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Question: How do I tell if the F-stat is significant at 1%, 5%, or 10% level? Or not significant?enter image description here


closed as off-topic by VicAche, The Almighty Bob, BKay, user4239, cc7768 Jun 5 '15 at 13:54

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You get:

F-statistic          24.60231
Prob(F-statistic)    0.000000

You observe that the p-value is 0.00, so this means that the F-statistic is significant at at 99+%, and also obviously at 95% and 90%.


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