Do the assumptions about the error terms seem to be satisfied? No, the plot of the residuals suggests that the error term assumptions are not satisfied v d. Compute the standardized residuals. Enter negative values as negative numbers. standardized residual (to 4 decimal places) 1.32 1. (to 4 decimal places) -0.59 2. (to 4 decimal places) -1.11 (to 4 decimal places) -0.39 4. (to 4 decimal places) 1.49 e. Develop a plot of the standardized residuals against y. 1. nment: Chapter 14 Assignment Asi Submit A Save ons Exercise 14.45 Video eBook Given are the data for two variables, T and y. 6 11 15 18 20 12 20 30 8. 9. Compute b and bo (to 3 decimals). Enter negative values as negative numbers. a. 611.58/3 -7.02 negative numbers.

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Given are the data for two variables x and y.

xi  6 11 15 18 20

yi  6  8  12  20  30

D. Compute the standard residuals. Enter negative valies as negative numbers. 

1. ?

2 ?   (To 4 decimal places)

3. ?  (To 4 decimal places)

4  ?  (To 4 decimal places)

5  ?  (To 4 decimal places)

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Do the assumptions about the error terms seem to be satisfied?
No, the plot of the residuals suggests that the error term assumptions are not satisfied v
d. Compute the standardized residuals. Enter negative values as negative numbers.
standardized residual
(to 4 decimal places)
1.32
1.
(to 4 decimal places)
-0.59
2.
(to 4 decimal places)
-1.11
(to 4 decimal places)
-0.39
4.
(to 4 decimal places)
1.49
e. Develop a plot of the standardized residuals against y.
1.
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Exercise 14.45
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Given are the data for two variables, T and y.
6 11 15 18 20
12 20 30
8.
9.
Compute b and bo (to 3 decimals). Enter negative values as negative numbers.
a.
611.58/3
-7.02
negative numbers.
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Do the assumptions about the error terms seem to be satisfied? No, the plot of the residuals suggests that the error term assumptions are not satisfied v d. Compute the standardized residuals. Enter negative values as negative numbers. standardized residual (to 4 decimal places) 1.32 1. (to 4 decimal places) -0.59 2. (to 4 decimal places) -1.11 (to 4 decimal places) -0.39 4. (to 4 decimal places) 1.49 e. Develop a plot of the standardized residuals against y. 1.

nment: Chapter 14 Assignment Asi Submit A Save ons Exercise 14.45 Video eBook Given are the data for two variables, T and y. 6 11 15 18 20 12 20 30 8. 9. Compute b and bo (to 3 decimals). Enter negative values as negative numbers. a. 611.58/3 -7.02 negative numbers.