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Professor Yuri Mansury
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TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
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Professor Yuri Mansury
ysm3@cornell.edu
TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
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Professor Yuri Mansury
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TA Andrea Restrepo
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T he P robit M odel o f M odal C hoice I n t he b imodal c ase, t he p robit m odel e quates t he p robability t hat a g iven t raveler c hooses m ode 1 i nstead o f m ode 2 t o t he p robability t hat a s tandardized n ormal r andom v ariable t akes o n
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Study Guide for Final Exam To do well on the final exam, you should: 1. Know which financial formula to use to obtain a present worth, a future worth, or an annualized amou
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
CRP 3210

Spring 2014
Professor Yuri Mansury
ysm3@cornell.edu
TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
CRP 3210
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
Problem Set 3
Suggested Solution
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Your Name:
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Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
MidTerm Exam
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PART A. Short questions and answers (total 28 points)
1. Briefly explain how the framework of decision analysis helps me
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
CRP 3210

Spring 2014
Professor Yuri Mansury
ysm3@cornell.edu
TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Department of City and Regional Planning
Cornell University
Fall 2014
CRP 3210
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
Final Exam Sample Questions
Sugg
1
Plans for Urban Development:
Why and How?
Making most development decisions one by onewith the focus on process,
without benet of something called a planis to forget why the eld exists.
Allan B. Jacobs (2000), Notes on Planning Practice and Education
To
Cornell University
Tue & Thu 1:25~2:15
Lab session: Wed 7:30pm
Prof. Yuri Mansury (ysm3@cornell.edu)
Office hours: Tues 3~4, and by appointment
Fall 2015
Class Room: W. Sibley 101
Lab venue: Jones Lab (W. Sibley 3rd floor)
TA: Dan Kuhlmann (dok23@cornell.
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Water Pollution in Ganga River
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Background
The Ganga river basin is home to over 500 million people and accounts for 43% of
Indias irrigable land area (Raghava 2012b). The river itself is also one of the most sacred rivers
in the world and holds
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TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
CRP 3210
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Problem Set 2
Suggested Solution
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
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Spring 2014
Professor Yuri Mansury
ysm3@cornell.edu
TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
CRP 3210
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
Please submit a hardcopy of your
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
CRP 3210

Spring 2014
Professor Yuri Mansury
ysm3@cornell.edu
TA Woosung Kim
wk252@cornell.edu
Cornell University
Department of City and Regional Planning
Fall 2014
CRP 3210
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for the Analysis of Public Policy
MidTerm Exam Sample Questions
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Modeling an Influenza Epidemic
In
The City of Ithaca
Quantitative Methods
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Introduction
Every fall the influenza virus, commonly known as the flu, becomes a household
topic across the nation. Most recently the H1N1 contagion, commonly known a
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