Name:
Instructor: Ding Du
Course: Economics 285
Chapter 7: Production and Growth
Introduction to Chapter
A countries standard of living depends on its ability to produce goods & services.
Chapter 7 is part of long run economics because it is about income.
Name:
Instructor: Ding Du
Course: Economics 285
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Chapter 8: Saving, Investing, and the Financial System
Introduction Concept
S & I lead to K/L increase which leads to productivity increase which leads to living standard increase.
S & I K/L Productivity L
Research Design
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Lesson 3
OBJECTIVES
To understand the Scientific Method
To be able to distinguish among the various types of sampling bias.
To be able to distinguish among the various experimental designs.
To understand the difference between causatio
LogicofHypothesisTestingp.1
Lesson 7
OBJECTIVES
To understand the basic concepts in hypothesis testing
To be aware of the difference between statistical significance and practical significance
To understand the five-step critical value and five-step p-val
Name:
Instructor: Ding Du
Course: Economics 285
1
Chapter 6: Measuring the Cost of Living
Introduction Concepts
In 1931 President Hoover had a salary of $75,000, in 2014, President Obama has a salary of
$400,000. Does Obama have a higher salary than Hoove
Chapter 4: Normal Distributions
Introduction to Normal Distributions
The normal distribution is the most important and most widely used
distribution in statistics.
Often referred to as a bell curve or a Gaussian curve.
There are many normal distributions.
Lesson 5: Sampling Distribution
Introduction:
Recall that inferential statistics concern generalizing from a sample to a population.
A critical part of inferential statistics involves determining how far sample statistics are likely to
vary from each othe
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Lesson 8
OBJECTIVES
To know when to use and how to perform a Z test for the population mean
To know when to use and how to perform a t test for the population mean
ZTestforthePopulationMean when isKnown
Assumptions:
Populationisnorm
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Lesson 9
OBJECTIVES
Understand the different types of relationships between bivariate data
Be able to compute the sample correlation coefficient between two quantitative variables
Understand the properties of the sample correlat
Name:
Instructor: Ding Du
Course: Economics 285
1
Chapter 5: Measuring a Nations Income (GDP)
Introduction Concepts
GDP: Gross Domestic Product
Total Output is the equivalent of Total Income and Total Expenditure, which are equivalent to each
other.
Incom
Introduction
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Lesson 1
OBJECTIVES
Tounderstandthetypesofvariablesusedinstatistics
Toknowthedifferentmeasurementscales
Toknowhowtocollectdata
Toknowthedifferentwaystocollectasample
Tounderstandthetypesofsurveyerrors
OVERVIEW AND KEY CONCEPTS
What is Bus
Normal Distribution
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Lesson 4
OBJECTIVES
To understand the basic concepts of continuous probability density function.
To know the characteristics of the normal distribution and the standardized normal
distribution.
To be able to compute probabilities f
Sampling Distribution
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Lesson 5
OBJECTIVES
To understand the concept of the sampling distribution
To be able to compute the mean and standard error related to the sample mean and sample
proportion
To understand and be able to apply the central limit th
Summarizing Distributions
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Lesson 2
OBJECTIVES
To describe the properties of central tendency, variation, and shape in numerical data
To construct and interpret a boxplot
To compute descriptive summary measures for a population
To compute the covarianc
Whitney Hetrick
ECON
Homework 5
I think that the decision where the interest rate ultimately falls is the better decision, because of
several reasons, or effects if you will. For one thing, Lower interest rates make it cheaper to borrow. This
tends to enc
Whitney Hetrick
A.
Elastic
Laptop
College Tuition
Inelastic
Soft Drinks
Juice
Beef
Pork
Fruit
Cigarettes
Cereals
Milk
Gasoline
Cheese
Automobile
Eggs
Bible
Drinking water
Pencil
Hamburger
Video Game
Coffee
B.
The Demands for the Bible and cigarettes are v
1. The disaster will affect the supply of Christian books by decreasing it, because there will be a
decrease in labor, but also in supplies, thus shifting the graph of quantity supplied to the left,
potentially raising the price. It will also affect the d
1
Quiz06SupplyChainManagement
1- Initially Amazon.com had no inventory and books were shipped from the publisher to the
customer. As Amazon.com grew, they found it necessary to hold inventory and built
regional warehouses. Currently, they are considering
Koji Tanaka
SOC101
Dr. Yvonne M. Luna
3/3/2015
1.
According to Andersen, Taylor, and Logio, what is impression management? How does
this relate to the dramaturgy model?
Andersen & Taylor (2001:95-6) contends that impression management is a process by whic
Big Med: Quality
OM & Biz News Assignment
Koji Tanaka
Questions:
A favorite quote of quality people is that Quality cannot be inspected into a product. Is this true for the
kitchen manager? How has the kitchen manager changed his inspection in a way that
2 out of 2 points
Which of these is NOT an element of TQM?
Selected Answer:
Question 2
2 out of 2 points
Pareto charts are used to
Selected Answer:
Question 3
2 out of 2 points
According to the manufacturing-based definition of quality,
Selected Answer
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Will Ott
MGT300
2/9/2015
There are sixteen possible personality types in The Test. After taking the test I found out
I am an ISFP. My test results were below. After reading through the results and the
explanations the only one I disagree with
Koji Tanaka
Susan Carder
MKT333 Section 1
10/11/2013
Starbucks vs. Dunkin Donuts
1. Describe the targeted segment(s) of each Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts.
Starbucks
- Consumers of Starbucks in cities or upscale suburban areas.
- Main target market is men a
Koji Tanaka
Susan Fae Carder
MKT333 Section1
10/21/2013
Case Study #5 LEGO
Discussion Questions:
1. Do you think LEGO should try to compete with more technologically-advanced toys? Why
or why not?
Yes they should. World has been changing as technologies i
Koji Tanaka
Susan Carder
MKT333 Section 1
10/15/2013
McWrap
McDonald has introduced a new menu McWrap that may change the fast food market. It
has three benefits that the fast food market didnt have. The release of the McWrap will likely
boast consumers i
Koji Tanaka
Dean Smith
ECO324
4/15/2014
Illegal Ivory Trade
My opinion is that we must discontinue the ban on the trade of animal horns. In all of
Africa, there are only approximately 600,000 African elephants remaining, and around 38,000
elephants are il