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how many cars would you predict would run the red light?” Use the following scenario for 25 only. Use the method of regression analysis to test the relationsp between temperature (X) and the number of cars recorded as speeding (Y). Set α = .05 Temperature Number of Cars Speeding 50 10 65 12 80 16 85 16 90

Quiz 11 Questions 21-24 refer to the following situation: On  s morning commute, a researcher notices that the shorter the interval  of time between traffic light changes, the more vecles run the red  light. Interested in ts relationsp, the researcher conducts an  experiment over the next few weeks.  Each morning he first chooses a  traffic light at random. Once the light changes, he begins counting the  number of vecles running red lights. He continues to count until the  light changes again. The data on six lights is as follows: Length of Light (X)    Number of Cars (Y) 10                           20 13                            19 19                            17 25                            11 28                            9 30                            8 21. Calculate the regression line. 22. What is the Y-intercept? 23. Calculate the coefficient of determination. 24. “If the length of a light was 7 seconds, how many cars would you predict would run the red light?” Use the following scenario for 25 only. Use  the method of regression analysis to test the relationsp between  temperature (X) and the number of cars recorded as speeding (Y). Set α =  .05 Temperature    Number of Cars Speeding 50                   10 65   12 80   16 85   16 90   13 70   10 75   12 25. Use  the method of regression analysis to test the relationsp between  temperature (X) and the number of cars reordered as speeding (Y). Set  __=.05

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