Infant Mortality Rate. A social scientist wants to predict the infant mortality rate in cities in the United States. a. Suggest five predictor variables (characteristics associated with a city) that might be useful in predicting infant mortality rate. b. Write the multiple linear regression model for the conditional mean of the response variable, infant mortality rate.

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Infant Mortality Rate. A social scientist wants to predict the infant mortality rate in cities in the United States.

a. Suggest five predictor variables (characteristics associated with a city) that might be useful in predicting infant mortality rate.

b. Write the multiple linear regression model for the conditional mean of the response variable, infant mortality rate.

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