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Graph.

Consumption Income Saving


AVERAGE 115.52 164.35 48.83
ST-D 25.71 40.64 17.17
VARIANCE 661.15 1651.50 294.89
RANGE 91.2 140 62.5

Graph of Consumption.

Consumption

10% 13%
3% 1
2
3
4
74%

This graph shows the results of consumption in which major portion of variance
i-e 74%, 13% is average, 10% is range and 3% is standard deviation out of
100%.
Graph of Disposable Income.

INCOME

7% 8%
2%
1
2
3
4
83%
This graph shows the results of Disposable Income in which majority
participation is variance i-e 83 %, 8% is average, 7% range and 2% is standard
deviation out of 100%.
Graph of Saving.

SAVING

15% 11%
4% 1
2
3
4
70%

The above graph of saving shows that there is 70% of variance, 15% is range,
11% is average and 4% is standard deviation out of 100%.
Result of Regression in Excel.
Consumption = Y
Income = X
Y = 𝑓(X)
Y = 31.84819 + 0.610889X

Result of Regression in Data Analysis.


Co-efficient St-E T-Stat Prob-Value
ALFA 34.11692 9.118324 3.741578 0.001624

BETA 0.601099 0.042592 14.11288 8.11E-11


Result of Regression in E-views.
Dependent Variable: Y1
Method: Least Squares
Date: 03/12/19 Time: 17:47
Sample: 1 20
Included observations: 20

Variable Coefficient Std. Error t-Statistic Prob.

C 31.84819 8.198491 3.884640 0.0011


X1 0.610889 0.038837 15.72951 0.0000

R-squared 0.932182 Mean dependent var 158.5160


Adjusted R-squared 0.928415 S.D. dependent var 25.71292
S.E. of regression 6.879603 Akaike info criterion 6.789639
Sum squared resid 851.9210 Schwarz criterion 6.889212
Log likelihood -65.89639 Hannan-Quinn criter. 6.809076
F-statistic 247.4176 Durbin-Watson stat 2.283770
Prob(F-statistic) 0.000000

Interpretation of Beta.
The results of Beta in Excel, Data Analysis and E-views shows that a one unit
change in X1 i-e is disposable income will lead to change in Y1 i-e consumption
by 0.61 unit, if other things remains same.