Chapter 4, Problem 2P

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Textbook Problem

Can SS ever have a value less than zero? Explain your answer.

To determine

**To find:** The reasons for SS ever have a value less than zero.

Explanation

**Justification:**

The sum of squares deviations ever less than zero because for all real numbers, Sum of Square can never have a negative value, because square of individual numbers cannot be negative...

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