can i reject the null in this multiple regession...

Reply Fri 2 Jul, 2021 12:06 pm
Hi everyone, curently on the second module of my masters and learning about multiple regression, it is blowing my mind to be honest!!

in this scenario should i reject the null hypotheses or not as one variable at the end had a high p value, any help would be hugely appreciated. thanks in advance!!

using multiple regression, the model found a medium effect size, R2 = 0.13, R2adj = 0.10. The levels of PV1 and PV2 had a significant impact on OV, F(2, 65) = 4.82, p = .011.

significant relationship between OV and Pv2, t = -2.84, df = 67, p = 0.006, model predicted that DV would decrease by -1.60 for every unit of PV1.

PV2 was not found to be a significant predictor of OV, t = 0.49, df = 67, p = .628.
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