endogenous variables


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endogenous variables

[en′däj·ə·nəs ′ver·ē·ə·bəlz]
(mathematics)
In a mathematical model, the dependent variables; their values are to be determined by the solution of the model equations.
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Secondly, the direction of the effect was negative which represent there had been inverse relationship between the exogenous and endogenous variables.
Table 5 illustrates the result of the indirect relationship between exogenous and endogenous variables.
In the third equation the number of predetermined variables K = 4 and number of predetermined variables in the model are K = 10, number of endogenous variables in given equation M = 3, so as per order condition K-k > m-1, 10-4 > 3-1 so third equation is also over identified.
Input of the related variables such as human capital and labor migration gives the vector autoregressive model whose endogenous variable lags n orders.
This study calculated the R2 which indicated the amount of variance endogenous variables explained by the exogenous variables.
In stage 1 of the modeling process, factor analysis is done to identify underlying latent factors for the exogenous and endogenous variables.
Table 3 displays the direct, indirect and total effects of exogenous variables of EXP, TPP, and OPSE on the endogenous variables of SR and SMA.
In the extended TAM, variables of PU and PEU become endogenous variables and their relationships have been clearly identified.
Structural equation modeling is a technique used to depict statistical procedures which include factor analysis, path analysis, and multiple regressions, to visually portray, test, and quantify relationships between variables, factors, and ultimate endogenous variables (Hox & Bechger, 1998; Kline, 2005; Lei & Wu, 2007).
Spiritual well-being and employee engagement enclosed in broken lines are the endogenous variables.
As the results show, the coefficients of the lag IV for both endogenous variables, Container12 and Container18, are statistically significant at the 1% level (p value = .