
    6 97.9 11.0 9,584.41 1,076.90
    7 93.5 10.9 8,742.25 1,019.15
    8 70.0 11.7 4,900.00 819.00
    9 160.7 10.3 25,824.49 1,655.21
    10 96.5 11.6 9,312.25 1,119.40

    Total: 900.4 117.0 105,383.3 9,866.95

    a. Determine the regression equation (show your work).

    ROW X SQUARED?

    b. What does the slope of the regression equation tell us?

    10?

    c. What would you predict the price per share to be if 95 million shares were offered?

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