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The t -statistic is calculated by dividing the OLS estimator by its standard error. the slope by the standard deviation of the explanatory variable.

The t-statistic is calculated by dividing

  1. the OLS estimator by its standard error.
  2. the slope by the standard deviation of the explanatory variable.
  3. the estimator minus its hypothesized value by the standard error of the
  4. estimator.
  5. the slope by 1.96.


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