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### Final99fcdb

Course: FINAL 4838, Fall 2009
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final98b.cdb. This CODEBOOK: codebook describes the following variables: nafqt hisp black female motherhs motherco fatherhs fatherco missed motherpf fatherpf siblings readm noreadm disadvsh dropsch teachdrp nafqt: Adjusted afqt. Constructed after adjusting the afqt score for age. In addition a normalization was performed by dividing the adjusted afqt by its standard deviation. hisp: (dummy) equal to one if...

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final98b.cdb. This CODEBOOK: codebook describes the following variables: nafqt hisp black female motherhs motherco fatherhs fatherco missed motherpf fatherpf siblings readm noreadm disadvsh dropsch teachdrp nafqt: Adjusted afqt. Constructed after adjusting the afqt score for age. In addition a normalization was performed by dividing the adjusted afqt by its standard deviation. hisp: (dummy) equal to one if hispanic, zero otherwise black: (dummy) equal to one if black, zero otherwise. Female: (dummy) equal to one if female, zero otherwise. Motherhs: (dummy) equal to one if mother's education is between 12 and 15 years, zero otherwise. Motherco: (dummy) equal to one if mother's education is 16 years or more, zero otherwise. Fatherhs: (dummy) equal to one if education mother's is between 12 and 15 years, zero otherwise. Fatherco: (dummy) equal to one if father's education is 16 years or more, zero otherwise. Missed: (dummy) equal to one if father o mother's education is missing from the data, zero otherwise. Motherpf: (dummy) equal to one if mother works as a professional, zero otherwise. Fatherpf: (dummy) equal to one if father works as a professional, zero otherwise. Siblings: number of siblings. Readm: (...

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