ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
CRN 20865
Assignment 2, Spring 2014 (201401)
Solution
Question 1:
(a)
I retained the command rndseed 123456.
Sampling distribution for the sample mean (n = 10):
(Note that sample 1 5000 r
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
CRN 20865
Assignment 2, Spring 2014 (201401)
Due:
Monday 3 February, at 4:00p.m.; in the box for your lab. section outside the
Department of Economics office.
Question 1:
For this questio
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
Assignment 2, Spring 2015
Solution
Question 1:
(a)
I retained the command rndseed 123456.
Sampling distribution for the sample arithmetic mean (n = 10):
1,400
Series: XBAR
Sample 1 10000
Name:
Student ID:
4 February to 8 February
V00
Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2013
Lab. Exercises 4
(Version 1 )
Use EViews to complete the following exercises:
Exercise 1:
Suppose that you take a simple random sample of size n =
Midterm Summer 2009-07-27
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Question : ( 4 Marks) Given that 2=25, n=5, use the Chi-squared distribution to
determine the probability that the sample variance is greater than 6. Use the Chi-square
table to solve.
Question : Describe the Central Limit
Econ 246 CRN # 31188 Summer 2015
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FINAL EXAM
SUMMER 2015: Solutions
Course Name & No.:
Economics 246
Sections(s):
A01
CRN:
31188
Instructor:
Betty Johnson
Duration:
2 hours
NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER: V00
This exam has a total of _1
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Summer 2013
Solutions to Assignment #2
July 26, 2013
Due: Friday, 31th of July, 2013, 12:15 pm. (In the box marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.
Hand in your EViews.
Question 1:
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ECON 246: MidTerm Test (Spring 2013)
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STUDENT NAME:
STUDENT ID:
LAB. SECTION:
Instructions:
1. This question paper has 7 nag es
2. Answer ALL questions.
3. Write ALL of your answers on
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
Assignment 2, Spring 2016
Due:
Monday 1 February, at 4:00p.m.; in the box for your lab. section outside the
Department of Economics office.
Question 1:
(a)
For a random variable, C, which
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2009
Solutions to Assignment #2
February 12, 2009
Due: Friday, 6th of March, 2009, 12 noon. (In the boxes marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.) Hand in your EViews.
Quest
Econ 246 Topic 2 page 1
Topic 2: Estimation
Introduction
Objective: Using sample information to learn about
p_n characteristics.
(i) Estimation: Want to measure the _ of a population
parameter.
For example, one could use the sample statistic X to measure
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Midterm EXAM
SUMMER 2012: Solutions
Course Name & No.:
Economics 246
Sections(s):
A01
CRN:
30868
Instructor:
Betty Johnson
Duration:
1 hour 50 minutes
NAME:
STUDENT NUMBER: V00
This exam has a total of _12_ pages including this cove
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
CRN 20865
Assignment 1, Spring 2014 (201401)
Due: Monday 20 January, at 4:30 p.m.; in the box for your lab. section outside the
Economics office.
Department of
Question 1:
The data for th
Topic 1 - page 1
Topic 1: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
Chapter 6
Objective: To draw inferences about population
parameters on the basis of _information.
In Economics 245 (Descriptive Statistics) we saw that statistics are
largely applied to describ
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Midterm
July 29, 2015
solutions
NAME: _
STUDENT NUMBER: V00_
Course Name & No.
Statistical Inference
Economics 246
Section(s)
A01
CRN:
31188
Instructor:
Betty Johnson
Duration:
1hour 50 minutes
This exam has a total of _ pages inclu
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2009
Assignment #3
March 12, 2009
Due: Friday 3rd of April, 2009, 12 noon. (In the boxes marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.) Hand in your EViews printout.
Question 1: (
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
ECON 246, Spring 2009
Assignment 1
Due: Friday 6th of February 2009, 12 noon. (In the boxes marked "ECON 246" near the
Economics Department Office)
Number
Country
Percent
Number
Country
Percent
Number
Country
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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
ECON 246, Spring 2009
Assignment 1
Solution
th
Due: Friday 6 of February 2009, 12 noon. (In the boxes marked "ECON 246" near the
Economics Department Office)
Number
Country
Percent
Number
Country
Percent
Numb
Name:_
(10 Marks)
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
February 2-6, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #4
Version 1
Use EViews to determine the following. Print out your EViews results.
A) Suppose that you are drawing a sample of size n=24 from a normal population
(n
Name:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
Economics 246: Inferential Statistics
Spring 2009
Lab Worksheet #2
Version 1
Use Eviews to generate the following:
Question 1: Let X be the amount of money customers owe on mortgages at the City
Bank, (in thousands of doll
Name:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
University of Victoria
(10 Marks)
January 12-17, 2009
Economics 246: Inferential Statistics
Spring 2008
Lab Worksheet #1
Enter the following code during the demonstration when instructed:
Crime
1062950
1059690
1097240
1186
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2009
February 12, 2009
Assignment #2
Due: Friday, 6th of March, 2009, 12 noon. (In the boxes marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.) Hand in your EViews.
Question 1:(7 mark
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
March 12, 2009
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2009
Assignment #3
Solutions
rd
Due: Friday 3 of April, 2009, 12 noon. (In the box marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.) Hand in your EViews printout.
Ques
16 & 20 February
Name:
Student ID:
V00
Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2015
Lab. Exercises 5
(Version 1)
Use EViews to complete the following exercises.
Create a new Workfile with unstructured data, and a sample of n = 20.
Exercise
Name:
Student ID:
19 to 23 January
V00
Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2015
Lab. Exercises 2
(Version 1)
Use EViews to complete the following exercises:
Exercise 1:
Let X be the amount of money that all customers of the Vancouver b
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ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Formula Sheet for the Final Exam (Spring 2015)
Sampling Distributions (Normal Population)
~
,
;
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;
;
Confidence Intervals (Normal Population)
/
(i)
For mean (variance known):
2 to 6 March
Name:
Student ID: V00
Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2015
Lab. Exercises 7
(Version 1)
Create a new Workfile with unstructured data, and a sample of n = 20.
Exercise 1:
Read the data from the Excel workbook, S:\Social
ECON 246: STATISTICAL INFERENCE
TOPIC 3 ESTIMATION
3(b)
Interval Estimation - Part 2
Objective:
To see how to construct interval estimators (Confidence Intervals) in an
additional important situation:
For the mean of a Normal distribution when 2 is unknow
ECON 246: STATISTICAL INFERENCE
TOPIC 3 ESTIMATION
3(a)
Point Estimation
Objectives:
To use sample statistics to obtain reliable estimates of interesting
population characteristics.
To determine exactly how randomness of the sample affects the
reliabili
31 January to 3 February
Name:
Student ID:
V00
Lab. Section: B0
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2017
Lab. Exercises 4
(Version 1 )
Use EViews to complete the following exercises:
Exercise 1:
Suppose that you take a simple random sample of size n =
ECON 246: Statistical Inference
Spring 2017
Lab. Exercises 3
(Version 1)
Use EViews to complete the following exercises:
Exercise 1:
Suppose that you are drawing a sample of size n = 21, from a Normal population that has a mean
of = 400, and a variance of
ECON 246
University of Victoria
Statistical Inference (Section A01)
Assignment 1, Spring 2017
Solution
Question 1:
(a)
The mean and the median are both 7.
(b)
The graph will have three spikes, one at each of the values 5, 7, and 9. The height of each
spik