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agriculture Analyses of Variance Analysis 1 Group assumptions businesses Chinese and Indians Covariance Matrices Analysis decline discriminant analysis EDUC EMPB EDUCEMPB EDUC EXP EDUCEXP eigenvalue employed before opening Equality of Group expected value experience external trade formal sector graduates Group Covariance Matrices Group Label Rank Harris-Todaro model hypothesis income family industry informal sector Kuala Lumpur Label Rank Log labor force Lambda F Significance level of education Malaya Malays Malaysian economy MASTER OF SCIENCE Means and Standard Means for Discriminant multivariate normal palm oil Peninsular Malaysia percent physical assets Pooled Wi thin-Groups problem Race EDUC EMPB recent migrants rural areas sample Second Malaysia Plan SELF-EMPLOYED IN MALAYSIA self-employment Significance EDUC Singapore successful bumiputra successful Chinese businessmen successful self-employed sum of squares survey Tables From Means three hypotheses tin mining unemployed unemployment Univariate Equality university degree variable is coded Variance Source Sum Variance Tables Within-Groups Correlation Matrix