Economic Statistics
Final Exam Review
Econ 321
Note: These are broad topics for review. Obviously, this list does not include every single
thing that you need to know for the exam. You are responsible for knowing all about the
items listed. The exam will cover chapters 19 and 1416.
The items that are crossed out are ones that specifically will NOT be covered in the
exam.

Types of data

Measures of location

Measures of variability

Bivariate statistics

Frequency distributions
o
Discrete variables
o
Continuous variables
o
Types of graphs
o
Stemandleaf display
o
Crosstabulations

Probability theory
o
Experiments
Combinations
Permutations
o
Events
Unions, intersections
Joint probability
Conditional probability
o
Random variables
Discrete variables
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Bernoulli
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Binomial
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Poisson
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Hypergeometric
Continuous variables
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Uniform
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Normal, Standard Normal
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Exponential
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t
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χ
2
•
F

Point estimation

Sampling distribution of
x

Sampling distribution of
p

Properties of point estimators
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 Spring '08
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 Statistics, Regression Analysis, Qualitative Independent Variables, Discrete Variables, p Properties

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