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Simple Linear Regression – Null Hypothesis

Simple Linear Regression – Null Hypothesis

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Sir,
As per the lecture, following image shows the result of OLS.
Simple Linear Regression OLS

<img src=”https://ibb.co/fk0QXbc&#8221; >

Hypothesis:
Ho: b1 = 0    i.e. Coeff of SAT = 0
Ha: b1 ≠ 0
P-Value for SAT = 0.000 < Significance Level (Suppose α = 0.05)
The Coeff b1 is not 0 and P-Value (0.000) is less than < α = 0.05. Therefore, we will reject Ho.
This means that SAT is a significant variable to predict GPA. There is not enough evidence to support Null Hypothesis, thus rejected.

Am I interpreting it correctly?
Regards,
Nikita

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Please do tell how to share image. As it does not display here.

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