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### Chap15_part2

Course: ENGR, STAT 320, 262, , Spring 2008
School: Purdue
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to Solutions End-of-Section and Chapter Review Problems 675 15.31 (a) Intercept YLag1 YLag2 YLag3 Coefficients Standard Error 2.704449262 5.37548539 0.89294783 0.424505135 -0.708212436 0.602310389 0.802269914 0.491797033 t Stat 0.503107918 2.103503014 -1.175826366 1.631302876 P-value 0.649503147 0.126143957 0.324481541 0.20132482 Since the p-value = 0.20 &gt; 0.05, do not reject H0 that A3 = 0. Third-order...

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