ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 08 Solutions
REGRESSION ANALYSIS: SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION
8.1
Refer to the spreadsheet w08_1_sol.xlsx
$120,000
$110,000
Salary
$100,000
$90,000
$80,000
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 06 Exercise Solutions
6.1
(a)
Anova: Single Factor
SUMMARY
Groups
Market Return 1
Market Return 2
Market Return 3
ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Grou
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 05 Exercise Solutions
STATISTICAL INFERENCE FOR TWO POPULATIONS
ESTIMATION
5.1
A
n1 = 40
x 1 = 5.3
12 = 1.99
B
n2 = 37
x 2 = 6.5
22 = 2.36
For a 95% C.I
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 03 Exercise Solutions
Sampling Distributions
3.1 N = 1500
n = 100
= 10,500
= 600,000
P( X > $303,000)
603,000 600,000
x
z =
= 2.96
=
N n 10,500 1500
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 04 Exercise Solutions
STATISTICAL INFERENCE FOR ONE POPULATION: HYPOTHESIS TESTING
4.1
x = $632.69, n = 54, = $33.90, = .05
H0: = $624.20
H1: $624.20
Tw
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 02 Exercise Solutions
Sampling
Solutions to Exercises 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
Refer to the following spreadsheet solutions w02_1sol, w02_2sol, w02_3sol, w02_
Lecture 1 notes
What is economics
Economics deals with allocation of scarce resources- market or non- market resource allocation
mechanisms
How individual households and firms make decisions of resour
T-12 Tables
Probabilityp
Table entry for p is the
critical value F* with
probability p lying to
its right. I”
TABLE E
F critical values
39.86 49.50 53.59 55.83 57.24 58.20 58.91 59.44 59.86
161.45 199
Standard Normal Cumulative Probability Table
Cumulative probabilities for NEGATIVE z-values are shown in the following table:
z 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.08 0.09
-3.4 0.0003 0.0003
CH
HI-SQUARED DI
ISTRIBUTION: CRITICAL VALU
C
UES
For a particular nu
umber of degrees of
freedom , each entry represents the
value of
Pr 2 2
crit
esponding to a
corre
2
specified upper tai area .
i
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 07 Exercise Solutions
7.1 Refer to the Spreadsheet w07_1_sol.xlsx for all calculations
Observed Frequencies
Workers
Blue-collar
White-collar
112
23
53
2
ETF2121/ETF5911: Data Analysis in Business
Week 09 Exercise Solutions
9.1 Refer to the spreadsheet w09_1_sol.xlsx
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.9448
R Square
0.8927
Adjusted R Squa
ECF1100 - Tutorial week 5: answers to End-of-Chapter Problems and
Applications
Written answers to problems 1, 4, 8, 12 and 19 of chapter 5 + problem 4 in Appendix of
chapter 5
Chapter 5
Question 1
a.
ECF1100 - Tutorial week 2: answers to End-of-Chapter Problems and
Applications
Written answers to problems 2, 4, 12, and 16 of Chapter 1
Chapter One
Question 2
Yes, even Bill Gates faces scarcity beca
ECF1100 - Tutorial week 3: answers to End-of-Chapter Problems and
Applications
Written answers to problems 1, 10, 11, 13, and 15 of chapter 3
Chapter 3
Question 1
a. substitutes
b. complements
c. subs
ECF1100 - Tutorial week 4: answers to End-of-Chapter Problems and
Applications
Written answers to problems 2, 5, 6, 8, 17 and 19 of chapter 4
Chapter 4
Question 2
Elasticity = (percentage change in qu
ECF1100 - Tutorial week 6: answers to End-of-Chapter Problems and
Applications
Written answers to problems 4, 5, 13, 15 and 16 of chapter 6
Chapter 6
Question 4
To maximise utility, John needs to make
ETF2121/EFT5912 Data Analysis in Business
Week 11 Exercise Solutions
Regression Analysis: Diagnostic and Other Checks
11.1
Refer to the spreadsheet w11.1_sol.xlsx
a)
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statisti
TOPIC 9 DIRECTORS DUTIES
[9.0] Duties of directors
FIDUCIARY DUTIES
Directors have a fiduciary relationship with their company and therefore owe
fiduciary duties (common law) to their company which i
TOPIC 7 CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
[7.0] Who is a director?
SECTION 9 DEFINITION
A person who is appointed to the position; or
Those that act in the position of a director even though they have not been
a
ETF2121/ETF5912: Data Analysis in Business
Week 10 Exercise Solutions
REGRESSION ANALYSIS: NON-LINEAR REGRESSION
10.1
Refer to the spreadsheet
w10_1_sol.xlsx.
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Mult
Work to be completed by students in their own time.
Topic 8: Interest Rates and Yield Curves
Summary of equations covered in topic
Slide 7: interestnominal = interestreal + inflationary expectations
S
Work to be completed by students in their own time.
Topic 10: The Futures Market
Summary of equations covered in topic
Slide 9: Profit per contract = Vsell
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
Vbuy =
90
90
1 ibuy
Investing in an IPO comes with different risks compared with a company that has a long listed
history. An IPO company is difficult to analyze in the market because there isn't a lot of
historical info
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Decision Making in Corporate Taxation
2016
Bonnie Brown
University of Central Florida
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