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# University Degree: Applied Economics

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1. ## Introductory econometrics assignment. The reasons for creating these two relative price variables is to demonstrate the impact of relative price changes of no.2 and no.3 canned tuna to the unit sales of brand no.1 canned tuna. As a result of that no.2 an

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Assume: Null hypothesis: the slope of the relationship of RPRICE2 and log(SAL1) is zero Alternative hypothesis: the slope of the relationship of RPRICE2 and log (SAL1) is not zero By simply looking at the p-value of RPRICE2 is equalled to 0.0007, which is less than 0.01 or 1% significant level. Therefore we can reject the Null hypothesis, and conclude that the relationship of RPRICE2 and log (SAL1) is statistically significant or not zero. This result also indicates that the relationship between RPRICE2 and log (SAL1)

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## Conclusion analysis

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