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For a sample of $41 \mathrm{New}$ England cities, a sociologist studies the crime rate in each city (crimes per 100,000 residents) as a function of its poverty rate (in %) and its median income (in $\$ 1,000$ s). He finds that $S S E=4,182,663$ and $S S T=7,732,451$.

b. What proportion of the sample variation in crime rate is explained by the variability in the explanatory variables? What proportion is unexplained?

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1 of 8In this part of the problem, the goal is to calculate two values:

- the proportion of the sample variation in the crime rate that is explained by the variability in the explanatory variables, and
- the proportion of the sample variation in the crime rate that is unexplained by the variability in the explanatory variables.

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