## CHECK THESE SAMPLES OF Multiple Regression

...r capita income (PINCOME), school dropout rates (DROPOUT), precipitation amounts (PRECIP), percentage of public aid recipients (PUBAID), population density (DENSITY), public aid for families with kids in terms of dollars received (KIDS), percentage of unemployed workers (UNEMPLOY), percentage of population living in urban areas. The methodology that we use is that of **multiple** **regression** analysis to obtain the magnitude and signs of the coefficients and t and F-tests obtain whether the respective coefficients are significant, individually, or jointly. The **regression** equation we estimate is the following: (1) Results In this section we present the results of the analysis. Table 1 presents the results of the estimation of equation (1). Table...

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... variable, such a model is of limited value because the predictions made from such models are too inaccurate to be useful in a real-world setting. Thus, when one wants to be able to predict an outcome at a more precise level, it is more advantageous to use the information that may be provided by two or more variables in an explanatory framework (Burt, Barber, & Rigby, 2009). Thus, **multiple** **regression** analysis should allow an analyst to arrive at better predictions. For example, a student may want to find out the perfect model to getting high grades in school. Using the results of his individual exams as the dependent variable, he may hypothesize that amount of time spent studying, amount of sleep taken the night before the exam, amount...

20 Pages(5000 words)Term Paper

.... Minitab was used to perform **multiple** **regression** analysis. It was found that only two variables had a significant relationship with the variable crime rates: dropouts and urban. It was found that as percentage of dropouts increased, the crime rate per thousand inhabitants also increased. It is also evident from the data set that urban areas are having higher crime rates as compared to rural areas. Other variables included in the study did not have much impact on the dependent variable. Introduction Property crimes in an area can be thought of function of many factors. Some of these factors along with hypothesized direction of the relation are: State – different states will have different property crimes Per capita income – higher the per...

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... prices 1 unemployment +16% -0.261299388 1 Correlation between house prices and interest rates house prices interest rates house price 1 interest rates -0.411084402 1 SUMMARY OUTPUT **Regression** Statistics **Multiple** R 0.90789 R Square 0.824264 Adjusted R Square 0.803589 Standard Error 19808.81 Observations 39 ANOVA df SS MS F Significance F **Regression** 4 6.26E+10 1.56E+10 39.86792 2.18E-12 Residual 34 1.33E+10 3.92E+08 Total 38 7.59E+10 Coefficients Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0% Intercept -990612 261023.7 -3.7951 0.00058 -1521076 -460148 -1521076 -460147.975 56096677 0.018959 0.004554 4.162809 0.000203 0.009703 0.028214 0.009703 0.028214324 0 0.073902 0.064824 1.140048 0.262234 -0.05784...

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... the determined **regression** formula. On the other hand, **multiple** **regressions** is used to establish the relationship between one dependent variable and more than one independent variables. In this case, the dependent variable is affected directly by more than one independent variable and the manner in which it is affected is established by the **multiple** **regression** analysis. This analysis comes up with a formula which can be used to predict the value of the dependent variable given a set of corresponding independent variables. It is not possible to conduct **multiple** **regression** analysis using only the data that I have been collecting as shown above. **Multiple** **regression** analysis is used in the case where the dependent variable is affected directly...

2 Pages(500 words)Coursework

...) was considered as a dependent variable (DV) while consumption, direct foreign investment (in Billion Dollars) and net exports (in Billion Dollars) were considered as explanatory variables.
Hypothesis
The Empirical research paper attempted to proof the following hypothetical statements;
H0: Responsible consumption and an increase in direct foreign investment and net exports do not affect GDP growth
H1: Responsible consumption and an increase in direct foreign investment and net exports affects GDP growth
The Model
The empirical research project attempted to predict the following models;
GDP = β0 + β1C+ β2DFI + β3NE (Where C = Consumption, DFI = Direct Foreign Investment and NE = Net Exports). In this **multiple** **regression** equation, GDP...

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...**Multiple** **regression** analysis: Factors affecting economic growth November 28, **Multiple** **regression** analysis: Factors affecting economic growth
Executive summary
Economic growth is one of the significant factors to governments’ responsibilities. Existing literature suggests that factors such as labor force, foreign direct investment, and foreign trade influence economic growth. This report investigated relationship between economic capacity (measured through gross domestic product) and the factors. Using data from the Central Intelligence Agency and Excel for data analysis, the report identifies positive effects of labor force and imports and negative effects of foreign direct investments inflow and export on economic capacity. Governments...

