ECON 6306 Applied Econometrics
Homework 11
1. Use brumm.dta
2. Estimate inflat = f(money output)
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ECO 6306 Econometrics
Homework 2
1. Suppose X has pdf:
2 2
f ( x )= x , 0 x 3 otherwise f ( x )=0
3 9
a. Show that the area under the pdf is equal to 1.
b. What is the probability that 0 x
c. What is the probability that
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2
1
3
x
4
4
2. The len
ECON 6306 - Applied Econometrics
Learning Module 2: Probability Primer
Based on slides by Walter R. Paczkowski
Rutgers University
John Wiley and Sons
Page
1
Learning Objectives
After completing this learning module, the student will be able to:
Define a
ECON 6306 - Applied Econometrics
Learning Module 3
Lesson 1
Linear Regression
Based on Slides by:
Walter R. Paczkowski
Rutgers University
Page
1
Learning Objectives
Lesson 1:
Explain the difference between an estimate and an estimator
Develop and use t
ECON 6306 - Applied Econometrics
Appendix B Probability Concepts
Based on slides by Walter R. Paczkowski
Rutgers University
John Wiley and Sons
Page
1
Variance of a Discrete Random Variable
The variance of a discrete random variable X is
the expected val
ECON 6306 - Applied Econometrics
Learning Module 3
Lesson 2
Non-linear Functional Form
Dummy Variables
Based on Slides by:
Walter R. Paczkowski
Rutgers University
Page
1
Learning Objectives
Lesson 1:
Explain the difference between an estimate and an est
ECON 6306 Applied
Econometrics
Introduction
Probability Primer
The Simple Linear Regression Model
Learning Objectives
Describe the econometric model
Systematic and random components
Uses
Identify characteristics of data we will use
Sources
Levels of
ECON 6306 Econometrics
Learning Module 1a Introduction to STATA
Basics
Starting Stata
Exiting Stata
Stata data files for Principles of Econometrics
A working directory
Opening Stata data files
The use command
Using the toolbar
Using files on the internet
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ECO 6306 Econometrics
Homework 2
1. Suppose X has pdf:
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, 0 3
3 9
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a. Show that the area under the pdf is equal to 1.
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b. What is the probability that 0 ?
2
1
3
c. What is the probability that 4 4
2. The length of life (in years
ECON 6306 Applied Econometrics
Homework 11
1. Use brumm.dta
2. Estimate inflat = f(money output)
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