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Consider again the conditions of Exercise 13. (a) If a

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Problem 15

Consider again the conditions of Exercise 13. (a) If a students score on the mathematics test is 0.8, what predicted value of his score on the music test has the smallest M.S.E.? (b) If a students score on the music test is 1/3, what predicted value of his score on the mathematics test has the smallest M.A.E.?

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Consider again the conditions of Exercise 13. (a) If a