3 Pages(750 words)Statistics Project

... Due: Introduction In this study we intended to establish the relationship between the value of Qatar’s exports in the oil and gas sector and the size of Qatar’s economy (as measured by GDP), the size of the economy of the importing country (as measured by GDP) and the distance between Qatar and the importing country. To determine the relationship, we conducted a **multiple** **regression** test and the results are shown in the preceding sections below;
Output
The following output was generated from excel;
The table below gives the summary output;
Goodness of fit statistics:
Observations
391.000
Sum of weights
391.000
DF
387.000
R²
0.448
Adjusted R²
0.444
MSE
6.273
RMSE
2.505
MAPE
13.071
DW
1.943
Cp
4.000
AIC
721.961
SBC
737.836
PC
0.563...

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... the chosen level of significance which is considered as 0.05 levels. On the other hand the alternate hypothesis will contend that there is significant relation of the dependant variable with the independent variables if the p value of the framed **regression** is less than the chosen level of significance which is considered as 0.05 levels (Lehman and Romano, 2005).
Coefficient of determination is the association factor of the independent variables with the dependent one, more the value moves towards 100% the relation will be considered stronger and more it moves towards 0% the relations are considered weak
Framed **Regression** Model for the case study
**Multiple** Linear **Regression** - Estimated **Regression**...

1 Pages(250 words)Case Study

Symptoms include weakness, tingling, numbness, fatigue, lack of coordination, balance and vision problems, tremors, muscle stiffness, slurred speech, bowel and bladder problems, sexual dysfunction, memory and reasoning problems, and partial or complete paralysis. There are four known courses of the progression of this disease: a relapsing-remitting course which is the most common of all courses, primary-progressive MS, secondary-progressive MS, and progressive-relapsing MS. MS is currently untreatable but medication is available to slow the progression of the illness (Carlson and Reingold, 2006).

Patients with MS face several physical and psychosocial problems (Pakenham, Stewart and Rogers, 1997) and more commonly exhibit emo...

7 Pages(1750 words)Article

...Why **Multiple** Intelligence Is Important In The room I. Introduction The theory of **Multiple** Intelligence (MI) is a product of years of research conducted by Dr. Howard Gardner. Dr. Gardner proposed the MI theory in his book Frames of Mind: The Theory of **Multiple** Intelligences which was published in 1983. In defining intelligence, Dr. Garner said that "Intelligence is a biopsychological potential to process information that can be activated in a cultural setting to solve problems or create products that are of value in a culture" (Gardener H. 1999 page 34). According to Dr. Garner, intelligence should not be measured by the IQ of the person alone and that without productivity, high IQ should not be equated with intelligence (Gardener H. 1999...

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Using **Multiple** Interventions to Improve Mathematics Achievement with Grade 8 Students
Table of Contents
Abstract 5
Chapter 1 7
Introduction 7
Setting 7
Nature of the Problem 10
Table 1. Grades 6 and 7 Mathematics State Assessment Scores 10
State Mathematics Content Standards 12
Table 2 Annual Yearly Progress Achievement Targets, 2008-2014 13
Background and Significance of the Problem 15
Small-Group Instruction 18
Mathematics Manipulatives 19
Teacher Training in Mathematics 22
Table 3 Teacher Certification 25
Research Questions 25
Summary 26
Definition of Terms 27
Chapter 2: Review of the Related Literature 28
Introduction 28
Review of Instructional Use of Manipulative Tools 31
Mathematics Manipulatives in the Middle Grades 34
New...

118 Pages(29500 words)Research Proposal

...RUNNING HEAD: Impact of **Multiple** Sclerosis on Family Impact of **Multiple** Sclerosis on Family of the Under the guidance of Impact of **Multiple** Sclerosis on Family
Introduction
Chronic illnesses not only impact the life of the patients but also that of their family members. They can have a holistic impact on the physical, social, emotional, spiritual, economic and psychological well being of both the patient and the family members. One such illness which can severely impact the family members is **multiple** sclerosis. **Multiple** sclerosis imposes a certain amount of burden not only on the patients but also on the caregivers. The unpredictability of the prognosis, the possibility of severe physical disability and cognitive add to the despair...

