```Date: Dec 5, 2012 8:25 AM
Author: Halitsky
Subject: “L-H Het” Table for Average Slopes Auq, Aubu, Au<br>	bqu

Below is the ?L-H Het? table for the average slopes:Auq    (average slope of u coefficient of       regression c on (u,u^2)Aubu   (average slope of u coefficient of       regression c on (u,e,u*e)Aubqu  (average slope of u coefficient of       regression c on (e,u,u*e,u^2)Note that ?L-H Het? is a stronger condition than ?Het? in thepreviously posted table for Aube and Aubqe: in particular, for a foldto be ?L-H Het?, its C value must be L and its S value must be H.So again, speaking from relative ignorance here, what we need to knowto evaluate the signficance of the following table is the probabilityof L-H Het = 6 and the probability of L-H Het = 4.  Also, I thinkthere?s a more ?diffuse? probability that has to be calculated, namelythat L-H Het < 3 for every R row.  But you?ll have to decide whetherthis ?diffuse? probability might be significant.Table:           a1   a3   b1  b47   c1   c2  "L-H          C S  C S  c S  c S  C S  C S   Het"N1 Auq    L H  L H  L H  L H  L H  L H    6   Aubu   L H  L H  H H  L H  L H  H H    2   Aubqu  L H  H L  H H  L L  L H  L H    3N2 Auq    L H  H H  L H  H H  L H  L H    4   Aubu   H H  L H  L H  H H  L H  L H    4   Aubqu  H H  H L  L H  H H  L H  L H    3N3 Auq    L H  H H  H H  L H  L H  L H    4   Aubu   L H  H H  L L  L H  L H  L H    4   Aubqu  L H  H H  H H  L H  L H  L H    4R1 Auq    H H  L H  H L  H H  H H  H H    1   Aubu   H H  L H  L H  H H  H H  L L    2   Aubqu  H H  L H  H L  H H  H H  L L    1R2 Auq    H L  H H  L H  H L  L H  L L    2   Aubu   H H  H H  H L  L L  L H  L L    1   Aubqu  H L  H H  L H  L L  H H  L L    1R3 Auq    L H  H H  H L  L L  L H  L H    3   Aubu   L H  H H  H L  L L  L H  H L    2   Aubqu  L H  H H  H L  L L  L H  H L    2
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