Posted: July 12th, 2016
Answer the following questions (each question should be a separate worksheet tab labeled as q1, q2, etc.) (point values for each component are noted):
1. (12) For each of the six potential sales price drivers (sq footage, baths, bedrooms, year built, car garage size, and fenced (yes=1, no = 0)) do each of the following:
a. Prepare a scatter plot. The y axes should be sales price, and the x axes will be one of the potential drivers.
i. Please title each axis so I know which sales price driver is being included in the chart.
ii. Include a trend line for each plot along with the equation and R2.
iii. Please make separate charts for each driver (no more than 2 per tab -charts1, charts2, etc.).
iv. Be sure to properly label the tabs so that I can find the charts in your Excel file.
2. (12) Using the regression feature within data analysis, find the:
ii. R2, and
iii. intercept for each sales price driver.
3. (10) Based solely on the scatterplot appearance, without reference to the numbers you developed with the regression analysis, comment on the appropriateness of each potential sales price driver.
4. (10) Based on the scatterplots, the regression information, and the information in the background materials, choose the best sales price driver. Explain your choice, including a discussion of why other sales price drivers were not chosen.
5. (10) What is the regression equation that you found for the best sales price driver?
6. (10) Explain what this “best” regression equation tells you (specifically).
7. (10) What is the “best” multiple regression equation for sales price? You might have to create several equations with a combination of variables to find this equation (or, there might not be any useful sales price drivers from this dataset).
8. (8) Assume that the following is the best multiple regression equation (it isn’t!).
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