Economics 506-Sections M & M1
Home work 4
Due on Tuesday October 25, 2011 at the beginning of the class
A. Solve the following problems in chapter 5:
7th Edition: 10, 12, 28, 34, 54, 58, 78, 92, 106,136.
6th Edition: 8, 10, 24, ?, 46, 50, 66,78, 90, 116.
Econ 506, Section M1
Quiz 1A, Sept. 20, 2012
Total points: 50
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I. [8 points]If A B show that P( A B) P( B) P( A) .
Note that A B B A . Therefore
P( A B) P( B A) 1 P( B A) 1 P( B ) P( A) 1 1 P( B) P( A) P( B) P( A)
OR
B ( A B) ( A
MSPE PROGRAM
Econ 506, Fall 2011
Homework 1
Due Friday Sept. 9, 2011 at the beginning of the recitation session
This homework has two parts I & II. The first part you have to use Excel. In the
second part you have to solve some problems assigned from the
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FALL 2010
Solution to HW1, Part II.
Chapter 1, Q1:
a. Population: all generation X age US citizens (specifically, assign a 1 to those who
want to start their own business and a 0 to those who do not, so that the population is
the set of 1s an
Economics 506
Homework 3
Due Friday October 7 2011 (at the beginning of the review session)
A. Make an Excel spreadsheet.
A1
A2
A3
Name
UIN
Homework 3
Use your university identification number digits equal to abcde-fghk. If any digit is
zero, use the next
Economics 506-Sections M &M1 Solution to Homework 5 (The problem numbers refer to numbers in 7th edition) 7.1: a. c. Answers vary. d. The histogram exhibits a mound shape. The sample mean should be close to 3.5 = e. The standard deviation should be close
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Econ 506, Fall 2011
Homework 2
Due Tuesday September 27 at the beginning of the class
I. Use Excel for the following: You will turn in your completed Excel worksheets.
i) First sheet: Discrete probability distribution
A1
Name
A2
UIN
A3
Homewo
Economic Statistics (Econ506 MSPE)
Syllabus
This is a syllabus from past semesters. The purpose is to give you a better idea about the content &
policies of the course. Please note that the content of the course, the textbook used and its policies might
c
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Econ 506, Fall 2011
Instructions for Homework 1
In this homework, we will use Excel to generate random numbers and to compute
several sample statistics to describe the generated data. Note that, in general, your
answers will be different fr
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ECON 506- FALL 2011
SOLUTION TO HW3
(The problem numbers refer to numbers in 7th edition)
3.148
Let denote q = 1-p.
pe t
d
. At t = 0, this is 1/p = E(Y).
dt m(t ) =
(1 qe t ) 2
(1 qe t ) 2 pe t 2 pe t (1 qe t )( qe t )
. At t = 0, this is (1
Economics 506-Sections M & M1
Homework 6
Due on November 18 2011, at the beginning of the review session
A. Make an excel file. The purpose of this exercise is to generate 100 samples each with
10 items. Then find a number of different sample statistics a
Economics 506 FINAL EXAM Total Points: 200 (SOLUTION) Name: _Ali Toossi_ email:_ 1) [Total points: 80] Consider the following density function
FALL 2009
1 r 1 y ry e f ( y ) = 0
r
> 0, y > 0
elsewhere
where r is a known positive constant. a) [10 points]
Econ 506, Section M Quiz 1A, Sept., 16, 2010 Total points: 50
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I. A delegation of three is to be chosen from the untenured faculty of the UIUC Economics Department (numbering ten) to represent the department in an Institute-wide committee.
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Econ 506, Fall 2014
Homework 2
Due Tuesday September 16 at the beginning of the class
This homework has three parts I, II & III. In the first part you solve a problem using
Excel. In the second part you are required to solve three problems. I
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Econ 506, Fall 2014
Homework 1
Due Friday Sept. 5, 2014 at the beginning of the recitation session
This homework has two parts I & II. The first part you have to use Excel. In the
second part you have to solve some problems assigned from the
Economics 506-Sections M1 & M2
Homework 4
Due on Monday October 13 by 4:45 pm in Ruchis mailbox in 205 DKH
This homework has three parts I, II, III & IV. The first part you have to use Excel. In
the second part you have to solve some problems assigned fro
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November 19 2013
Total oints: 50
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I. Let Xand Yhave thejoint p.d.f. f(x, y) = {5
0, elsewhere
a) FindP(X SY).(8 points)
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Economics 506-Sections M1 & M2
Home work 5
Due on Friday October 31, 2014 at the beginning of the review session
Due on Monday November 3 by 4:45 pm in Ruchis mailbox
This homework has two parts I & II. In the first part you have to use Excel. In the
seco
Economics 506
Homework 3
Due Tuesday September 30, 2014 (at the beginning of the class)
This homework has two parts I & II. The first part you have to use Excel. In the
second part you have to solve some problems assigned from the textbook. You are
requir
Econ 506, Section M1
Quiz 1A, Sept. 19, 2013
Total points: 50
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1) We have a sample of 100 observations on a value found in a chemical experiment.
The ordered data are as follows:
Obs.
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
Econ 506, Section M1
Quiz 2A, Oct. 3, 2013
Total points: 50
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I. Suppose in a lot of 25 machine parts 6 are defective. We sample 10 machine parts.
What is the probability that none are defective? [8 points]
ANSWER:
Y= # of defecti
Econ 506, Section M2
Quiz 1B, Sept. 20, 2012
Total points: 50
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I. Given that P(A) = 0.6, P(B) = 0.4, P( A B) 0.2 . Find
i) [5 points] P( A B)
P( A B) = 0.20
A
A
B 0.20 0.20 0.4
B 0.40 0.20 0.6
0.6 0.4 1
ii) [5 points] P( A B )
P(