10 Pages(2500 words)Case Study

... + β1ya (where yas are the IV) were estimated. From the results, investments and disposable income have a statistically significant impact on GDP while consumption and net exports are not significant at 5% level of significance. Considering each IV alone Vs GDP, then it is significant at 5% level of significance.
Table of Contents
Abstract 1
Table of Contents 2
List of Tables 2
List of Figures 2
Introduction 3
Literature Review 3
Data 4
Model 4
Results 4
**Multiple** **Regression**-Full Model 5
Simple **Regressions** 7
Conclusions 13
References 14
Appendix 15
List of Tables
Table 1: Heteroskedasticity Test of the Full Model 6
Table 2: Full Model Coefficients with Robust Errors 6
Table 3: Endogenity Test Results 7
Table 4: Correlations 7
Table 5...

8 Pages(2000 words)Essay

...TABLE OF CONTENTS Part European Agri-Business 3 Introduction 3 Correlation Coefficient (r) and Correlation of Determination (R2) 4 **Regression** Equation 6
Predictions 8
Part 2 Retail Sales by Food Stores 9
Introduction 10
Time Line 10
Seasonal Variations 11
Predictions 11
Bibliography 13
Glossary 13
Appendices 14
PART I
EUROPEAN AGRI-BUSINESS
Introduction
The data under study contains the end-of-year figures (employees and sales) for some of the main European agri-business companies. These 22 companies mainly sell food and drink. The figures given are for business activity within Europe only. The sales of these 22 companies consists of 471,000 employees is 122 billion Euros. The descriptive statistics, shown in Table 1, provides...

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...Function of Myelin and Neuropsychological Impact of **Multiple** Sclerosis which Causes Demyelination Murtaza, Muhammad Junaid Islamabad, Pakistan Abstract
This paper explores the specialized function of myelin and a disorder that causes degeneration of myelin sheath or demyelination. Axons are wrapped in cells with a high concentration of a
white, fatty substance called Myelin.Myelin sheath not only serve as a fatty insulating material covering the axon, but also speeds up the transmission of that moves along axon. Myelinated neurons differ with unmyelinated neurons because of its size and functionality. The myelin sheath is derived from special type of Glial cell that provides various type of support for neurons, because of certain...

6 Pages(1500 words)Term Paper

It is on account of this reason that efforts must be made to reduce stress. This research paper focuses on the overall issue of informal caregiving and concludes with recommendations and suggestions for reducing stress in the lives of such informal caregivers.

Individuals across different age groups are involved in providing informal care to their family and/or friends suffering from chronic illnesses. Their activities range from caring for them by assisting in day to day activities to providing end of life care. Such activities not only involve physical stress but mental stress as well. It could have a devastating effect on the informal caregivers, due to the nature of their jobs and criticality of the illnesses of their loved...

6 Pages(1500 words)Research Paper

... Gait abnormality can be defined basically as the problems that an individual goes through while walking. Such problems have proved somehow difficult to solve medically. Despite the fact that most cases of gait abnormalities are caused by physical malfunction they are also other types that can come about unconsciously. Gait abnormalities result in gait patterns which this paper is going to examine in relation to **Multiple** Sclerosis. Gait patterns have been observed to be affected in several ways by **Multiple** Sclerosis. **Multiple** Sclerosis is known for its limitation with regards to locomotion and activity. These limitations are responsible for the effect the disease has on gait patterns. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects...

42 Pages(10500 words)Research Paper

... from this **regression** to your estimates from Model #1 & Model #2 in your Table 7.1A. Explain in words why these observed results make sense.
SOLUTION
The value of R-Squared is 0.755, a value which is much higher than that observed in model #1 (0.051) and model #2 (0.427), this means that we have included important variables that affect the dependent variable into the model. The effect of unexplained variables (residual) is so immense in the model hence explaining the drastic change in R2.
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Force Constant to Zero
FALSE
**Regression** Statistics
**Multiple** R
0.869
R Square
0.755
Goodness of Fit < 0.80
Adjusted R Square
0.754
Standard Error
9.448
Observations
420
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Force Constant to Zero
FALSE...

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Although the disease can occur at any age, it is mostly diagnosed in persons between 20 and 40 years of age, most of whom are women. New symptoms may either occur in isolated attacks, refered to as relapsing forms, or build up over time, which is refered to as the progressive form. It is possible for the symptoms to completely disappear in-between attacks but, especially in cases where the disease advances, permanent neurological issues can also occur (CFF 2014, p. 1). The cause of MS may not be clear presently, but the failure of the cells that produce myelin and the destruction caused by the immune system are opined to be the underlying mechanisms. Viruses, genetics and the environment have also been reported to be factors that...

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