what is the mean LFPR in 1972?

5.8. Consider the following regression output†: Yˆi = 0.2033 + 0.6560Xt se = (0.0976) (0.1961) r 2 = 0.397 RSS = 0.0544 ESS = 0.0358 where Y = labor force participation rate (LFPR) of women in 1972 and X = LFPR of women in 1968. The regression results were obtained from a sample of 19 cities in the United States. c. Suppose that the LFPR in 1968 was 0.58 (or 58 percent). On the basis of the regression results given above, what is the mean LFPR in 1972? Establish a 95% confidence interval for the mean prediction.


 

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