Sat scores, Managerial Economics

100 schools are given exactly one million dollars each in grant money. They can spend the money on any or all of three programs: math tutoring (math), kickball lessons (kickball), or computer literacy (computer). All the money must be spent on a combination of the three programs at every school. The grant money is intended to better SAT scores.

a) Why would it not make sense to estimate the following model? Describe.

 

 

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