Regression error - "NUM!"

AudreyJ

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Joined
Oct 4, 2006
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me why I might be getting "NUM!" as P-Values in my output?
I'm not sure what that might mean. I deleted a few fields of data to increase
my R Square and all of a sudden I'm getting "NUM!" as several of my P-Values.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

-AudreyJ
 

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tusharm

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I notice you provided additional information to the response to one of your two different posts on the same subject to the microsoft.public.excel.misc newsgroup. Hopefully, that will pan out. Of course, anyone considering responding to this here may also want to check that discussion.
 

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