Understanding How Unique Attributes Might Affect Poverty
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The paper starts out noting that poverty has become a major problem for numerous nations. It is argued here that poverty is probably correlated with education and that there are several factors which might have significant correlations with the poverty rate. These factors are coal production, government spending divided by Gross Domestic Product, and male smoking rate. The paper’s literature review consists of two articles focused on coal, one focusing on lung cancer, and another on government expenditures. The multiple regression, linear regression, and summary discuss things such as the history of the model, and key quirks presented in it. Finally, the robustness tests deal with the statistical significance. The end result of this analysis revealed that there is not a strong correlation between these variables.