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1. a the relationship between latitude and per capita income is positive b. 6.92 average value of GDP per capita in tropical countries 8.04 the average income in non-tropical countries c. 11.480 85 the average level of abslatitude observed in the data 6.96003 3 the average level of"1" per capita income 7.12756 4 the average level of "0" per capita income d - 0.16753 7.12756 4 0.23847 8 0.17041 4 t=abs(- 0.16753/0. 2385)=0.70 243 So, the variation is insignificant; thus, do not reject hypothesis fail to reject with 95% significant e. 1.how being farther away from the equator affects sunlight and weather differenty The
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Unformatted text preview: evidence shows that there is associatio n between the GDP per capita with latitude 1. High temperat ure and 12 hour sunlight. Since the temperature is so high in tropical area of Africa, the growth of plants are affected nega productive 2. No freezing, except at high altitudes. common diseases are :Malaria, Schistoso miasis, Trypanos omiasis alternativ e explanati on: slave trade extractive institutio n 2 a-0.10761 7.42856 6 0.02670 8 0.14058 When increasing 1 unit of log slave export, the log GDP decreases by 0.1076%. Thecontrl makes it weaker b....
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