CONTENTS
PREFACE
iii
SUGGESTED COURSE OUTLINES
iv
Chapter 1
The Nature of Econometrics and Economic Data
1
Chapter 2
The Simple Regression Model
5
Chapter 3
Multiple Regression Analysis: Estimation
15
Chapter 4
Multiple Regression Analysis: Inference
28
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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
EXPLORING MUSEUM PROFESSIONS
SYLLABUS AS.460.601.81 SPRING 2017 (January 9April 24)
WEEK 1: Jan 915
Overview and Introduction
VIEW/LISTEN
1. Riches, rivals and radicals: 100 years of museums in America [Produced for Public TV] (20
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 12
1. Given the constraint, find the stationary points for the following function and evaluate the second
order conditions. Use the Lagrange technique.
a) U (x 3)(y 5) subject to 30 3x 2y
b) z 28x - 2x 2 6
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 4
Evaluate the following indefinite integrals:
1a)
3
x dx
1b)
Apply integration by parts.
x
xe dx
1c)
2 x
x e dx
1d)
5x
2
Apply integration by parts twice.
(2x 3 6) 3 dx
Evaluate the following definite int
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 5
Use the matrices defined below for the following set of problems.
2
A
5
3
7
1. Find:
1a) 3A
1b) A + B
1c) AB
1d) BC
1e) CB
1f) AE
1g) FF
2
B
5
3
7
2 3
C 5 7
6 9
2 3 8
D
5 7 12
1 0
E
0 1
1 0 6
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 11
1)
Find the maximum of U for problems (a) and (b) below. For each problem, find the
optimum using mathematical techniques.
a) U x 11 2 x 12 2 subject to 50 5x 1 10x 2
b) U (x 3)(y 5) subject to 30 3x 2y
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 13
1)
Find the solution of the objective function for problems (a) - (b) below. For each problem,
confirm that the optimum satisfies the Kuhn-Tucker conditions. At each solution, describe
whether the const
Partial Differentiation
Review and Look Forward
Weve studied the rate of change of a function
when one variable changes
E.g.,
(1) Y x 2
dy
2x
dx
But most economic relationships are functions
of more than one variable
Q = Q(L, K,) a firms output is a f
Optimization and Nonlinear
Programming
Nonlinear Programming in Economics
The most famous use of nonlinear programming in
economics is in optimization problems with
nonlinear constraints and/or inequality constraints
Example:
max f ( x, y ) x 3 y
subjec
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 10
1)
Determine whether or not the following matrices are negative (semi)definite or positive
(semi)definite:
a)
2)
b)
3 4
4 6
3 2 2
2 3 0
2
0 4
Determine the critical points of the following functio
Differential Equations and
Total Derivatives
Brief Review
So far we have discussed how to use various rules to
obtain the derivative.
We have discussed derivative values as they relate to:
Slopes
First order condition (f(x) = 0 at critical point)
Sec
Mathematics for Economists
Ken Danger
Problem Set 10
1. Partially differentiate the following with respect to x1 and x2:
-3
a) Y 6x 1 2 * ln(5x 12 10x 32 )
3
2
3
5x1
b) Y ln
60(x x )
2
1
2. Find the total differential of the following functions:
-3
4
a
The Johns Hopkins University
Advanced Academic Programs
Masters of Science in Biotechnology
410.604 Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I Schwartz, Ph.D.
Created by Michael S. Lebowitz, Ph.D.
Problem Set #1 (5 pts. total)
Congratulations! You have
Session #3.
Group Therapy / Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I Schwartz, Ph.D.
Question #1
Latent TGF is converted to mature
TGF by
a. dephosphorylation.
b. phosphorylation.
c. proteolysis.
d. translocation.
e. none of the above
Session #2.
Group Therapy / Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I Schwartz, Ph.D.
Question # 1
What is not a structural characteristic of GPCRs?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Cytosolic loop;
C-terminus on exoplasmic face;
7 Membrane-spanning -h
Session #1.
Group Therapy / Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I Schwartz, Ph.D.
Question #1
Which of the following is not a step in the
general signaling scheme?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Transport to signaling cell;
Terminate cellular re
Session #6.
Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Intracellular Receptors
Question #1.
Guanine exchange factors (GEFs) regulate
a. GTP/GDP exchange on guanylate cyclases
b. GTP/GDP exchange on Gs
c. GTP/GDP exchange on cGMP phosphodiesterases
d. GTP/G
Session #6.
Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Intracellular Receptors
Question #1.
Guanine exchange factors (GEFs) regulate
a. GTP/GDP exchange on guanylate cyclases
b. GTP/GDP exchange on Gs
c. GTP/GDP exchange on cGMP phosphodiesterases
d. GTP/G
The Johns Hopkins University
Advanced Academic Programs
Masters of Science in Biotechnology
410.604.01 Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I.Schwartz, Ph.D.
Created by: Michael S. Lebowitz, Ph.D.
Problem Set #2 (2 pts. Total)
Bad news: Pungent Biot
Session #5.
Problem Solving
Advanced Cell Biology II
Instructor: Elena I Schwartz, Ph.D.
Question # 1
Ras is a(n)
a. adapter protein.
b. guanine nucleotide exchange factor.
c. kinase.
d. protease.
e. none of the above
Question # 2
The EGF receptor is a(n)
Problem solving
Lecture #4a
Advanced Cell Biology II
Question # 1
Paracrine hormones
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Signal nearby cells
Pass through the blood to organs far away.
Are second messengers
Signal the same cell from which they are secreted.
a&c
b&d
a