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    How to prove whether beta one will change when x-variable changes?

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    Hi I'm not sure about this question, will beta one change when the x variable changes?
    (the x variable wwas originally the years over time, and now the years are simply labelled as consecutive numbers, ie not 2004, 2005 etc. but 100, 101 etc.)
    i was just wondering how i would provide a proof for this?? and i'm not sure if beta one will change.

    thanks for responses!!
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    also, will beta zero be affected or not? and is there a proof for this?
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    also, the proofs don't need actual numerical values, just using symbols is fine
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    need by tonight 11.59pm!!
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    bah humbug
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