source of variation |degrees of freedom | sum of squares | mean squares | F
regression: ? ,384 , 48, ?
error: ? , ?, 20, ?
total: ? ,704, ? ,?
How many independent variables are in the model?
(b) (4 marks) How many observations are there?
(c) (4 marks) What is the F statistic?
(d) (4 marks) What is R2 equal to?
(e) (4 marks) What is adjusted R2 equal to?
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