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Unformatted text preview: in to the 6 columns you have created (for example in the above, I calculate P*G as 2*5=10 and would do this by Excel formulas and then would copy them down and then check that the last line For the regressionindependent variableput in B1 thru D25 To do the second order, you need to add 6 more columns to the data, corresponding as usual to the multipliers of the betas in the model I have given you S P Y G p^2 Y^2 G^2 P*Y P*G Y*G 14 2 3 5 4 9 25 6 10 15 where I have just made up some data where you should use the actual data on p10 I assume you understand how to figure out what numbers to put in to the 6 columns you have created (for example in the above, I calculate P*G as 2*5=10 and would do this by Excel formulas and then would copy them down and then check that the last line is correct....
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