In a small-scale regression study, five observations on $Y$ were obtained corresponding to $X = 1,4,10, 11$, and $14$. Assume that $\sigma=0.6,B_0=5,B_1=3$
a. What are the expected values off MSR and MSE here?
b. For determining whether or not a regression relation exists, would it has been better or worse to have made the five observations at $X = 6,7, 8, 9$, and $10$? Why? Would the same answer apply if the principal purpose were to estimate the mean response for $X = 8$? Discuss.
I'm still doesn't understand what they want, they want $$E(MSE);E(MSR)$$?
What do they mean by expected values?