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(Solution) An estimator can be BLUE only if its sampling distribution is normal.(True/FALSE) 2.

1. An estimator can be BLUE only if its sampling distribution is normal.(True/FALSE)2. The way to determine whether a group of explanatory variables exerts significant influence on the dependent variable is to see if any of the explanatory variables has a significant t statistic; if not, they are statistically insignificant as a group.(True/False)3. A regression had the following results: SST = 82.55, SSE = 29.85. It can be said that 63.84% of the variation in the dependent variable is explained by the independent variables in the regression.(True/False)

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