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In which of the following cases OLS estimation of Healthcare=a+bAge+u will be biased?

a) Only include in your estimation sample individuals whose health care spending is more than 500 per year.

b) Use a random sample.

c) Healthcare is recorded with some random typing errors.

d) The error variance is larger at an older age.

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