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# The following question is based on these variables (for 42 observations): VarY VarM DumVar (a dummy variable coded 1 and 0) VarL Suppose we wanted to...

The following question is based on these variables (for 42 observations):

- VarY
- VarM
- DumVar (a dummy variable coded 1 and 0)
- VarL

Suppose we wanted to regress VarM on VarL. I get the following information from the regression in JMP:

The t Ratio for the coefficient for VarL is:

- -.8860
- 38.212
- 12.060
- -12.060