a) For every 0.08 change in X, y will change by one. Also Rsquared is 0.43 which means 43% of changes in Y can be explained by the variable X.

- What else can i add to this?

b) Test statistic t=b1/sb1

= 0.08/0.012 = 6.66. With n=70 this is 70 deg of freedom, looknig at t distrbution table we are givem, i have to use the value of 80, this gives a 95% confidence value of 1.99

Since 6.66 > 1.99 this means it is significant.

What else can i say about this?

c) F statitistic = (N-2)Rsquared/ (1-Rsquared)

= (70-2) 0.43 / ( 1-0.43) = 29.24/0.57 = 51.29

I know i have to comapre this to a critical value, and if its bigger then its significant and it backs up T, however i dont know which value to look at on an F table.

Also when i do have that value what can i explain further?

Thanks will be given to all suggestions and help