Gasoline Mileage. An engineer wants to determine factors that affect the EPA miles per gallon rating of new automobiles available for sale in the United States. a. Suggest five predictor variables that might be useful in predicting the miles per gallon rating. b. Write the multiple linear regression model for the conditional mean of the response variable, miles per gallon.

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Gasoline Mileage. An engineer wants to determine factors that affect the EPA miles per gallon rating of new automobiles available for sale in the United States.

a. Suggest five predictor variables that might be useful in predicting the miles per gallon rating.

b. Write the multiple linear regression model for the conditional mean of the response variable, miles per gallon.

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