In Linear Regression, if the p-value of the f-stat is < 0.05 we reject the H0 and accept the Ha. Which means we know that at least one variable has a coefficient greater than zero. For individual variables, we consider ...Read more

In Linear Regression, if the p-value of the f-stat is < 0.05 we reject the H0 and accept the Ha. Which means we know that at least one variable has a coefficient greater than zero. For individual variables, we consider the variable to be statistically significant if the p-value<0.05. Why this is so?

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