Muhammad Samara
EC 351
Project Assignment #2
Independent Variable 1: Hours spent on social media per day
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MAN 6325 Fall 2012: PMSM Program
Probability Fundamentals Worksheet: Page 1 of 12
RULE OF COMPLEMENTS WORKSHEET (#1)
The rule of complements is a fundamental and straightforward rule dealing with mutu
Econometrics Project
Economics 351-001
Fall 2015
Kelsey Hample
Department of Economics
1
Overview
Each student will individually complete an original research project that will primarily make
use of t
Economics 351-001 Econometrics I Fall 2015
Kelsey Hample, Department of Economics
Mon/Wed 1:30 2:45PM, 4223D Nelson Hall
Oce Hours
Oce location: 4122 Nelson Hall
Email address: [email protected]
By app
Name: _
EC 351 001: Econometrics I
EXAM 1
Instructions: Provide all answers on this exam paper. You must show all work to receive credit.
Make your final answer clear in order to receive full credit.
Name: _
EC 351 001: Econometrics I
EXAM 1
Instructions: Provide all answers on this exam paper. You must show all work to receive credit.
Make your final answer clear in order to receive full credit.
Econometrics Project
Economics 351-001
Fall 2017
Huachen Li
Department of Economics
1
Overview
Each student will individually complete an original research project that will primarily make
use of the
Project Assignment #4
Due (Physical Copy): Thursday, November 30 by 4:30PM
Value: 15% of your project grade
1. Briefly summarize your project in 1 to 2 pages. What are the policy implications of your
Project Assignment #3
Due (Physical Copy): Tuesday, November 21 by 4:30PM
Value: 35% of your project grade
1. Run a regression that explores the relationship between your dependent variable and all of
Economics 351-001 Econometrics I Fall 2017
Huachen Li, Department of Economics
Tues/Thurs 4:30 5:45PM, 01130 Nelson Hall
Office Hours
Office location: 4109 Nelson Hall
Email address: [email protected]
Th
Stock and Watson Ch. 2 Homework
2.2
(c)
Use probability distribution given in Table 2.2 to compute (a) E[Y] and E[X]; (b)
and corr(X,Y).
Long Commute (Y=0)
Short Commute (Y=1)
Total
2.4
Rain (X=0)
0.1
Muhammad Samara
EC 351
Project Assignment #3
1. Regression Test with all independent variables.
2. Do regression results support original predictions?
No, I originally predicted that heavy social medi
Exam 1 Review Questions
EC 351
Dinterman
1. Math SAT scores are distributed normally with N (500,10000) . (Note: this notation will
always refer to Normal ( Mean , Variance ).)
a. What fraction of stu
Muhammad Samara
EC 351
Project Assignment #4
1. The essential purpose of this research project was to analyze the effects of social media
use on student aptitude, using GPA as the primary measurement
Exam 1 Review Questions
EC 351
Dinterman
1. Math SAT scores are distributed normally with N (500,10000) . (Note: this notation will
always refer to Normal ( Mean , Variance ).)
a. What fraction of stu
Muhammad Samara
EC 351
Project Assignment #1
1. My research topic for this project is the analysis of the relationship between the amount
of activity/ presence on social media on the grade point avera
Two Random Variables:
If you want to compare an outcome across two groups (rate of diabetes by race), you will need
two random variables (rate of diabetes and race)
Main Types of Probabilities:
Margin