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Using Data > Data Analytics in Excel, do a linear regression for each type of car. Put this output on the same page as your scatter plot. NOTE: If your regression coefficients do not match the trend line equation for each car type, double check your work 7.Use Excel to calculate the correlation coefficient using the =CORREL command for each car type. Additionally,calculate the coefficient of determination for each car type as well. Put these values near your regression output. Do these values match what you found in your regression output?

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16) Create Regression and output results to cell A1 of Regr-InspHrs tab

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Regression #3 (Multiple): # Batches & Inspection Hours (IVs) on Inspection Cost (DV) 20) Create Regression and output results to cell A1 of MultRegr tab 21) Cells A37-C37 & E37 => Use formulas to reference output and create cost function (where you should be able to input a number of inspection hours into the red cells D37 and F37 and the Total Cost estimate will result in A37).

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Using Data > Data Analytics in Excel, do a linear regression for each type of car. Put this output on the same page as your scatter plot. NOTE:

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I need help with regressions. All calculations are finished, so I just need help with interpreting and presenting.

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