1. ## T-statistic question

So my teacher decided to throw us a bonus for extra homework points...I've taken a look at this, and could use a bit of help getting started.

It's a proof problem, and I need to prove that the T-statistic for beta...best way for me to show you is to post an image. Any help is much appreciated, I understand you guys aren't in the business of giving straight answers, I could really just use as much help as possible here though! Thanks!
http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/9980/070s.jpg

2. Originally Posted by LBJ6
So my teacher decided to throw us a bonus for extra homework points...I've taken a look at this, and could use a bit of help getting started.

It's a proof problem, and I need to prove that the T-statistic for beta...best way for me to show you is to post an image. Any help is much appreciated, I understand you guys aren't in the business of giving straight answers, I could really just use as much help as possible here though! Thanks!
http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/9980/070s.jpg
It's not a proof problem. Rather, it is an algebraic relationship.

Use this:

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Note that the use of adjusted R^2 ...i.e. (N -2) is being used in the relationship.

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