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 =
Econ 246 CRN # 31188 Summer 2015
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UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
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
Midterm Summer 2009-07-27
Page 1
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
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:
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
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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 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
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
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Economics 246: Statistical Inference
Summer 2012
Solutions to Assignment #2
July 20, 2012
Due: Friday, 27th of July, 2012, 12:30 pm. (In the box marked Econ 246" near the
Economics Department Office.
Hand in your EViews.
Question 1:
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
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
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
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
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
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:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
March 9-13, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #8: More Practice With Hypothesis Testing
Version 1
You are interested in purchasing a coffee shop near campus. A particular real estate developer
claims that, on average, the s
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
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
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:_
(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:_
February 23-27, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #6
Version 1
Use EViews to determine the following:
Enter the following data file into EViews. The datafile has 10 observations.
121
152
141
182
211
122
151
162
281
292
A) P
Name:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
January 26-29, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #3
Version 1
Use EViews to determine the following probabilities:
(i)
P(Z 2.54)=_.
(ii)
P(t 2.54) for 30 degrees of freedom = _.
(iii)
P( 2
5.14) for 5 degrees of freedom =
Name:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
March 2-6, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #7
Version 1
A Pancake-Pantry franchise has been averaging about $ 1,875 worth of business on
a typical weekend. The manager believes that sales are decreasing. To test this he
c
Name:_
Student #:_
Lab Section:_
February 9-13, 2009
Economics 246
Lab Worksheet #5
Version 1
Use EViews to determine the following:
Enter the following data file into EViews. The datafile has 15 observations.
121
152
141
182
211
122
151
162
281
292
321
2
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
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: (
Topic 3 econ 246 page 1
Topic 3: Hypothesis Testing
Introduction
# Within Topics 1 and 2, we employed point and interval
estimation to estimate some unknown p_
parameter.
opulation
I.e. and .
# Within Topic 3, we now want to test the validity of some
stat
Topic 1 - page 1
Topic 1: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
Chapter 6
Objective: To draw inferences about population
parameters on the basis of _information.
sample
In Economics 245 (Descriptive Statistics) we saw that statistics are
largely applied to