UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Faculty of Arts and Science MAY 2006 EXAMINATIONS ECO220Y1Y PART 1 OF 2 Duration - 3 hours Examination Aids: Calculator, two pieces of paper with any typed or handwritten notes (max. size: 8.5x11; both sides of paper can be used) Ins

Mid-Term Test, ECO220Y, June 28, 2011
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Duration: 110 minutes
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ECO220Y Lecture 1
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
Migiwa Tanaka
Reading:12.1, 12.2
1
Basic Steps in Statistical Analysis
Planning
Form
Research
Question
Collect
Data
Descriptive
Analysis of
Data
2
Theory
Probability Theory
Distribution of
Random Variab

Mid-Term Test, ECO220Y, June 28, 2011
SOLUTIONS
SOLUTIONS
(1) We check the rule of thumb that shows the Normal approximation for the sampling distribution of
the sample proportion is appropriate. We can check that
14 10 and 1
28 10 OR
we can check that
3

Homework 17: ECO220Y
Exercises: Chapter 13: 23 26, 28, 31, 32, 41, 43, 51, 54 (NOTE: In all cases do the calculations without
using software and use the statistical tables provided on our course website: use approximation when
necessary.)
Problems:
(1) Wi

PART 1 of 2: ECO220 Midterm Test (June 28, 2007)
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Instructor: Prof. Murdock Duration: 120 minutes. You must stay in the test room the entire time. Part 1 (60 points total): 20 multiple-choice questions with answers recorded on SCANTRON form. Pa

Homework 17: ECO220Y SOLUTIONS
Problems:
(1) Can simply eye-ball these (can calculate the s.e. of the sample mean):
a.
b.
c.
d.
fail to reject null
reject null in favor of research hypothesis
reject null in favor of research hypothesis
fail to reject null

PART 1 of 2: ECO220 Midterm Test (June 28, 2007) SOLUTIONS (1) Which of the following is a continuous probability distribution? (D)
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(2) In measuring the strength of a positive linear relationship between X and Y, which of the following affect

ECO220Y Lecture 4
Statistical Inference of Means
Migiwa Tanaka
Reading:
1
Outline
Statistical Inference of Means (July 12)
Point Estimation
Confidence Interval Estimation
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Inference of Two Population (July 16)
2
Inference of

ECO220 Quiz #1 (June 8, 2006)
FORM 01
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Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Murdock Duration: 50 minutes. You must stay in the test room for the entire time. Format: 20 multiple choice questions with answers recorded on SCANTRON form Point values: Each mul

ECO220 Quiz #1 (June 8, 2006)
FORM 01 SOLUTIONS
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(1) Suppose a researcher surveys 349 parents to ascertain their views on proposed curriculum reform for public schools. What kind of data will this survey generate? (A) (2) Considering the graph

ECO220 Quiz #1 (Jun. 4, 2009)
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SOLUTIONS (1) For a random sample of 50 grandfathers, a researcher records whether or not he is retired and whether or not he is a widower. These are _ data that contain _ variables. (E) (2) Sampling error explain

ECO220 Quiz #1 (June 8, 2007)
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Instructor: Prof. Murdock Duration: 50 minutes: NO EXTRA TIME ALLOWED. You must stay in the test room the entire time. Format: 18 multiple choice questions with answers recorded on SCANTRON form Point values: Each

ECO220 Quiz #1 (June 8, 2007)
SOLUTIONS
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(1) Suppose you suspected a non-linear relationship between two variables: X and Y. Which of the following would best describe the relationship between these variables? (D) (2) For a telephone survey of

Homework 16: ECO220Y
Exercises: Chapter 13: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 11, 13, 15, 16 (NOTE: In all cases do the calculations without using
software and use the statistical tables provided on our course website: use approximation when necessary.)
Problems:
(1) Suppose

ECO220 Mid-Term Test (June 29, 2005)
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Last Name: First Name: Student ID #: INSTRUCTIONS: DO NOT OPEN THIS EXAM UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO. Test lasts for 120 minutes. You must stay for the entire 120 minute period. You may have 2 pens with black or b

ECO220 Midterm Test (December 16, 2005)
PART I of II
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Instructor: Dr. Jennifer Murdock Duration: 120 minutes (2:00 4:00 pm). You must stay in the test room for at least 90 minutes. Part I: 20 multiple choice questions with answers recorded on S

Homework 13: ECO220Y
Exercises: Chapter 12: 1, 3, 5 7, 9, 10, 18, 19
Problems:
(1) An economist wants to show that the supply of electricity is inelastic. What is the research hypothesis?
What is the null hypothesis?
(2) An economist wants to show that th

ECO220 Midterm Test (December 16, 2005)
SOLUTIONS
PART I of II
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(1) Which of the following would be an example of panel (longitudinal) data? (c) (2) Which of the following histograms is positively skewed? (e) (3) Consider a sample taken from a

PART 1 of 2: ECO220Y Midterm Test (June 22, 2009)
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Instructor: Prof. Murdock Duration: 150 minutes; Students writing this test from 2:30 5:00 must stay in the test room for the entire 150 minutes. Students writing this test from 5:10 7:4

Homework 8: ECO220Y
Exercises: Chapter 19: 1, 2, 7,8,11,12,18, 20 (for d), the Durbin-Watson statistic is 0.9043.), 22, 25, 26,30, 34
Problems:
(1) Suppose that using the Least Squares Method you estimate the linear relationship between Y and X. The
sampl

PART 1 of 2: ECO220Y Midterm Test (June 22, 2009)
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PART 1
(1) What is the approximate population standard deviation? (D) (2) For the specific case studied with the simulation, which of these statements is true? (E) (3) How should you expect the

ECO220Y: Homework 08 SOLUTIONS
(1)
(a) Plug each observation of X into the following formula: Y-hat = 10.03 + 4.59X. You will have 44
observations.
(b) e = Y-hat Y = 10.03 + 4.59X - Y. You will have 44 observations.
(c) E[Y-hat] = E[Y]. We know this becau

Homework 14: ECO220Y SOLUTIONS
Problems:
(1) Only the rejection region and not the test statistic.
(2) Further reading.
(3) Define Population 1 as students that had economics training and Population 2 as students that did not have
economics training.
H0: