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In multiple regression it is often easy to inadvertently extrapolate, since the levels of the variables (xi1 , xi2 , … , xik ), i = 1, 2, … , n, jointly define the region containing the data. As an example, consider Fig. 3, which illustrates the region containing the observations for a two-variable regression model. 3 An example of extrapolation in multiple regression. 36 BUILDING EMPIRICAL MODELS Note that the point (x01 , x02 ) lies within the ranges of both regressor variables x1 and x2 , but it is outside the region of the original observations.

This property may be easily demonstrated by finding the expected value of b as follows: E(b) = E[(X′ X)−1 X′ y] = E[(X′ X)−1 X′ (Xβ + ????)] = E[(X′ X)−1 X′ Xβ + (X′ X)−1 X′ ????] =β because E(????) = 0 and (X′ X)−1 X′ X = I. Thus b is an unbiased estimator of β. The variance property of b is expressed by the covariance matrix Cov(b) = E{[b − E(b)][b − E(b)]′ } The covariance matrix of b is a p × p symmetric matrix whose (j, j)th element is the variance of bj and whose (i, j)th element is the covariance between bi and bj .

Such intervals are called simultaneous confidence intervals. 5 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS IN MULTIPLE REGRESSION 33 It is relatively easy to specify a joint confidence region for the parameters β in a multiple regression model. 38) This inequality describes an elliptically shaped region, Montgomery, Peck, and Vining (2012) and Myers (1990) demonstrate the construction of this region for p = 2. When there are only two parameters, finding this region is relatively simple; however, when more than two parameters are involved, the construction problem is considerably harder.

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