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# Practice Problems

Course Number: ECON 2500, Winter 2011

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Econ 2500 Introductory Statistics York University Department of Economics Professor Xianghong Li Practice Problems Chapter 1 1. The states differ greatly in the kinds of severe weather that afflict them. Table ta01_005 shows the average property damage caused by tornadoes per year over the period from 1950 to 1999 in each of the 50 states and Puerto Rico. a. What are the top five states for tornado damage? The...

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