Answer true or false to the following statements and explain your answers a. The equation y = y0 + y1ex is an intrinsically linear equation. b. A power transformation with an exponent of zero is the logarithm transformation. c. Any scatterplot that exhibits curvature can be straightened by the method of transformations. d. A power transformation of the response variable will not change its conditional distribution.

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Answer true or false to the following statements and explain your answers

a. The equation y = y0 + y1ex is an intrinsically linear equation.

b. A power transformation with an exponent of zero is the logarithm transformation.

c. Any scatterplot that exhibits curvature can be straightened by the method of transformations.

d. A power transformation of the response variable will not change its conditional distribution.

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