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    Technical efficiency




    Hello to everyone , i'm new in this forum , i would like to know if there is a relationship between the coefficient and the std in the calculation of the technical efficiency .
    I hope i was clear in the explanation of the problem.
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    Re: Technical efficiency

    If this is homework? Website policy says you need to display some effort, not just repost the question. What part is confusing you. I am not familiar with the technical efficiency term. What class is this problem for.
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    Re: Technical efficiency


    No , it's not a homework , I know how solve it ( with the error epsilon ) my question was if there is another way to solve the exercise, in particular if there is a relation between the standard and b0 and b1 cols.

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