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I did a study and my response is defined as y = b1x1 + b2x2 + e where e ~N(0,1).

I have y~N(4,33). In my data results, I did an ordinary least squares regression model

for y = b1x1+b2x2+ e. The ANOVA is telling me the mean of y is 4, but MSE is 1.

So here is my question. If I know y~N(4,33). How can I determine the ANOVA MSE

is going to be 1?

Thanks,

HF08

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# I have variance of response. How can I find it's MSE?

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