Chapter Contents
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Definitions
Level of Measurement
Sampling Concepts
Sampling Methods
Chapter 2
Data Collection
Data set - a particular collection of data values.
Subject (or individual) an item for study (e.g., an
employee in your company
Chapter Contents
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.7
5.8
Random Experiments
Probability
Rules of Probability
Independent Events
Contingency Tables
Bayes Theorem
Counting Rules
Chapter 5
Probability
Sample Space
A
random experiment is an observational process where th
Chapter Contents
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Numerical Description
Measures of Center
Measures of Variability
Standardized Data
Percentiles and Quartiles
Chapter 4
Descriptive Statistics
Three key characteristics of numerical data.
Chapter 4
4.1 Numerical Descrip
Chapter Contents
3.1 Stem-and-Leaf Displays and Dot Plots
3.2 Frequency Distributions and Histograms
Chapter 3
Describing Data Visually
Measurement
Think about how the dataset was collected and measured.
Sorting (Example: Price/Earnings Ratios)
Sort the
Chapter Contents
1.1 What is Statistics?
1.3 Uses of Statistics
1.5 Critical Thinking
Chapter 1
Overview of Statistics
Chapter 1
1.1 Statistics & Statistic
Statistics is the science of collecting, organizing, analyzing,
interpreting, and presenting data.
Topic 2
Market Demand and Supply
1
2
Key concepts
Demand curve
Changes in demand
Supply curve
Changes in supply
Equilibrium
Changes in equilibrium
Demand curve, price elasticity of demand
and revenue
Market Economy
A market is any place where buyers and
s
Topic 11
Fiscal Policy
Key Concepts
Fiscal policy
Discretionary fiscal policy
Automatic stabilisers
The federal budget
The macroeconomic significance
of the budget
Implications of the budget
outcome for government debt
levels
2
Fiscal Policy
Fiscal Policy
Topic 9
Inflation
and
1
Key Concepts to be Learnt in this Topic
Inflation:
Meaning and measurement of inflation
Consequences of inflation
Demand-Pull and Cost-Push Inflation
Inflation in Australia and other countries
Unemployment:
Definition and measureme
Topic 10
Monetary Policy
1
Key Concepts
Definition and functions of money
Demand for money
Money Supply
RBA
Cash rate
Exchange settlement accounts (ESA)
Open market operations (OMO)
Expansionary monetary policy (MP) and its effects
on real GDP and price l
Chapter
11
Measuring the size of the
economy
2
Key concepts
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Difference between Final and Intermediate
Goods/Services
Non Productive Financial Transactions
The Circular Flow Model
Measuring GDP: The Expenditure, Income and
Valu
Production Costs
Overview
Economic profit
Production
Marginal product
Time periods
Short-run and Long-run
Costs
Fixed and variable costs
Marginal cost
Scale of production
Review
Market voluntary exchange between
buyers and sellers
Buyers:
limit
Topic 3
Markets in Action
1
2
Key concepts
Regulated Prices
Price ceilings
Price floors
Market failure
Public goods
Externalities
Government intervention
Governments intervene in the operations
of the market system for several reasons,
including:
Efficien
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Chapter 9
Monopolistic competition and
oligopoly
3
Key concepts
The monopolistic competition market structure
The monopolistically competitive firm as a price
maker
Price and output decisions for a monopolistic
competitor
Comparing monopolistic, perfect c
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Lab 14
Question 1) Control Panel>System and Security>Windows Firewall>Advanced Settings .
Locate the rule, and then by double clicking we can able to see the port being used.
18).
Question 2) You should set a time limit on remote assistance to
70-680 Configuring Windows 7 Lab Manual
LAB 11
MANAGING AND
MONITORING
PERFORMANCE
Exercise 11.1
Using Event Viewer
Overview
In Exercise 11.1, you demonstrate some methods for isolating the most
important events in the Windows 7 logs.
Completion time
10 m
Some Statistical Procedures and Functions with Excel
Introductory Note:
Microsofts Excel spreadsheet provides both statistical procedures and statistical functions. The procedures
are accessed by clicking on Tools in the task bar at the top of the Excel s
SELF-TEST: Time Series and Forecasting
1. What are the four sources of variation in a time series?
2. What kinds of trends may be observed in a time series - that is, what mathematical
forms may a time trend have?
3. In Gopher Prairie, town officials regr
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McRAE
1.
What two kinds of errors can be made in hypothesis testing?
2.
What is the probability of a Type I error? Why is it not possible in advance to say what the
probability is of a Type II error?
3.
(N) Safety enginee
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Stats II: Self Test for Third Exam
1.
What is a 2? For what statistical procedures can it be used?
2.
What is a goodness of fit test?
3.
Customer choices among the four luncheon specials at Dinah's Deli are thought to be uniformly
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SELF-TEST: SIMPLE REGRESSION
Note: Those questions indicated with an (N) are unlikely to appear in this form on an in-class examination, but you
should be able to describe the procedures used to get an answer and be able to interpret the a
SELF TEST ONE
Note: Questions designated with an (N) are questions that are unlikely to appear on an in-class
examination. You should, however, know how to answer those questions with the appropriate equipment.
1.
Statistics is about _.
2.
Define each of
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.52815013
R Square
0.27894256
Adjusted R Square 0.25490731
Standard Error
82.0023743
Observations
32
ANOVA
df
Regression
Residual
Total
Intercept
Debt
1
30
31
SS
MS
F
Significance F
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Some Extra 2 problems.
The Dean of Students wants to know whether exposing students to an alcohol-awareness program will
reduce drinking. A sample of students is divided into two, and one group undergoes an alcohol-awareness
program while the other does n
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Exam I Review Sheet
Disclaimer: This review sheet is an attempt to help you to realize what topics are most important and thus most likely to appear on
the exam. This review sheet is not meant to be a direct listing of the qu
Some Excel Statistical Functions
Excels statistical functions are built-in formulas that carry out certain calculations. To use them, enter the
appropriate formula in a cell and give the formula all the arguments it requires. You may already be familiar w
Data Set A:
9. cross section
11. length and width are indeterminate; wed expect the coefficient on weight to be negative and that on the
Japan dummy to be positive
13. mileage = 44 0.004Xlength 0.106Xwidth 0.004Xweight 1.323Xjapan
as expected the coeffici