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HW#4-Depaul-FIN_202

HW#4-Depaul-FIN_202 - Analyst A 101 0.05 0.1 Analyst B 121...

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By the definition of p-value, 0.031 is the smallest level of significance at thwich we can reject the null hypothesis. Because 0.031 is smaller than 0.10 and 0.05, we can reject the null hypothesis at the 0.10 and 0.05 significance levels. Because 0.031 is larger than 0.01, however, we cannot reject the null hypothesis at the 0.01 significance level

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a. Null Hypothesis H: u less than or equal to 24 Million Alternative Hypothesis Ha: u greater than 24 Million b. t=n - 1, where n=6 5 c. We will reject t > 2.015 d. (30 - 24)/(10/(6)^(1/2)) 1.47 1.47 does not exceed 2.015 and therefore we will not reject the null hypothesis
Performance in Forecasting Quarterly Earnings per share

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Unformatted text preview: Analyst A 101 0.05 0.1 Analyst B 121 0.02 0.09 a. Ho=0 Ha does not equal to 0 b. t-test 5.02 In both cases we would reject the hypothesis z-statistic 5.03 c. t-test 2.44 at .05 we reject the null hypothesis in both cases z-statistic 2.44 at .10, we do not reject the hypothesis Number of Forecasts Mean Forecast Error Standard Deviation of Forecast Errors a. Ho: u=0 Ha: U does not equal to 0 b. t-test-1.51 we do not reject the null hypothesis c. t-test-2.42 we reject the null hypothesis d. t-test 0.58 we do not reject the null hypothesis...
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