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# Consider the following estimated models:Model 1: y 4,4x Model 2: y = 2 23 In(x) Model 3: 3.0 O1x; s2 0.07 In8 Model 4: 2.6 0.6 In(x); s2 0.05Interpret the slope coe...

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###### Consider the following estimated models:Model 1: y 4,4x Model 2: y = 2 23 In(x) Model 3: 3.0 O1x; s2 0.07 In8 Model 4: 2.6 0.6 In(x); s2 0.05Interpret the slope coefficient in each of the above estimated models when x increases by one unit in Models and 3 and by 1% in Models 2 and 4. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places )Model 1: Yunits_Model 2:by aboutunits_Model 3:by about by aboutpercent.Model 4:percent:

Consider the following estimated models: Model 1: y 4,4x Model 2: y = 2 23 In(x) Model 3: 3.0 O1x; s2 0.07 In8 Model 4: 2.6 0.6 In(x); s2 0.05 Interpret the slope coefficient in each of the above estimated models when x increases by one unit in Models and 3 and by 1% in Models 2 and 4. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places ) Model 1: Y units_ Model 2: by about units_ Model 3: by about by about percent. Model 4: percent:  #### Similar Solved Questions

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