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    Standard Error of b1

    I'm given a bunch of data and told to find b0, b1, the standard error of b1, and the least-squares regression equation.

    I calculated b0 and b1, but how do I find the standard error of b1?

    I'm given n, the sample mean, and the sample variance for both variables.

    Any help appreciated!
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    First you obtain the variance and it's a lot easier using matrices.
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