4. Suppose a new sample is chosen and you got the following estimated OLS line:predicted birthweight_in_oz = 120 3.5 dailycigarettes. What would be yourestimate of if you use weeklycigarettes (the average cigarettes smoked per weekor per 7 days) instead of dailycigarettes?а. -2.8b.-0.5с. -3.5d.- 24.5

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4. Suppose a new sample is chosen and you got the following estimated OLS line:
predicted birthweight_in_oz = 120 3.5 dailycigarettes. What would be your
estimate of if you use weeklycigarettes (the average cigarettes smoked per week
or per 7 days) instead of dailycigarettes?
а. -2.8
b.-0.5
с. -3.5
d.- 24.5
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4. Suppose a new sample is chosen and you got the following estimated OLS line: predicted birthweight_in_oz = 120 3.5 dailycigarettes. What would be your estimate of if you use weeklycigarettes (the average cigarettes smoked per week or per 7 days) instead of dailycigarettes? а. -2.8 b.-0.5 с. -3.5 d.- 24.5

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