University of Minnesota
3101.04 Intermediate Microeconomics
Problem Set 5
Due April 27, 2011
Name: _
Write clearly and legibly!
1
Sequential Price Games (15 points)
Consumer a market with one large rm and many small rms. The supply curve of the small
rms
Econ 4531 - Spring2011
Problem Set 4
Due Thursday April 28th (during lecture)
For question 1, please use the same data set from previous problem set (laborEcon.dta)
. Feel free to resample the data set if you think it is appropriate.
1. (35 points total)
Econ 4531 - Spring 2011
Problem Set 2
Deadline: Feb 22nd (during lecture)
1. (10 point each) Review Questions from Chapter 3: Questions 1, and 6; Chapter 4,
Question 1.
2. (10 points) Replicate and update Table 3.1, Figure 3.1 and Figure 4.1.
3. (10 point
Intermediate Microeconomics (Econ 3101) Exam 1
Instructions: Write your name on the back of the exam. Answer all parts of all questions, and show work. Exactly 120 minutes will be provided to complete the exam. Notes, books, computers, cell phones, or com
Econ 3101.04
University of Minnesota
Practice Questions on Monopoly
TRUE/FALSE
1. Since a monopoly charges a price higher than marginal cost, it will produce an inefficient amount of
output.
2. If the interest rate is 10%, a monopolist will choose a marku
A Brief Introduction to Statistics
Yanjia Yu
January 20, 2016
1
What is statistics?
Definition. Statistics is the science of collecting, describing, and
analyzing data.
collecting - chapter 4
describing - chapters 2 & 3
analyzing - the rest chapters
2
STAT3011 Fall 2016
Assignment 2
Due: October 2, 2016
Chapter covered: 5
5.6 (page 216)
5.14 (page 228)
5.24 (page 229)
5.32 (page 239)
5.34 (page 240; the following contingency table may be helpful)
Second free throw
First free throw
To
Math 1272 30
PRACTICE
MIDTERM EXAM 1
6 February 2011
The real exam will contain seven (7) problems, one from each of the numbered categories.
You may use scientific calculators and all necessary trig identities will be written on the board.
1.) (Section 7
Homework 4
Econ 3101.04: Intermediate Microeconomics
Deniz Cicek
This homework is due on Friday, November 7 in class. The maximum score is 105 points. Be sure to review
the syllabus for details about homework assignments and their grading! Note that some
University of Minnesota
Department of Economics
Econ 3102 : Intermediate Macroeconomics
Handout 3
This handout presents how we can use all the results obtained in handouts 1 and 2 in order
to characterize our competitive equilibrium. We do this in two die
University of Minnesota
Department of Economics
Econ 3102: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Handout 1
In this handout I would like to go in more detail into the ups and downs of Chapter 4.
Specically, I go over the representative consumer problem; the represen
University of Minnesota
Econ 3101.04
Practice Questions on Oligopoly
TRUE/FALSE
1. In Cournot equilibrium each firm chooses the quantity that maximizes its own profits assuming that the firms
rival will continue to sell at the same price as before.
2. In
STAT 3011 Fall 2016
Assignment 3
Due: October 9, 2016
Chapters covered: 6
6.6 (p275)
6.10 (p276) a,b,c.
6.23 (p287)
6.26 (p287)
6.31 (p288)
6.56 (p299) : Do not need to submit a graph.
R problem
1. We will look at the distribution of the number of tattoos
STAT 3011
Homework 1
(Due: Sep 25, 2016)
Fall 2016
Chapters covered: 1, 2, 4
1.19
1.24: a, b, c, and
d) What type of variable is the students answer to researchers question On how many days in the
past week did you consume at least one alcoholic drink?
STAT3011 Fall 2016
Assignment 7
Due: November 13, 2016
Chapter covered: 9
Hypothesis test problems
A good approach to statistical analysis is to have an analysis plan in mind before you look at
the data. What procedure would you use to ana
Homework 6
STAT 3011 FALL 2016
Sections covered: 9.1, 9.2
Problem 1: For the test of H0 : p = 0.75, the z test statistic equals 1.44. The only R code you are allowed
to use is:
pnorm(1.44, lower=F)
# [1] 0.0749337
(a) find the pvalue for H : p > 0.75.
(b)
STAT3011 Fall 2016
Assignment 9
Due: Dec 4, 2016
Chapter covered: 14
Textbook Problems
14.2
14.6
14.35
14.36
14.44
14.61
14.62
14.65
R Problem 1
Use the data collected in the Getting To Know You Survey to determine
STAT 3011
Homework 8
Fall 2016
Chapters covered: 10
For problems 1 through 5, please include
The name of the statistical test
The parameter being tested, value of the parameter and the signs of Ho and Ha
Example : Which hypothesis test would you use to
STAT 3011 Fall 2016
Lab 10
December 6-8, 2016
Problem 1:
Are the strengths of the Minnesota tornadoes dependent on the locations of occurrence?
In this problem, we examine the following measurements for each of the 1,363 tornadoes
that had mad
STAT 3011 Fall 2016
Assignment 10
Due: December 14, 2016
Chapters covered: 11, 3, 12
Textbook Problems
11.12 (page 554)
Hint: For part a), use the following contingency table.
Second free throw
First free throw
Total
Made
Missed
Made
2
Exercise Questions: Chapter 10
10.1
Understanding a linear regression model. Consider a linear regression model with y =
40.5 2.5x and standard deviation = 2.0.
(a) What is the slope of the population regression line?
(b) Explain clearly what this slope s
Intermediate Microeconomics (Econ 3101) Assignment 2
Due Monday, 29 June 2009, 10:00 am. Students are welcome to discuss homework in groups, but each student must prepare and submit a unique assignment and note the names of other group members. All assign
Prelude
Mail-order sales
company uses many different mailed catalogs to sell different types
of merchandise. One catalog that features home goods, such as
bedspreads and pillows, was mailed to 200,000 people who were not
current customers.1 The response v
Problem Set 5
STAT 3022, section 005
02/15/2011
The following should be completed by Tuesday, February 22.
Assigned Reading
Section 5.2: The Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean (pp 335-346)
Section 6.1: Estimating with Condence (pp 353-368)
Section 6.2
Problem Set 4
STAT 3022, section 005
02/08/2011
The following should be completed by Tuesday, February 15.
Assigned Reading
Section 4.1: Randomness (pp 237-241)
Section 4.2: Probability Models (pp 242-255)
Section 4.3: Random Variables (pp 258-267)
Sectio
Problem Set 3
STAT 3022, section 005
02/01/2011
The following should be completed by Tuesday, February 15.
Assigned Reading
Section 3.1: Design of Experiments (pp 171-192)
Section 3.2: Sampling Design (pp 197-208)
Section 3.3: Toward Statistical Inference
Problem Set 2
STAT 3022, section 005
01/25/2011
The following should be completed by Tuesday, February 1.
Assigned Reading
Section 2.2: Correlation (pp 101-105)
Section 2.3: Least-Squares Regression (pp 108-121)
Section 2.4: Cautions about Correlation and
Problem Set 1
STAT 3022, section 005
01/19/2011
The following should be completed by Tuesday, January 25.
Assigned Reading
Section 1.1: Displaying Distributions with Graphs (pp 1-22)
Section 1.2: Describing Distributions with Numbers (pp 30-48)
Section 1.