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# The manager of retail store is interested to know whether his. customers are making relatively large purchases. He has randomly sampled 25 customers the past , from...

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A shoe store developed the following estimated regression equation relating sales to inventory investment and advertising expenditures. Å· = 21 + 12x1 + 7x2 where x1 = inventory investment ($1,000s) x2 = advertising expenditures ($1,000s) y = sales (\$1,000s). (a) Predict the sales (in dollar...