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### stat2607_09_assign2

Course: STAT 2607, Fall 2009
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2607 STAT Assignment #2 DUE: Mon Feb 9 in class Sec. A Tues Feb 10 in class Sec. B 1. Continuation of problem #6 on assignment 1: The problem and the relevant results are reproduced below. The marketing manager of a large supermarket chain would like to develop a model to predict weekly sales of pet food based on the amount of shelf space devoted to it. A sample of 10 equal-sized stores was selected. The data...

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