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How to prove that Adjusted R^2 is less than R^2

That's a great answer from Dave. I have another answer. There is an alternative form of writting $\bar{R}^2$ in terms of $R^2$, with $p$ being the number of covariates in the model and $n$ the number ...
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"Owners’ equivalent rent of residences" is an notional amount representing how much rent would be charged for a residence (unfurnished and excluding utilities) if it were not being occupied ...
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How to prove that Adjusted R^2 is less than R^2

Continuing from \begin{align*} \left( n-k\right) \cdot \overline{R}^{2}-\left( n-1\right) \cdot R^{2} & = 1-k \\ \left( n-k\right) \cdot \overline{R}^{2} + (k-1) \cdot 1 & = \left( n-1\right) \...
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