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On 1 December 2013, Grapefruit Ltd took over the operation of Lime Ltd.
At that date the assets and liabilities of Lime Ltd were:
Carrying Amount
Fair Value
Cash
20 000
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Current Ratio
Acid Test Ratio
Accounts Receivable Turnover
Inventory Turnover
Assset Turnover
Profit Margin on Sales
Return on Assets
Return on Common Stock Equity
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D : Dataset of training tuples with associated output classes
N : The neural network
Output:
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The Problem
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It is early in 2014, and a friend of yours has invented a new manufacturing process for producing racquetballs. The resulting highquality ball has more bounce, but slightly less durability, than the currently popular high-qualit

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Joka Shoe Company (JSC) makes womens running shoes. Introduced 20 years ago, JSC has been manufacturing
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EPBA Time Series Lecture 1
1 Introduction
1.
A time series is a set of observations, denoted
by xt, each one being recorded at a specific time
t.
Discrete Time Series: The set of times, T0, at
which observations are made

Time Series Models for
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TSMB Lecture 3
1
3. Nonstationary
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and Regression
In this chapter we will examine
the problem of finding
an appropriate model for data
that does not seem to be
generated by
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Time Series Models for
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TSMB Lecture 2
Models for Stationary
Processes
Time Series Model Building
2.1 Basic Properties of
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Autocovariance function (ACVF):
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b. Xt2Xt1=Zt+0.8Zt1
c. Xt2.5Xt1+Xt2=Zt
d. Xt0.3Xt10.54Xt2=Zt1.2Zt2+0.2Zt2
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Gangopadhyay
EPBA TSMB Assignment 2
1.
For each of the following time series, state if the process is stationary or nonstationary. If
nonstationary, identify the features of the realizations that make it nonstationary.
a. Simulated data
Series
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Assignment 1
Problem 1: Below is the life expectancy for an individual born in the United States in
certain years. (Source: National Center for Health Statistics)
Life
Year of Birth
Expectancy
1930
59.7
1940
62.9
1950
70.2
1965
69

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There are 20 questions with 4 options each.
Probability of guessing a right answer each time is = 0.25
So, probability of guessing 10 correct answers is P(X=10)
(2010)( 0.25 )
10
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10
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JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC.
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Years 2012, 2013, and 2014
Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income
12 Months End