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Why are regressors squared and not ^1.5 or ^2.2 or ^2.5?
When a researcher in economics or finance wants to apply a linear regression model but suspects a non-linear relationship between one of the regressors and the dependent variable, it is typical to ...
Dec 4 '12 at 3:07
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