  # You estimate a regression equation that estimates individuals’ yearly income as a function of age (measured in years), years of education, and their score on a standardized intelligence exam (IQ test). The estimated coefficients are: I = 26.3 + 4.21*Age + 7.21*Education + .23 * IQWhere I is income measured in thousands of dollars.     Based on the regression results, how much more should an individual earn after attending graduate school for two years? Explain your reasoning.

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You estimate a regression equation that estimates individuals’ yearly income as a function of age (measured in years), years of education, and their score on a standardized intelligence exam (IQ test). The estimated coefficients are:

I = 26.3 + 4.21*Age + 7.21*Education + .23 * IQ

Where I is income measured in thousands of dollars.

Based on the regression results, how much more should an individual earn after attending graduate school for two years? Explain your reasoning.

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The provided estimated regression equation is,

I = 26.3+4....

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