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    Variance Problem

    Hi, I haven't done used variances in a couple of years and I have this econ problem:

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    Basically i have a variance in a variance, one is j and the other i. What can i do, if i plug the log Y bar into the equation I can simplify to 0, any ideas?
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    I am sorry

    but if you need help you should learn LaTeX...because that is completely hard to follow...if you can put it in a more reader friendly format I would love to help!


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