or5. Using your model predict nitrous oxide emitted for the condition where humidity is 50%, temperature is 76F  and the barometric pressure is 29.30.

A study was done on a diesel-powered light-duty pickup truck to see if percent humidity, air temperature in Fahrenheit, and barometric pressure influence emission of nitrous oxide (in ppm). Emission measurements were taken at different times, with varying experimental conditionsBelow is a partial analysis. Use this to answer the following questions.1. Fill out the rest of the ANOVA table based on the provided information.2. Use the table to calculate the coefficient of determination, R. Interpret.3. From the ANOVA table interpret the model utility test (f test). Use a Significance level = 0.01.i. State the Null and Alternative Hypotheses.ii. State the F statistic along with the numerator and denominator degrees of freedom and p-value.iii. What can you conclude from the test?4. From the software output state the estimated least squares regression model for5. Using your model predict nitrous oxide emitted for the condition where humidity is 50%, temperature is 76F  and the barometric pressure is 29.30.

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