The Excel function "NORM.S.DIST(Z-Score,1)" gives the "left-hand" probability value for the standard
normal distribution. For a negative Z-score, the function will return the p-value in the left-hand tail. To get the
upper (right-hand) p-value with a posi
The Excel function "NORM.S.DIST(Z-Score,1)" gives the "left-hand" probability value for the standard normal
distribution. For a negative Z-score, the function will return the p-value in the left-hand tail. To get the upper
(right-hand) p-value with a posi
Do your work here. Answers should automatically populate the "Answer Sheet" tab. Print and turn in the Answer
See notes regarding Excel Normal probability functions on the "Notes" tab.
Due in Recitation on Friday 2/10/2017. There are 12 questions.
Total imports and exports of China and North America (US $10000)
Total imports and exports of China and Canada (US $10000)
Total imports and exports of China and America (US $10000)
Total imports and exports of China and Greenland (US
ECMT 463: Introduction to Econometrics
MW 3:00-3:50PM, HECC 110 (your individual recitation sections on Fridays in ALLN
Prof. Yonghong An, [email protected], ALLN 3051
Office hours: Monday 9:30-11:30am or by a
Fill in the blanks or choose the correct word. Each blank is worth 2 points unless specified otherwise.
 You observed that per hour wages of workers are not the same, and you wish to find whether
differences of wages ar
Each question is worth 2 points unless specified otherwise.
 Let Q be the quantity demanded and P be the price in dollars. You specified two models and estimated
Each cell is worth 2 points unless specified otherwise.
 Let Y be a random variable. The expected value E(Y) is the (probability) weighted average of the
values of Y. Let
y i ,i=1,2, , n be the values of Y and probabili
Fill in the blanks or choose the correct word. Each blank is worth 2 points.
 You want to investigate the cause of differences in salaries of CEOs, and ask whether the differences
in salaries can be explained by differen
Scores on an aptitude test are known to follow a
normal distribution with a standard deviation of
32.4 points. A random sample of 12 test scores had
a mean score of 189.7 points.
Find an 80% confidence interval for the
population mean for this sample.
Econometrics 461: Term Project Evaluation
1. Introduction (15 percent)
a. Overview of the question to be addressed including the economic relevance of
b. Discuss the economic theory behind the question and ex
Do your work here. Answers should automatically populate the "Answer Sheet" tab.
See notes about Excel probability functions on the "Notes" tab.
Q1. Assume a normal distribution with a known variance.
Calculate the Lower Confiden
Econometrics 461 Schulman
Homework #3 Solution Set
For Questions 1-5, let the random variable X follow a Normal distribution with mean = 48 and
variance 2 = 64.
Q1. Find the probability that X is greater than 58.
a. What is the Z-Score =>
Due in Recitation, Friday Jan. 27
1. Table of summary statistics
Homework #2 - Solutions
2. Summary Statistics
1. Scatter Chart of Gasoline vs Crude Prices
Scatter suggests that there is a positive
relationship (correlation) between gasoline
and crude prices. As c
failure of the system in some cases. Attention should be
paid to minimising cable lengths and, particularly, to
ensuring that all connections are correctly made and
protected. Whilst it may not affect the initial
performance of the system, a poor connecti
of the Field Trial Rules and Chapter 1, Section 3 and
Section 12 of the Regulations for AKC Hunting Tests.) The
order and chronological dates listed here may not
necessarily be the order in which the club arranges for
the field trial/hunting test, but eve
sprouts originating well aboveground 51 5.11 Pollarding
protects sprouts from most browsing animals 52 5.12
Curvilinear relationship of yield to stand density 54 5.13
Maintaining yield for varied products 54 5.14 Tree canopy
classes 55 5.15 Crop-tree thin
Secretary a. Receives entries. b. Sorts entries by
stakes/levels. c. Prepares the catalog/brace sheets. d. At
the beginning of the event, provides Judges with a
sufficient number of score/evaluation forms for each dog
in the event. 10 e. Submits records.
event. b. Arranging a tailgate party, if any. c. Arranging
a banquet, if any. Chapter 4. Running the Field
Trial/Hunting Test A. Your Judges 1. Meet the Judges at
the airport or other agreed-upon arrival point and escort
them to their hotel. 2. Take them
Marshals shall also: d. Remove signs when event is over.
e. Locate sanitary facilities on grounds. f. Locate trash
barrels where needed. g. Check arrangement of
equipment and birds. h. Contact Judges for requirements
and instructions on event. i. Pass on
a quality event. Selecting a Chairperson should be done
with care; a poor job is a reflection on the entire club.
The same holds true of the Secretary. This is not to say
that a Club should avoid using new people, in fact it is a
good thing to get them in
no operational problems are evident from this activity,
but there is the risk of damage to electrical wiring on the
rear of the array and so nesting should be discouraged.
On sites where this is deemed a risk, it is suggested that a
means of blocking the
structure or the surrounding roof. Whilst no examples of
damage due to weather conditions were observed in the
DFT, it is good practice to check for damage to the PV
array at the same time as the rest of the roof if
particularly bad weather conditions hav