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    Performing a multiple regression with 3 independent variables

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    Identify at your place of work (or a previous place of work, or an organization with which you are affiliated). Identify a dependent variable and 3 independent variables, which you believe affect the dependent variable. Enter the data into Minitab; run the multiple regression analysis; and provide your interpretation.

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    Suppose in my work place, I want to check if there is a relationship between the number of aggravated assaults (in thousands) per year and 3 independent variables: police expenditures, population (in millions) and unemployment. The data is cited from Fox, J. (2000). Multiple and ...

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    The solution gives detailed steps on performing a multiple regression with 3 independent variables. All formula and calculations are shown and explained.

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