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when using regression in data analysis some P-values come out as #NUM!

Solved by B. C. in 23 mins

Hi, I need to use the regression tool in the data analysis toolpak, I thought I knew how to use it but the results I'm getting for the p value and other things are definitely incorrect

Solved by B. F. in 11 mins

Hi. I am doing a regression analysis on a large amount of data. The regression consists of 3 explanatory variables and I am getting a p value of 0 for all of them. Why is this so? Is something that should be changed? Thank you

Solved by T. J. in 16 mins

When using data>regression some of the P-values are not calculated and show #NUM/ but when taking another set of input for the regression the #NUM/ appears on other criteria inconsistently

Solved by D. H. in 11 mins

A criminologist is interested in the effects of unemployment and policing on murder and has run the following multiple regression: Summary Output Regression Statistics Multiple R 0.90303 R Square 0.815462 Adjusted R Square 0.762737 Standard Error 5.11041 Observations 10 Coefficients Standard Error t Statistic P-value Intercept 23.26309588 7.075518018 3.28783 0.013342 Unemployment rate 10.27754326 2.172859937 4.729961 0.002133 Police per 100,000 0.046737101 0.023409765 1.99648 0.086065

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