Policy problems
- Should taxes be imposed on producers or on
consumerS? A. the economic consequences on prices and quantities are identical.
- How is the demand curve for cars affected by a $100
sales
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True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
_F_ 1. A competitive firm faces a downward-sloping demand for its product.
_T_ 2. For a comp
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Multiple choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1.
Refer to the figure
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QUIZ 5
Figure 1:
1.
Refer to Figure 1 above. A sales tax is imposed on consumers. The initial price and quantity are
P0 and Q0, respectively. After the tax is imposed, the
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Holiday Special
1-Watch the video in the link below and design a game representing the incentives of the players in that
game. Elaborate whether or not the players in the
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QUIZ 7
Multiple choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
The following three questions refer to the accompanying
Solution to Assignment 1
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
January 22, 2014
Question 1. Triangle Distribution
Solution. Since the function is non-negative for all values of x we only n
Solution to Assignment 5
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
February 19, 2014
Question 1. Burr Distribution
Solution. We can use the composite Simpsons rule to calculate the mean and va
Solution to Assignment 8
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
March 19, 2014
Question 1. Negative Binomial Distribution
Solution. For the maximum likelihood estimator we have:
x1
P (x) =
Solution to Assignment 10
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
April 16, 2014
Question 1. Incorrect way
Solution. The MATLAB code is as follows:
clear;
load('Data.mat');
n=11;
Mean=mean(D
Solution to Assignment 6
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
February 26, 2014
Question 1. Method of Moments
We have:
Solution. We start by calculating moment estimators of
and .
x
=
Solution to Assignment 3
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
February 5, 2014
Question 1. Multivariate Normal Distribution
Solution. In finding the distribution, we know that
f (y|x) = f
Solution to Assignment 4
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
February 12, 2014
Question 1. Central Limits Theorem
Solution. Using basically the same code from last assignment with a simp
Solution to Assignment 7
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
March 5, 2014
Question 1. Maximum Likelihood Estimators
Solution. The density function is as follows:
f (x|, ) =
2x3
1
2
e
2
Solution to Assignment 2
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
January 28, 2014
Question 1. Rayleigh Distribution
Solution to part a. We have:
Z
p
2
2
P [y Y ] = P [ z1 + z2 Y ] =
f (z1 ,
Solution to Assignment 9
Approaches to Statistical Inference
Mani Golshani
April 2, 2014
Question 1. Maximum Likelihood Estimate
Solution. We use log-likelihood:
f (xi |) =
1
L(|xi ) =
n
Y
1
i=1
L(|
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LESSON ONE: Intro and Production Possibility Curves
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
Which of the following best describes the relationship between
"scarcity" and "value?"
Selected
Answer:
d.
scarcity im
The Multiple Linear Regression
Model
Part 2
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Estimating the
Parameters of
the Multiple
Linear
Regression
Model
Least Squares
Esti
Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing
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Introduction
The estimate b2 is a point estimate of the unknown
population parameter