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Number:____________ Examination Last Name______________First__________ Sign the Honor Pledge Below_____________ PID #________________________________ _____________________________________ Write Your Section Number here:_________ University of North Carolina Economics 400: Economic Statistics First Midterm Examination Prof. B. Turchi September 25, 2008 General Instructions: Answer all six (6) questions on this...

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UNC - ECON - 400
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Econ 423: Essays/Problems from Previous Versions of Exam 1Spring 2007 1. Explain how the neoclassical macroeconomic model generates the possibility that a government budget deficit or surplus can indirectly affect the rates of inflation or deflation
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Econ 423: Essay Questions and Problems from Previous Versions of Exam 2Spring 2006 1. Write an equation that solves for the most a risk-neutral individual would pay for insurance against loss from an event. Be sure to define your variables carefully
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Biology 624 - Developmental GeneticsTube Formation is critical to forming: 1. Lung 2. Kidney 3. Mammary gland 4. Blood vessels 5. Fly trachea 6. C. elegans excretory system (1 cell!) Lecture #6 - Tube Formation I From Nelson, 2003Processes
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Biology 624 - Developmental GeneticsTube Formation is critical to forming: 1. Lung 2. Kidney 3. Mammary gland 4. Blood vessels 5. Fly trachea 6. C. elegans excretory system (1 cell!) Lecture #6 - Tube Formation I From Nelson, 2003Processes
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Research article2345Production of gurken in the nurse cells is sufficient for axis determination in the Drosophila oocyteLuca Cceres and Laura A. Nilson*Department of Biology, McGill University, 1205 Doctor Peneld Avenue, Montral QC, H3A 1B1, C
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Name _ First Last (Please Print) PID Number _-_ FINAL EXAMINATION BIOLOGY 422 FALL, 2007 In the spirit of the honor code, I pledge that I have neither given nor received help on this exam. _ Signature 1_ 2_ 3_ 4_ 5_ 6_ 7_ 8_ 9_ 10 _ 11_ 12_ 13_ 14_ 1
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Name _ First Last(Please Print)PID Number _-_ HOUR EXAM I BIOLOGY 422 FALL, 2006 In the spirit of the honor code, I pledge that I have neither given nor received help on this exam. __ Signature 1_ 2_ 3_ 4_ 5_ 6_ 7_ 8_ 9_ 10_ 11_1. (13 points) Be
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