###### Question: MY NOTES ASK YOUR TEACHER PRACTICE ANOTHER - Points DETAILS ASWSBE13 14 E.037. You may need to use the preprate to technion to answer the question The data belogue the tasted gross incomex and the amount of tered deductions taken by taxpayers y. Data were reported XY Adjusted Groe Income hemzed Deductions ($1.000) ($1,000) y) X? 484 729 کیا 1 . 11.2 254.2 92.16 27 10.1 32 3.2 532.8 1024 2304 u 225 102.0) 1.21 135 077.5 בנר 31 3.25 17.7 85 15 04.5 2870 14400 552.26 120 23.5 with the estimated regression equation = 5.33 0.14x, the point estimate of a reasonable level of total temed deductions for a thyer with an adjusted gross income of $47.500 5$11.980. (a) Develop a 95% confidence interval for the mean amount of total temed deductions in thousands of dollars) for all taxpayers wth an asted gross incore of $47.500. (Round your answers to two decimal places.)$10.99 thousand to $18.98 thousand lowers 11.98-7.5700 -0.9894. Juu+7.5.2) (1949) 10.9 U pour - 11.98 2.5706 -0.4854/1/1)+(147.5-57)717448))) = 19.48 (5) Develop a 95% prediction interval estimate for the amount of total temered deductions in thousands of dollars) for a particular taxpayer with an adjusted gross income of$47.500. (Round your answers to two decimal places) 9.25 thousand to s thousand low-49-3:5700..999-C /-)+L(47.5-57-7704) -4.5 Upper - 1198 +5.570.0.5894 CM +1147.53-57)7648))) = 145 (c) the particular taxpayer referred to in part (b) claimed total temized deductions of $18,400, would the IRS agent's request for an et appear to be justified? Since the predicted amount of temized deduction is significantly greater than the actual claimed temized deductions, the agent's request for an audit appears to be justified. Since the predicted amount of temized deduction is roughly the same as the actual claimed temized deductions, the agent's request for an audit does not appear to be justified. Since the predicted amount of temized deductions is significantly less than the actual claimed temized deductions, the agent's request for an audit appears to be justified. Since the predicted amount of temized deduction is roughly the same as the actual claimed temized deductions, the agert's request for an audit appears to be justified. Since the predicted amount of temized deductions is significantly greater than the actual claimed temazed deductions, the agents request for an audit does not appear to be justified. Use your answer to part (b) to give the IRS agent a guideline as to the amount of total temized deductions in thousands of dollars) a taxpayer with an adjusted gross income of$47,500 could claim before an audit is recommended. (Round your answer to two decimal places.) upper Any deductions exceeding the si thousand -Select- It could suggest an audit. Need Help? Ex = 399 {y= 95.1 Exy=6528.4 Ex30391 1457.33 slope, bo Ssxy/SSxx 1107.7.17648.0.14 n=7 y = Exln = 39917 y-intercept, ay-by=15.5957-10.14.57. 5.53 9.5.55 +0.14* =47.5 y = Eyln: 95.117. 9.5.35+(0.44)-47.5=11.88 s3xx - {x²-(&x) "In : 30391-(399)217=7648 Syy: Ey (Eye/n 1457.93-(95.15-17.165.3085714 Sowy. Exy-(E) (Ey=65084-(399X95.1/7.1,107.7

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