Question
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Under the assumptions of the Gauss-Markov theorem the errors
of a linear regression model need to be:
Answerlist
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* independent
* uncorrelated
* normally distributed
* identically distributed
* homoscedastic
* zero
Solution
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Under the assumptions of the Gauss-Markov theorem the errors of a linear
regression model need to be uncorrelated, homoscedastic, and with mean zero.
Answerlist
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* False. Independence is not assumed, only lack of correlation.
* True. The errors need to be uncorrelated.
* False. No distribution assumption is needed.
* False. No distribution assumption is needed.
* True. The errors need to be homoscedastic with finite variance.
* False. Only their conditional expectation needs to be zero.
Meta-information
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exname: Gauss-Markov assumptions
extype: mchoice
exsolution: 010010
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