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BSOP 209 All Quizzes Purchase herehttp://devrycourse.com/bsop-209-all-quizzesProduct Description• BSOP 209 Week 2 Quiz1. Question: (TCO 1) For a moving average forecast to be of any use to us, what assumption must be true?2. Question: (TCOs 3 and 4) In a regression equation, what is y hat?3. Question: (TCOs 1 and 2) Given the following data, calculate the two-year moving averages for years 5 through 10.

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BSOP 209 All Quizzes Purchase herehttp://devrycourse.com/bsop-209-all-quizzesProduct Description• BSOP 209 Week 2 Quiz1. Question: (TCO 1) For a moving average forecast to be of any use to us, what assumption must be true?2. Question: (TCOs 3 and 4) In a regression equation, what is y hat?3. Question: (TCOs 1 and 2) Given the following data, calculate the two-year moving averages for years 5 through 10.