Question

Consider the following sample regression function (SRF) estimated from a sample of 35 observations (n = 35):

**ŷ**= 2.09 -
3.67x_{1}+1.91x_{2}-5.04x_{3}

(4.12) (0.34) (1.31) (3.18)

The standard errors are in parentheses. Which of the following is the correct set of the calculated t statistics of these parameter estimates?

MC:

1.The calculated t ratios of coefficient estimates of: x1= -9.426, x2= 3.828; and x3 = -1.291

2.The calculated t ratios of coefficient estimates of: x1= -10.794, x2= 1.458; and x3 = -1.585

3.The calculated t ratios of coefficient estimates of: x1= -15.741, x2= 4.552; and x3 = -1.585

4.The calculated t ratios of coefficient estimates of: x1= -10.794, x2= 1.827; and x3 = -4.76

Answer #1

**The calculated
t ratios of coefficient estimates of: x1= -10.794, x2= 1.458; and
x3 = -1.585 (2)**

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