How do we denote the statistics used to estimate a. y-intercept of the population regression plane? b. the partial slopes of the population regression plane? c. the common conditional standard deviation, σ , of the response variable?

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How do we denote the statistics used to estimate

a. y-intercept of the population regression plane?

b. the partial slopes of the population regression plane?

c. the common conditional standard deviation, σ , of the response variable?

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