Business Law II Assignment One
This assignment is due on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 6:15 p.m. It should be typed,
double-spaced, clearly organized and written, and proofread. If you are not able to
attend
BUSINESS ENTITIES
1.
Sole Proprietorships
A.
B.
C.
2.
The owner is the business (no separate business organization set
up)
Pros
Cons
General Partnerships
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Two or more persons consensually engaged (express or implied
agreement) in a common en
THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
Baltimore, Maryland
Business Law II
EN 660.404
Spring 2014
INSTRUCTOR:
Office Hours:
Room 2, Shaffer Hall
Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Section 1
Phone:
Email:
David A. Fisher
Mon. and Tues., 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., 102, 104
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2012
Naiman
Review questions for ANOVA and regression (Chapters 12,14
Chapter 12.
(1) What is a one-way layout? What normal model assumptions do we typically make?
(2) What are the sums of squares in a one-way lay
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2013
Naiman
Final Exam
Name:
Instructions:
There are 40 questions in all, all count equally.
Write clearly and show all work - some partial credit will be given
(1) True or False. If observations X1 , . . . , Xn
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Naiman
Midterm Exam #1
Name:
Instructions:
Write clearly.
There are 25 questions in all - Every questions is worth 4 points.
Calculators are not allowed and you do not need one.
Show all work - some partial credit wi
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2011
Naiman
Midterm exam #1
March 11, 2011
Instructions (read carefully!): This is a 50 minute exam. There are 23 questions on 7
pages. All questions count equally. No books/notes/calculators allowed. In your answ
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2013
Naiman
Final Exam
Name:
Instructions:
There are 40 questions in all, all count equally.
Write clearly and show all work - some partial credit will be given
(1) True or False. If observations X1 , . . . , Xn
(14)
(a) Plot residuals vs. one of the predictor variables. If there is a way to predict the
value of a residual in terms of a predictor variable value, then this suggests that there
should be an additional term in the regression model.
(b) Look at a hist
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Naiman
Midterm Exam #1
Name:
Instructions:
Write clearly.
There are 25 questions in all - Every questions is worth 4 points.
Calculators are not allowed and you do not need one.
Show all work - some partial credit wi
Q1. Suppose we observe X = (X1, . . . , Xn) distributed according to
pdf f0 or f1 and we wish to test
H0 : X f0 vs HA : X f1
and we reject the null hypothesis if the likelihood ratio is less than c
i.e. we reject H0 if
f0(X)/f1(X) < c
and otherwise we acc
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2011
Naiman
Midterm exam #1
March 11, 2011
Instructions (read carefully!): This is a 50 minute exam. There are 23 questions on 7
pages. All questions count equally. No books/notes/calculators allowed. In your answ
Q1. Suppose we have 6 tickets with numbers on them. 3 tickets have the number 1 on them,
2 tickets have the number 2, and 1 ticket has a 3 on it. We mix the tickets up and pick one
at random with all tickets equally likely to be drawn. Let X be the number
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Naiman
Homework #8
Due Wednesday April 9th
1) The list of tropical cyclones by year appears on the National Weather Services National
Hurrican Center web site. See for example http:/www.nhc.noaa.gov/1995atlan
Figure 1: Figure for Problem 1.
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Observer 2
550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Naiman
Homework #2
Due Wednesday Feb 19th
Note: Solutions to odd numbered exercises from the textbook appear in the back of the
book. When such
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[550.430] Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment 2 Solutions
Congyuan Yang
yangcy@jhu.edu
February 26, 2014
Problem 1. The population size N = 212000, sample size n = 384.
Let xi be the population quantity of t
Johns Hopkins University
[550.430] Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment 4 Solutions
Congyuan Yang
yangcy@jhu.edu
March 8, 2014
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550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Naiman
Homework #7
Due Wednesday April 2nd
You neednt hand in solutions to problems with answers appearing in the back of the book.
1) Chapter 9, Problem #3
2) Chapter 9, Problem #4
3) Chapter 9, Problem #5
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[550.430] Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2014
Homework Assignment 5 Solutions
Congyuan Yang
yangcy@jhu.edu
March 8, 2014
Problem 1. Chapter 8, Problem #16
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550.430 Introduction to Statistics
Spring 2010
Naiman
Homework #4
Due Friday Feb 25th
Note: You do not have to hand in solutions to the odd numbered problems from the textbook,
but you should make sure you know how to solve them.
1) As pointed out in clas