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Suppose that a researcher collects data on houses that have sold in a particular neighborhood over the past year and obtains the regression results in the table shown below. Dependent variable: In(Price) Regressor Size In(Size) In(Size)2 Bedrooms Pool View Pool x View Condition Intercept 0.00052 (0.000038) 0.774 (0.056) (0.089) (2.05) (0.055) 0.69 0.69 0.65 0.0081 (0.16) 0.0037 (0.038) 0.084 (0.035) 0.035) 0.039) 0.037) 0.036) 0.027 0.027 0.027 (0.032)0.032 (0.031) (0.033 0.028) 0.091 0.077 0.085 0.089 0.046 0027 0.0032 (0.14) 0.16 0.17 (0.049) 0.037) 0.036 0.039) 0.038) 6.63 0.19 0.18 0.21 6.65 6.66 (0.073) 0.39) 0.56) (7.54) 0.42) 12.26 7.02 Summary Statistics SER 0.103 0.73 0.098 0.75 0.102 0.107 0.72 0.101 R2 Variable definitions: Price sale price (); Sizehouse size (in square feet), Bedroomsnumber of bedrooms; Pool- binary variable (1 if house has a swimming pool, 0 otherwise): View binary variable (1 if house has a nice view, 0 otherwise): Conditionbinary variable (1 if real estate agent reports house is in excellent condition, 0 otherwise). 0.74 0.76Express your response as a percentage and round to two decimal places) Construct a 95% confidence interval for the percentage change in price. The 95% confidence interval for the percentage change in price is [| | | |196 (Express your response as a percentage and round to two decimal places)

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