# Need help with regression output

I am pretty confused right now. This is my homework, I need to find the missing values (coefficients, standard errors, r, and r squared) only using the regression result. I went over my textbook a few times, but couldn't figure it out. Can someone please help me start how to do this. Thank you in advance. • You need to add the self-study tag. Nov 25 '19 at 2:27
• Did it, thanks a lot! Nov 25 '19 at 2:35

Perhaps you could start with the fact that dividing a regression coefficient by its standard error gives you the t-statistic. Such division essentially transforms your regression coefficient into its respective value in the t-distribution. Then, for each regression coefficient, you may find its respective p-value (i.e. its level of statistical significance) by using this online caluclator. For each regression coefficient, you need to enter its respective t-value. You also need to provide the residual degrees of freedom value. It is calculated in the following way: df = N - k - 1 = 2404 - 6 -1 = 2397 in your case. Note, N is your sample size; k is the number of independent variables, and -1 is an extra degree of freedom you lose for calculating the intercept.