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You believe that the economy will take three states
boom; normal; bust
with probability of
20%; 50%; 30%
The stock index will take three levels under the three states:
2300; 2000; 1800
Q1. What is the expected value of the index? (note this is also th
HOMEWORK ON CHAPTER13
Name
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) The First Bank of the United States
1)
A) was fundamental in helping the Federal Government finance the War of 1812.
B)
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Exam #3
Section A: Multiple Choice Questions. (30 points; 2 pts each)
#1. In an open economy where government spending was $30 billion, consumption was $70 billion,
taxes were $20 billion, and GDP w
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Project 1 Burger King self-order system
CS 172 Introduction to Computing
Prof. Danyang Zhang
Description:
Design a Burger King self order program that accepts customers order and finishes the
transaction. Suppose there are three types of burgers:
1. Burge
Intermediate Macroeconomics:
Final Exam Review Questions
Prof. Eric Sims
University of Notre Dame
December 6, 2012
1. In the context of the equilibrium model of production with flexible prices (e.g. the real
business cycle model), show how changes in At ,
I. An implication of part [of the Coase theorem is that in the presence of externalities,
govemrnent:
A) should primarily establish preperty rights to prevent market failure.
8) should primarily use taxes to prevent market failure.
C) should primarily use
Name:
Date:
. Public goods:
A) are likely to be underprovided by the private sector due to the free rider problem.
B) are likely to be overprovided by the private sector due to the free rider problem.
C) can only be provided by the public sector, while
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Practice Final Exam Spring 2006 VERSION 1 WITH ANSWERS
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Chapter 4 Classical Normal Linear Regression Model (CNLRM)
The classical theory of statistical inference:
(1) Estimation
(2) Hypothesis testing
Estimation:
Under the assumptions of the CLRM, we were able to show that the estimators of these
parameters,
,
Final Exam
(1) Interpret the three multiple regression coefficients, se, t value, p value, and R2. (15 points)
(2) Set up the null and alternative hypotheses for testing about individual regression coefficients
and explain the meaning of each and why we n
HW Assignment
Chapter 3
1) Explain the meaning of each of the following terms:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Population regression function (PRF)
Sample regression function (SRF)
Stochastic PRF
Linear regression model
Stochastic error term (ui)
Residual t
Statistical Inference
Estimation and Hypothesis Testing
Population vs. Sample in Research
1
Important Terminology
Population
A complete set of people, objects, or events that possess a common
characteristic
Subset or subgroup selected from a population
Nu
Properties of Point Estimators
We use the sample mean
estimator of
X
Why do we use
X
X
as a point estimator of
X
, as well as to obtain an interval
.
X
, rather than the sample median or the sample mode?
is most frequently used measure of the
X
because it
Homework Assignment Multiple Regression Analysis
(1) You are given the following data based on 15 observations.
Y
= 367.693;
x3i2
= 280;
X2
= 402.760;
y i x 2i
X3
= 8.0;
=74,778.346;
y
y i x 3i
2
i
= 66,042.269;
=4,250.9;
x
x 2 i x 3i
2
2i
= 84,855.09
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Econ 311: The behavior of interest rates
If the feds were to increase interest rates today I believe it would have a positive and a
negative impact. With rates being raised today it would not have much impact right away but
over t
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Trade Problems
US (one person or days labor)
Great Britain (one person or
days labor)
Wheat
12 bushels
3 bushels
Textiles
3 yards
12 yards
The US:
1. Has an absolute advantage over Great Britain in the production of textiles
2. Has an absolu
Yield Curve Modeling
Constructing the Curve with
Futures & Swaps
Copyright 1996-2006 Investment Analytics
Ingredients for Building the Zero
Coupon Spot Curve
Cash Rates
FRA Rates (T-Bills)
Futures Prices
Swap Rates
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Theories of the Yield Curve
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Investment Analytics
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The Yield Curve
What is the yield curve?
How is the curve constructed?
Why is the yield curve shaped the way
it is?
Why does its shape change?
How can a trader profit from this?
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