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### Hwk4_ansF08

Course: EC 370, Fall 2008
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No. Homework 4 EC 469 Problem No. 1 Importing the data set necessitated that I rename the six variables as follows: VM average verbal S.A.T. score for males; VF - average verbal S.A.T. score for females; VT average verbal S.A.T. score (both males and females); MM - average math S.A.T. score for males; MF - average math S.A.T. score for females; MT average math S.A.T. score (both males and females); Answer Key...

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