University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Assignment # 2
Student Name: _
Answer all the questions on the spaces provided. Underline your answers and show your calculations

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Assignment #3
Student Name: .
Solve all the following problems:
1. Find the Followings.
a-
5! =
0! =
b-
Permutation of 10 things

University of Southern California
Prof. Safarazdeh
Assignment # 1_Key
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Fall 2009
Student Name:
_
Answer all the questions on the spaces provided. Underline your answers and show you

Econ 317 Form A Exam 1 Name_ 1. A study based on 116 stage 3 colon cancer patients in the U.S. shows that 71 of them responded favorably to a new treatment that requires 2 sessions of radiation therapy per month. a. Describe the population, sample, a

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
HW # 4_Key
Student Name: _
1. A random sample of 100 observations from a population has a mean of 60 and a population standard de

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Data Analysis #1
Student Name: _
Objectives: The main objective of this assignment is to prepare you for a real analysis of econo

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Assignment # 4
Student Name: _
1. A random sample of 100 observations from a population has a mean of 60 and a population standar

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Assignment #3_B
Student Name: .
Solve all the following problems:
1. A random sample of 100 observations from a population has a

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Assignments (with Solutions) using the Movie Data
Accompanying Article Available at
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Professor Manochehr Rashidian March 13, 2008
1. (40 POINTS) a. (15 points) Let denote the average speed over the strech. Then the null and the alternative hypotheses are H0 Ha : = 70, : > 70.
Based on the data

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Mohammad Safarzadeh
April 28, 2011
Group Members:
Xi Lisa Zhao
Cristina Aggazzotti
Benjamin Gallant
Michael Yim
INTRODUCTION
As the globalization of the world economy grows, the United States is more an

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
Assignment # 2
Student Name: _
Answer all the questions on the spaces provided. Underline your answers and show your calculations

University of Southern California
Department of Economics
ECON 317 Introduction to Statistics for Economists
Prof. Safarzadeh
HW # 5_Key
Student Name: _
1- A sample of 40 observations from a population with a known variance of 242 has a mean of 94. Write

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Professor Manochehr Rashidian April 22, 2008
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Pd: _
Breakdown for the final, 42 questions:
1-2 questions on each of the following:
o Quantitative/qualitative variables, stem and leaf plots, statistics/parameters, CIs
(know the z scores for each level of confidence), C

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order to give a successful speech

Solutions to selected odd problems
Chapter 2
2.57
a. x (4 2 1 0 1) / 5 1.6
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Tools/Data Analysis
2.67
a. Range = Maximum Minimum. Since Maximum = 13, and Minimum = 1 the
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1.
a)
Analysis of Variance for conversion
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Sum of Squares
Df
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F-Ratio
P-Value
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0.4225
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Further Probability
Chapter assessment
1.
In a group of 30 pupils, 20 are girls and 10 are boys. From these 30 pupils, 5 are
chosen at random.
(i)
(ii)
2.
In how many ways may they be chosen?
[2]
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