Lecture 4: Review of Statistics (Part 3) Some Probability Distributions BUEC 333 Summer 2009 Simon Woodcock
Some Useful Probability Distributions
There are four important probability distributions that we'll encounter repeatedly: The Normal distri

Midterm BUEC 333
June 19, 2014, 12:30-14:20
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If the explanation is right, but the answer is wrong, you can still give 1 point, or you
can give somewhere between 0.5 and 1

BUEC 333-D100, Test 1
June 13, 2016, 11:30-14:20
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Week 1: Probability theory
Imagine the following game. There are two dice. One of them is fair, and one of them is unfair. First, you randomly
select a dice. Second, you throw that dice. Let the random va

BUEC 333, Spring 2012
Midterm, Feb 24, 10:30-12:30
Instructor: Chris Muris
This midterm consists of 10 questions. Each question is worth 1 point.
Multiple-choice
Each question has zero, one, or multiple correct answers. If none of the statements are corre

BUEC 333-D200, Test 1
June 15, 2016, 14:30-17:20
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Week 1: Probability theory
Consider the joint probability distribution of the random variables X1 and X2 given in Table 1.
X1 = 0
X1 = 1
X2 = 1
X2 = 2
X2 = 3
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.3
0.1
0
Table 1: Joint probabili

Final exam for BUEC 333 D200, Spring 2012
December 13, 2012, 12:00-15:00, SSCB 9201
This final consists of 13 questions.
For every subquestion (e.g. 4(c) , use at most 3 lines (not sentences) of text to answer. This
does not include math, computations,

Final BUEC 333. Version D.
August 11, 2014, 12:00-15:00
Questions
n = 48 U.S.
336.
1. Consider the example used in the chapter on panel data. We have a panel data set on
during
T =7
states
periods, from 1982 up to and including 1988. The total number of o

BUEC 333, Test 1
June 10, 2015, 14:30-17:20
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BUEC 333 D200, Spring 2012, Final
April 14, 2012, 15:30-18:30, WMC3520
This final consists of 14 questions.
Statistical tables can be found right after the questions.
You should be able to answer all (sub)questions in less than 8 lines on
your answer s

Final BUEC 333
August 10, 2013, 12:00-15:00
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BUEC 333-D200 Midterm
Version A w/answers
October 15, 2012, 14:30-16:20
Rules
1. For all of the questions below: Each question has zero, one, or multiple correct answers. If
none of the statements are correct, write None of the statements are true. If onl

Lecture 8: Ordinary Least Squares Estimation
BUEC 333 Summer 2009 Simon Woodcock
From Last Day
Recall our population regression function:
Yi = 0 + 1 X 1i + 2 X 2i + 3 X 3i + + k X ki + i
Because the coefficients () and the errors

Lecture 7: What is Regression Analysis?
BUEC 333 Summer 2009 Simon Woodcock
What we've done & where we're going
To this point we've focused on a single random variable, X. We've talked about population quantities (e.g., and 2). We've

BUEC 333-D200, Test 2
July 27, 2016, 14:30-17:20
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Chapter 6
From Dougherty (2011, Chapter 6, p. 254-255). Using data on the educational attainment of n = 1000 individuals,
their score on a knowledge test, and the educational attainment of their parents,