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Model: 01) Co.

Vs T
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.95748533
R Square
0.916778157
Adjusted R Square
0.913159816
Standard Error
1.396721163
Observations
25
ANOVA
df
1
23
24

SS
494.2813099
44.86909015
539.1504

Coefficients
2.743277552
0.80097597

Standard
Error
0.675205944
0.050320171

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Tar content (mg)

MS
494.28131
1.95083

F
253.36975

Significance F
6.55224E-14

t Stat
4.0628753
15.917592

P-value
0.0004812
6.552E-14

Lower 95%
1.346507645
0.696880766

Upper 95%
4.14004746
0.90507117

Lower 95.0%
1.346507645
0.696880766

Upper 95.0%
4.140047458
0.905071173

Co = 2.743+0.8009*Tar
t = 15.917
Adjusted R Square = 91.3%
Interpretation:
Here Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 91.3%. Also, if t Stat is close to 2 or more than 2, then it is significant and
here t = 15.917, so it is significant and Tar content is significantly related with Co.

Model: 02) Co Vs. N


SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.925947305
0.857378412
0.851177473
1.828452497
25

ANOVA
df
1
23
24

SS
462.2559137
76.89448626
539.1504

MS
462.2559
3.343239

F
138.2659

Significance F
3.31172E-11

Coefficients
1.664666473
12.39540567

Standard Error
0.993601759
1.054151882

t Stat
1.675386
11.75865

P-value
0.107403
3.31E-11

Lower 95%
-0.390755356
10.21472637

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Nicotine content (mg)

Upper 95%
3.720088303
14.57608497

Lower 95.0%
-0.390755356
10.21472637

Upper 95.0%
3.720088303
14.57608497

Co= 1.664+12.39*Nicotine
t= 11.758
Adjusted R Square= 85.11%
Interpretation:
Here Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 85.11%. On the other hand, if t Stat is close to 2 or more than 2, then it is
significant and here t = 11.758, so it is significant and Nicotine content is significantly related with Co.

Model: 03) Co. Vs W


SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.463959197
0.215258137
0.181138925
4.288984321
25

ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

1
23
24

Intercept
Weight (g)

Coefficients
11.79527119
25.06819775

SS
116.0565104
423.0938896
539.1504

MS
116.0565
18.39539

F
6.309001

Significance F
0.019481173

Standard
Error

t Stat

P-value

Lower 95%

Upper 95%

Lower
95.0%

Upper
95.0%

9.721626229
9.980282086

-1.2133
2.511772

0.237328
0.019481

-31.90598716
4.422411379

8.315444782
45.71398413

31.90598716
4.422411379

8.315444782
45.71398413

Co=-11.795+25.06*Weight
t= 2.51
Adjusted R square=18.11%
Interpretation: Here, Adjusted R Square has value which is not close to 1, so it is not significant with 18.11%. On the other hand, if t Stat is
close to 2 or more than 2, then it is significant and here t = 2.51, so it is significantly related with Co.
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Model: 04) Co Vs. T&N


SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.9584284
0.918585
0.9111836
1.4125242
25

ANOVA
df
2
22
24

SS
495.2554571
43.89494291
539.1504

MS
247.63
1.9952

F
124.11

Significance F
1.04172E-12

Coefficients
3.0896093
0.9624741
-2.6462721

Standard Error
0.843769957
0.236663341
3.787198821

t Stat
3.6617
4.0668
-0.699

P-value
0.0014
0.0005
0.492

Lower 95%
1.339737483
0.471664375
-10.50044173

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Tar content (mg)
Nicotine content (mg)

Upper 95%
4.83948104
1.45328383
5.20789747

Lower 95.0%
1.33973748
0.47166438
-10.500442

Upper 95.0%
4.83948104
1.45328383
5.20789747

Co= 3.089+0.962*Tar-2.646*Nicotine
Adjusted R Square= 91.11%
t(Tar)= 4.07
t(Nicotine)=-0.698
Interpretation: Here Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 91.11%. On the other hand, if t Stat is close to 2 or more
than 2, then it is significant and here t(Tar)= 4.07, so it is significant but t(Nicotine)= -0.698, which is not significantly related with Co.
Model: 05) Co Vs. N&W
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SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.92594779
0.8573793
0.84441378
1.86954062
25

ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Nicotine content (mg)
Weight (g)

2
22
24

SS
462.2563929
76.89400706
539.1504

Coefficients Standard Error


1.61397795
4.446630071
12.3881157
1.244734426
0.05882551
5.02395282

MS
231.13
3.4952

F
Significance F
66.128
4.96602E-10

Pvalue
0.7201
1E-09
0.9908

t Stat
0.363
9.9524
0.0117

Lower 95%
-7.607768359
9.80669451
-10.36021489

Upper 95%
10.8357243
14.9695369
10.4778659

Lower
95.0%
-7.60776836
9.80669451
-10.3602149

Upper
95.0%
10.8357243
14.9695369
10.4778659

Co= 1.61+12.38*Nicotine+0.058*weight
Adjusted R square= 84.44%
t(Nicotine)= 9.952
t(Weight)= 0.011
Interpretation: Here, Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 84.44%. On the other hand, if t Stat is close to 2 or more
than 2, then it is significant and here t(Nicotine)= 9.952, so it is significant but t(Weight)= 0.011, which is not significantly related with Co.
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Model: 06) Co Vs. W&T


SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.95750961
0.91682466
0.90926326
1.42771303
25

ANOVA
df
2
22
24

SS
494.3063809
44.84401912
539.1504

MS
247.15
2.0384

F
121.25

Significance F
1.31808E-12

Coefficients
3.11433366
0.8041891
-0.42287387

Standard Error
3.416204091
0.05903502
3.81299012

t Stat
0.9116
13.622
-0.111

P-value
0.3718
3E-12
0.9127

Lower 95%
-3.970439971
0.681757966
-8.330531348

Regression
Residual
Total

Intercept
Tar content (mg)
Weight (g)

Upper 95%
10.19910728
0.926620241
7.484783614

Lower 95.0%
-3.970439971
0.681757966
-8.330531348

Upper 95.0%
10.19910728
0.926620241
7.484783614

Co= 3.11+0.804*Tar-0.422*Weight
Adjusted R Square= 90.9%
T (Tar)= 13.622
T (Weight)= -0.11
Interpretation: Here Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 90.9%. On the other hand, if t Stat is close to 2 or more
than 2, then it is significant and here t(Tar)= 13.6222, so it is significant but t(Weight)= -0.11, which is not significantly related with Co.
Model: 07) Co. Vs T, N & W
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SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
R Square
Adjusted R Square
Standard Error
Observations

0.95843067
0.91858935
0.90695925
1.44572581
25

ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
Intercept
Tar content (mg)
Nicotine content (mg)
Weight (g)

3
21
24

SS
495.2578144
43.89258562
539.1504

MS
165.09
2.0901

F
78.984

Significance F
1.32881E-11

Coefficients
3.20219002
0.96257386
-2.6316611
-0.1304819

Standard Error
3.461754727
0.24224436
3.900557446
3.88534182

t Stat
0.925
3.9736
-0.675
-0.034

P-value
0.3655
0.0007
0.5072
0.9735

Lower 95%
-3.996923012
0.458799134
-10.74331435
-8.210492464

Upper 95%
10.40130305
1.466348579
5.479992126
7.949528757

Lower 95.0%
-3.99692301
0.458799134
-10.7433143
-8.21049246

Upper 95.0%
10.40130305
1.466348579
5.479992126
7.949528757

Co= 3.202+0.963*Tar-2.63*Nicotine-0.130*Weight
Adjusted R Square= 90.6%
T (Tar content) = 3.9736
T (Nicotine content) = -0.675
T (Weight) = -0.034

Interpretation: Adjusted R Square has value close to 1, so it is significant with 90.6%. On the other hand, if t Stat is close to 2 or more than 2,
then it is significant and here t(Tar)= 3.97, so it is significant, but t(Nicotine)= -0.67 and t(Weight)= -0.03, which are not significantly related
with Co.