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Course: ACCOUNTING IAF530, Winter 2009
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10 Quantitative CHAPTER Analyses of Cost Functions Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, a student should be able to: 1. Assess the appropriateness and quality of the data set proposed for use in the ordinary least squares method of analysis 2. Apply standardized mathematical manipulations to a set of data points and produce the result of an OLS simple linear regression analysis with benchmark...

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