BUEC333 Exam 2
Part 2: Linear and Nonlinear Regression
50 points total
November 4, 2015
Abstract
There should be nothing on your desk except for:
(a) exam booklet
(b) exam
(c) formula sheet
(d) pens
All your stu (books, notebooks, (i)phone, etc) should be
BUEC333 Exam 3 (44 points total)
November 22, 2016
Abstract
Please, be RIGOROUS, and SHOW ALL YOUR WORK in order to
receive partial credit. If you do not show your work, no partial credit can
be given even if you give the right answer.
There should be not
Experiment: Toss an unfair coin
Bertille Antoine
September 19th, 2015
# We want to understand the expectation and the variance of the r.v.
# that represents the experiment "toss an unfair coin"
# First, we simulate the outcome of tossing an unfair coin.
#
Lab week #3 (Sept. 30th-Oct. 3rd)
We are going to use Monte-Carlo simulations to understand how the distribution of the
sample mean behaves for different sample sizes. The file discussed in the lecture and
called TossUnfairCoin.pdf contains useful informa
Assignment 5
Fall 2016
All Problems of This Assignment are from your Textbook.
Please do the following problems:
1. Page 247, 4.58 Instructions: Do it manually.
2. Page 257, 4.66 Instructions: Do it manually.
3. Page 259, 4.74 Instructions: Use Excel to d
BUEC 232
Chap 7 - The Sample Mean
Week 9 Class 1
Example 1
CD producers set the mean length of the cuts on a CD to 135 seconds. This allows radio stations to have
plenty of time for commercials within each 10-minute segment. Assume the distribution of the
BUEC 232 Fall 2013
The Binomial Probability Distribution
Week 5
Example 1
A survey of investors found that _% had purchased shares of stock directly through
an IPO (initial public offering). Twelve of the investors surveyed were selected at
random.
(a) Wh
BUEC 232
Week 4 Class 2
Bayes Theorem and Conditional Probabilities
Example 1
Homer Simpson runs the alarm system at a nuclear power plant. If there is something wrong with the
reactor, the probability that the alarm goes off is 0.99. On the other hand, t
BUEC 232 Chap 8
Confidence Intervals for Large Samples
Week 9 Class 2
Example 1
In an effort to estimate the mean amount spent per customer for dinner at a popular Vancouver restaurant,
data was collected for a sample of _ customers over a three-week peri
Added Benefits: The Link between Work-Life Benefits and Organizational Citizenship
Behavior
Author(s): Susan J. Lambert
Source: The Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 43, No. 5 (Oct., 2000), pp. 801-815
Published by: Academy of Management
Stable URL: htt
Dual Citizenship in the German Imperial and State Citizenship Law
Author(s): David Jayne Hill
Source: The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Apr., 1918), pp. 356-363
Published by: American Society of International Law
Stable URL: http:
HSCI 160
Instructor: Mandana Salajegheh
Chapter 4: Ethical and Human Rights
Concerns in Global Health
1
Learning Objectives
Discuss some key treaties and conventions related
to human rights
Discuss a human rights approach to health
Review selected ethical
HSCI 160
Instructor: Mandana Salajegheh
Chapter 1: The Principles and Goals of
Global Health
Learning Objectives
Define the terms
Health
Public health
Global health
Discuss some examples of public health efforts
Discuss some examples of global health acti
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Assignment 1 Summary-Analysis Draft 2
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Summary Paragraph:
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BUEC232 Review Questions (Ignore the discontinuity of the problem numbers):
You should try to do them during the long-weekend. Solutions will be presented in class.
Hints for Statistics Using a TI-83
Professor Sawyer's home page
Go to Mathematics Department Home Page
Go to Washington University Home Page
Procedures:
1. Sample mean, sample standard deviation, population standard deviation, sample median, Q1, Q3, et
Calculator Instructions for Statistics Using the TI-83, TI-83 plus, or TI-84
I. General
Use the arrows to move around the screen.
Use ENTER to finish calculations and to choose menu items.
Use 2nd to access the yellow options above the keys
Use ALPHA to a
Assignment 3
Summer 2011
All Problems of This Assignment are from your Textbook. For
the work done by Excel, please print the graph only.
Please do the following problems:
1. Page 124, 2.72 Instructions: Using Excel is optional.
2. Page 124, 2.74 Instruct
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Assignment 2
Summer 2011
All Problems of This Assignment are from your Textbook. For
the work done by Excel, please print the graph only.
Please do the following problems:
1. Page 76, 1.144 - Instructions: Answer this question briefly.
2. Page 76, 1.146 I
Another Ch 6.2 example:
White blood cells are the bodys natural defense mechanism against disease and infection. The
mean white blood cell count in healthy adults, measured as part of a complete blood count is
7.5 X 103 per l. A company developing a new d
Ch 7.1 Paired t-test example (Matched pairs t-test)
- As before, an example with confidence interval
- An example on hypothesis testing.
Q1) The National Endowment for the Humanities sponsors summer institutes to
improve the language skills of high school
Ch 6.1 Problems
1. A 90% confidence interval is based on catching the central 90% of the
normal sampling distribution of the mean. In catching the central 90%, we
leave out 10%, or 5% of each tail. So z* is the point with area 5% above it
under the standa
BUEC 232
Midterm Review
Chapters 1-4 at
Hyperspeed
Midterm Thursday
5:30pm 7:30:pm No Late Admission
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