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230 Economics Fall 2005 Don Negri Smullin 307 Homework #2 Due: Thursday, September 15th I. MINITAB ASSIGNMENT NOTE: Solutions for all computer assignments must be turned in on &quot;notebook-sized&quot; paper so they can be read and graded easily. Include ONLY the portions of your printout which pertain to the problem and be certain to answer all of the questions. This assignment is intended to help you...

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