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Sessional Examination for Schools in Economics
Exam June 2011
EXAM PAPER NUMBER ECON12122
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 2
(Module No. ECON12122)
Time allowed: THREE hours
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Exercise 8 - Solutions
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials in week 17.
Section A
Refer
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Exercise 7 - Solutions
Section A
1. Suppose that a researcher, using wage data on 250 randomly selected male workers a
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Exercise 6 - Solutions
Section A
1. Suppose that a researcher, using data on class size (CS) and average test scores
(
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Exercise 2
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials in week 6.
Section A questions
These ques
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ECONM1012
Exercise 1
1. Let Y
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Exercise 2: Solutions
1. Using the fact that Y ~ N ( Y , Y2 ) then
Y
REVISION EXERCISES
STATISTICS: The Probability Framework for Statistical Inference.
Stock & Watson: Chapter 2
1. Weather conditions whether or not it is raining- affect the commuting time of a student
Statistical Theory
The probability framework
for statistical inference II
Statistical Theory
The probability framework for statistical inference.
a) Population, random variable, and distribution.
b) M
Statistical Theory
The probability framework
for statistical inference III
Statistical Theory
The probability framework for statistical inference.
a) Population, random variable, and distribution.
b)
EXPECTED VALUE OF A RANDOM VARIABLE
Definition of E(X), the expected value of X:
n
E ( X ) x1 p1 . x n pn xi pi
i 1
The expected value of a random variable, also known as its population mean, is the
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Quantitative Methods
(ECONM 1012)
Introduction
Introduction
Unit Aims
Introduce students to methods developed by
economists to analyse economic and financial
relationships using empirical data.
Teachi
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ECON 70003
Quantitative Methods
October 2007
Lecture Notes Part 1
Statistics
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Econometrics
1 What is
Fundamentals of
Regression
Analysis
Linear Regression with
One Regressor
Linear Regression with One Regressor
Linear regression allows us to estimate, and make
inferences about, population slope coeff
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Exercise 5 - Solutions
Section A
1.
a. Consider the regression model Yi = 0 +1 Xi +ui. Suppose you know that 0=0. Deri
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Exercise 2
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials in week 6.
Section A questions
These ques
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Exercise 4
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials in week 11.
Section A questions
These que
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Exercise 1
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials in week 4.
Section
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Exercise 5
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorial.
Section A questions
These questions wil
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Exercise 6
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials.
Section A questions
These questions wi
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Exercise 7
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials.
Section A questions
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Exercise 8
You must do all the questions in Sections A and B for the tutorials.
Section A questions
These questions wi
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Examination for the Degree of BSc in
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Solutions QM2 Exam June 2012
Section A
1(a)
Two continuous random variables x and y have the joint density function f(x,y):
f(x,y)
ax 2 y
=
0x 2;
0y3
where a is a positive constant.
(i) Show that a =
UNIVERSITY of BRISTOL
Sessional Examination for Schools in Economics
MAY/JUNE 2010
ECONOMICS PAPER NUMBER 11122
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 1
(Module No. ECON11122)
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Sessional Examination for Schools in Economics
MAY/JUNE 2009
ECONOMICS PAPER 52
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 1
(Module No. ECON11122)
Time Allowed: THREE hours
Answer FOUR questions from
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EXAM PAPER NUMBER ECON12122
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Statistical table
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Sessional Examination for Schools in Economics
Exam June 2010
EXAM PAPER NUMBER ECON12122
QUANTITATIVE METHODS 2
(Module No. ECON12122)
Time allowed: THREE hours
Approved electro