Question;Assignment 4;Simple Regression;1.;Gather at least 30 data points of data on some sports related activity;that has two halves, such as a game or a season. Enter the source of the data.;a. If your data is an average, e.g. Earned run;average or batting average, do not double.;b. If you data is a count: e.g. first half score;or home runs in the first half of the season, double the first half number (not;the final one).;2.;Enter the data in the first two columns of a spreadsheet and produce a;scatter plot.;3.;Run a simple regression with the first half variable as the independent;variable.;4.;Paste your results on the assignment sheet.;5.;Enter the coefficient, standard error and z-statistic.;6.;Show where your estimate falls on the normal distribution provided.;7.;Is the coefficient sufficiently different from zero? Explain.;8.;Is the coefficient sufficiently different from one? Explain.;Name;Assignment Sheet;Assignment 4;Simple Regression;1. Variables;2. Source of data;3. Regression results;4. Coefficient;5. Standard error;6. z-statistic;6. Show where zero;and one fall on the normal distribution provided. Your estimate is ?, the expected value of the;coefficient.;7. Is the coefficient;sufficiently different from zero?;Explain.;8. Is the coefficient;sufficiently different from one?;Explain.
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