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StatisticsQ&A LibraryThe Condé Nast Traveler Gold List provides ratings for the top 20 small cruise ships. The data shown below are the scores each ship received based upon the results from Condé Nast Traveler's Annual Readers' Choice Survey. Each score represents the percentage of respondents who rated a ship as excellent or very good on several criteria, including Shore Excursions and Food/Dining. An overall score was also reported and used to rank the ships. The highest ranked ship, the Seabourn Odyssey, has an overall score of 94.4, the highest component of which is 97.8 for Food/Dining. 1.Determine an estimated regression equation that can be used to predict the overall score given the score for Shore Excursions. (Round your numerical values to two decimal places. Let x1represent the Shore Excursions score and y represent the overall score.) 2. Consider the addition of the independent variable Food/Dining. Develop the estimated regression equation that can be used to predict the overall score given the scores for Shore Excursions and Food/Dining. (Round your numerical values to two decimal places. Let x1 represent the Shore Excursions score, x2 represent the Food/Dining score, and y represent the overall score.) 3.Predict the overall score for a cruise ship with a Shore Excursions score of 81 and a Food/Dining Score of 90. (Round your answer to one decimal place.)Start your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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The *Cond*é *Nast Traveler* Gold List provides ratings for the top 20 small cruise ships. The data shown below are the scores each ship received based upon the results from *Cond*é *Nast Traveler's* Annual Readers' Choice Survey. Each score represents the percentage of respondents who rated a ship as excellent or very good on several criteria, including Shore Excursions and Food/Dining. An overall score was also reported and used to rank the ships. The highest ranked ship, the *Seabourn Odyssey*, has an overall score of 94.4, the highest component of which is 97.8 for Food/Dining.

1.Determine an estimated regression equation that can be used to predict the overall score given the score for Shore Excursions. (Round your numerical values to two decimal places. Let *x*_{1}represent the Shore Excursions score and *y* represent the overall score.)

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Consider the addition of the independent variable Food/Dining. Develop the estimated regression equation that can be used to predict the overall score given the scores for Shore Excursions and Food/Dining. (Round your numerical values to two decimal places. Let *x*_{1} represent the Shore Excursions score, *x*_{2} represent the Food/Dining score, and *y* represent the overall score.)

3.Predict the overall score for a cruise ship with a Shore Excursions score of 81 and a Food/Dining Score of 90. (Round your answer to one decimal place.)

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