NAME:
Econ 311
Sumer 2011
Final Exam
NAME:
Summer Concerts
I've got $500 to spend on summer concerts, and this is my lucky summer because two of my favorite
artistsGwen Stefani and Snoop Dogg are each going to be on tour. My preferences for their concerts
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW2
Due April 25th in class.
1. Textbook 1.105 (Page 76-77)
2. The dataset GenderDiscrimination that you need to analyze has been uploaded onto blackboard/Course
Documents/Data. Let
1
and
2
denote the mean salary of male (M) and fema
EC311
Quiz #3
SHOW YOUR DAMN WORK!
Names:
Imagine yourself living in ancient Greece. You are in charge of a firm that constructs bathhouses in
Athens. The number of bathhouses, B, you can build is a function of the number of Athenians, A, that
you hire, a
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QUIZZES (Ch. 36)
Quiz 2
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The Budget Set
2.1 In Problem 2.1, if you have an income of $12 to spend, if commodity 1 costs $2 per unit, and if commodity 2 costs $6 per unit, then the equation for your budget line can be written as (a) x1 /2 + x2 /6 =
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Chapter5: Income Measurement and Profitability Analysis
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The focus of this chapter is revenue recognition. We first discuss the general circumstance in
which
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Chapter13: Current Liabilities and Contingencies
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With the discussion of investments in Chapter 12, we concluded our six-chapter coverage of
assets that began in
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Chapter2: Review of the Accounting Process
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Chapter 1 explained that the primary means of conveying financial information to investors,
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In this chapter you will learn about various approaches used to account for investments that
companies make in the debt and equity of
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This chapter and the one that follows address the measurement and r
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Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. In Problem 11, ads in the boring business magazine are read by 300 lawyers and 1,000 M.B.A.s. Ads in the
consumer
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Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. In Problem 1, if you have an income of $80 to spend, if commodity 1 costs $4 per unit, and if commodity 2
costs $1
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DSC 330 (Spring 2012) Midterm Exam (May 7th, 2012)
Last Name:
First Name:
Note: This exam paper includes 7 pages. Write clearly and show steps for partial credit.
Indicate the degree of freedom and (or /2) in constructing a rejection region.
1. (15 points
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW1
Due April 11th in class
1. Suppose a random variable,
bility
(
1),
(
2) and
2. Suppose a random variable
down the value of
is from the population
(2
4).
follows the standard normal distribution
in the following questions. (We
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW2 SOLUTIONS
Due April 25th in class.
1. Textbook 1.105 (Page 76-77)
Solutions:
a. Let
1
= mean height of Australian boys who repeated a grade and
2
= mean height of Australian boys
who never repeated a grade. To determine if the av
DSC 330 HW5 (Spring 2012) SOLUTIONS
1. Solutions:
(a) Refer to the following table.
Model
R
Table 1: Model Summary
Adjusted R Square standard error of the estimate
R Squared
1
0.954
(0.949)
(88.9)
Table 2: ANOVA
Mean Square
F
Model
Sum of Squares
df
Regre
Chapter 05 - Income Measurement and Profitability Analysis
Chapter 5
Income Measurement and Profitability Analysis
QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEYQuestion 5-1
TOPICS
The realization principle requires that two criteria be satisfied before revenue can be
recog
Chapter 04 - The Income Statement and Statement of Cash Flows
Chapter 4
The Income Statement and Statement of Cash
Flows
QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEYQuestion 4-1
TOPICS
The income statement is a change statement that reports transactions revenues, expenses
Chapter 03 - The Balance Sheet and Financial Disclosures
Chapter 3
The Balance Sheet and Financial Disclosures
QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEYQuestion 3-1
TOPICS
The purpose of the balance sheet, also known as the statement of financial position, is to
presen
Correlations
Age
Age
Pearson Correlation
Price
1
.730
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
Price
*
32
Pearson Correlation
32
*
1
.730
Sig. (2-tailed)
.000
N
32
32
*. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).
Model Summary
Adjusted R
Model
R
1
.730
R Squa
2.
(a)
Report
Salary
Gender
Mean
Std. Deviation
N
F
14.100
10
2.8067
M
20.300
10
2.9458
Total
17.200
20
4.2377
3.
(a)
Coefficientsa
Standardized
Model
Unstandardized Coefficients
B
1
Std. Error
(Constant)
6.252
-.002
.001
t
Sig.
Beta
.237
Pectin ppm
Coeff
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW6
Do not turn in
All statistical tests should be done at = 5% level and you must clearly indicate the degree
of freedom when you construct a rejection region.
1. An investigation about year-end bonus discrimination related to gende
DSC 330 (Spring 2012) HW5
Due May 30th, 2012 in class
1. Suppose the following interaction model is used to study the relationship between
and two predictors
1
=
and
0
+
2:
11
+
22
+
312
+,
2
(0,
)
(1)
The SPSS output based on this interaction model is as
DSC 330 HW4 (Spring 2012) SOLUTIONS
1. Textbook 4.11 Solutions:
(b) The least squares prediction equation is = 21087.95 + 108.45
340.17
3
+ 85.68
1
+ 557.91
2
4.
(d) To determine if redshift is a useful linear predictor of equivalent width, we test:
0
:
=