The results of the hypothesis test, Managerial Economics

Use the data set cd costs2010 to estimate the marginal cost of one more CD. (Regress costs on the number of CDS.) Test the hypothesis that the marginal cost equals 75 cents. How would the results of the hypothesis test change if cost was calculated in cents rather than in dollars. 

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