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# Name: ______________

Prof. Safe

## Multiple Linear Regression Worksheet

Work Independently

A real estate expert was interested in developing a regression model that relates the selling price (in thousand of
dollars) of properties to characteristics of the properties. Data were available on 30 properties that were sold
recently. The expert developed a long list of possible explanatory variables. After a careful screening, it was
decided that the following four characteristics should be considered.
Variable
x1
x2
x3
x4

Description
Property taxes (annual taxes in dollars)
House size (floor area in square feet)
Lot size (in acres)
Attractiveness Index

## Regression Analysis: Selling Price versus Taxes, House, Lot, Attract

The regression equation is
Selling Price = 11.8 - 0.0233 Taxes + 0.109 House + 44.4 Lot + 2.99 Attract
Predictor
Constant
Taxes
House
Lot
Attract

Coef
11.83
-0.02331
0.10948
44.40
2.9926

S = 32.13

SE Coef
66.32
0.02056
0.02442
21.76
0.6589

R-Sq = 72.1%

T
0.18
-1.13
4.48
2.04
4.54

P
0.860
0.268
0.000
0.052
0.000

Analysis of Variance
Source
Regression
Residual Error
Total

(a)

DF
4
25
29

SS
66827
25815
92641

MS
16707
1033

F
16.18

P
0.000

Write out the general Multiple linear regression model for this problem with the variables
where Y = selling price of properties
Y=B0+B1X1+B2X2+B3X3+B4X4+E
Write out the estimated (least-squares) regression line for this problem.

(b)

Selling Price = 11.8 - 0.0233 Taxes + 0.109 House + 44.4 Lot + 2.99 Attract

(c)

Use the estimated regression line to predict the average selling price of 2900 square-foot homes on a 2.5acre lot with \$6000 in annual property taxes and an attractive index of 45.

.099

## Selling Price = 11.8 - 0.0233(6000) + 0.109(2900) + 44.4(2.5) + 2.99(45)

= 433.65
So, the predicted average selling price is \$433,650 dollars.

Name: ______________
(d)

Prof. Safe

## What is the b3 slope estimate in terms of this problem?

b3 = 44.40.
So, given that taxes, house size and attractiveness index remain fixed, then for every acre increase in lot size, we predict that
the average selling price of the house will increase by \$44,400 dollars.

(e)

What is the correlation coefficient determined by the multiple linear regression model using taxes, house
size, lot size, and attractiveness as predictors?
67.7 %

(f)

What percentage of variation in selling price is explained by the multiple linear regression model using taxes,
house size, lot size, and attractiveness as predictors?

72.1 %
(g)

State your decision regarding the null hypothesis about the slope b 3 in (d). (Use
(Accept or reject Ho) Explain

= 0.05)

Reject H0, The evidence suggests that there is a linear relationship between house selling price and at least one of
taxes, house size, and lot size or attractiveness index.
(h)

## and got the following :

B2 +t25*SEB2=0.10948-+2.06(0.02442)
= (0.0592.0.1598)
How would you interpret the C.I. in part (h) in terms of the problem?
We are 95% confident that for every increase in house size while taxes, lot size and attractiveness index remain fixed, that
the mean house selling price increases by \$59 to \$160.