Quantitative Analysis II Midterm

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Quantitative Analysis II Midterm Just 15 multiple choice questions 5 Problems (One from chapter 11- 4 main learning objectives) Chapter 14 The first three learning objectives are important, the other three can just be read from the slides (nothing more). Chapter 11 Problems from the textbook: Pg. 370 (19 and 20) 375 (37) 376 (41) Questions that were taken up in class: All PowerPoint examples Quiz about second learning objective Dependant variable – find the differences Chapter 12 ANOVA Pg. 394 (7 and 9) 397 (11)
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 13 ³ind the correlaTon coe´cient type ±o determine the regression equaTon (slope, intercept) ³ind standard error of esTmate and determine the value of the dependant variable using regression Chapter 14 ³ind the value of the dependant by giving values for the independent Which has the more signiFcant e²ect….out of two variables Determine regression mulTple Sample size, how many independent Adjusted coe´cient of mulTple value Pg. 482 (3)...
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• Fall '15
• Hebrew numerals, Main learning objectives, correlation coefficient type

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