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    If I tell you that the coefficient for X1 is .35, and the coefficient for X2 is -1.6, what does that mean with respect to the y variable?

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    If I tell you that the coefficient for X1 is .35, and the coefficient for X2 is -1.6, what does that mean with respect to the y variable?

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    The solution explains what is teh relations between the value of the coefficients and the dependent variable

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