Life expectancy analysis from a multiple regression model
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Multiple linear regression
life expectancy
education
per capita income

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Castillo TumailleG. I., Guerra TejadaA. M., & Loaiza MassuhE. M. de L. (2021). Life expectancy analysis from a multiple regression model. Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 25(110), 198-207. https://doi.org/10.47460/uct.v25i110.492

Abstract

The present study aims to establish the relationship between the indicators of life expectancy, education and income, which are part of the human development index. The methodology used was a descriptive and correlational statistical analysis, with a population of 2480 families from the location of Virgen de Fátima - Guayas - Ecuador which made possible the analysis of the quality of social and economical development within this sector. The results show that the education index is directly related to life expectancy, which proves that there would be significant changes in life quality if it were invested in educational programs.

Keywords: Multiple linear regression, life expectancy, education, per capita income.

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