Problem 5 Using a Regression Equation The regression equation for the association between BMI and total cholesterol level is y 28.07 6.49x A. Suppose a participant has a BMI of 26. What would we estimate the total cholesterol to be? B. Suppose two individuals have a BMI that differs by 3 units. What is the estimated difference in total cholesterol? 18-35 C. What ranges of BMI should the equation be used to predict total cholesterol?

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Problem 5

Problem 5 Using a Regression Equation
The regression equation for the association between
BMI and total cholesterol level is
y 28.07 6.49x
A. Suppose a participant has a BMI of 26. What would
we estimate the total cholesterol to be?
B. Suppose two individuals have a BMI that differs by
3 units. What is the estimated difference in total
cholesterol?
18-35
C. What ranges of BMI should the equation be used to
predict total cholesterol?
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Problem 5 Using a Regression Equation The regression equation for the association between BMI and total cholesterol level is y 28.07 6.49x A. Suppose a participant has a BMI of 26. What would we estimate the total cholesterol to be? B. Suppose two individuals have a BMI that differs by 3 units. What is the estimated difference in total cholesterol? 18-35 C. What ranges of BMI should the equation be used to predict total cholesterol?

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