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Microsoft® Office Excel® 2007: Data Analysis and Business Modeling, Second Edition by Wayne L. Winston

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Chapter 47. Introduction to Multiple Regression

  • Our factory manufactures three products. How can I predict the cost of running the factory based on the number of units produced?

  • How accurate are my forecasts for predicting monthly cost based on units produced?

  • I know how to use the Data Analysis command to run a multiple regression. Is there a way to run the regression without using this command and place the regression’s results in the same worksheet as the data?

Our factory manufactures three products. How can I predict the cost of running the factory based on the number of units produced?

  • In Chapter 43 through Chapter 45, I described how to use the trend curve in Microsoft Office Excel 2007 to predict one variable (called y, or the dependent variable) ...

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