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One of the problems that appraisers of real estate face is the lack of sufficient data. However,
over the last few years they can avail enormous data banks of the Federal Nat
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This question aims to review the La Quinta Inn model building exercise as discussed in lecture and described in the
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1. The coefficient of determination (R?) for the regression of the full model is 0.568416638 .
2. The proportion of variation in the rent explained by its linear regression on the explanatory variabl
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The owners of Johnny Jims claim that their stores average $875,000 in annual sales. You used this informat
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Consider a data set consisting of values for three variables: x, y, and 2. Three observations are made on each of the
three variables. The following table s
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You worked as an intern at We Always Win Car Insurance Company last summer and noticed that individual car insurance premium depended very much on the age of the individual, the number of
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1. The coefficient of determination (R2) for the regression of the full
model is 0.596504894
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2. The proportion of variation in the rent explained by i ts linear
regression on the explanatory variabl
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PART I: Multiple Choice Questions
1. For which of the following goods is the market most restricted geographically? a. b. c. d. retail gasoline. housing. gold
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This question is based on example 1 on page 24 (slide 16) of your course packet
The owners of Johnny Jims claim that their stores average $875,000 in annual sales.
You used this informatio
Determining the Flight of the Loonie:
A Multivariable Regression Analysis of the
Canadian Dollar / U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate
Economics 203 Honors
May 2009
Abstract
The value of the Canadian Dollar is
1. Linear trend regression
Aa
Aa
The US. Census Bureau collects data on the size and location of the houses that are constructed each year in the
United States. The table and corresponding plot that f
Question #1
Based on this data on the experience (in years) and salary (in thousands of dollars) of 51 employees of a firm, answer the following questions using your results of the sample linear regre
Question #1
Which of the following are measures of the linear relationship between two variables? (Hint: 2 correct answers)
The covariance The standard deviation The coefficient of correlation The v
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F luctuations that occur fairly regularly within each year
would be contained in the seasonal
component of t ime series.
T he unpredictable or unsystematic component of a time series woul
Midterm 1 - Spring 2010 - Form A Economics 203 Instructors: Petry and Sahakyan
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Take a look at the example starting on page 82 (slide 8) of your course packet. (In the course packet example, the dependent variable is called "SCORE"; here, and in the excel file, it's c
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Semester Project
Econ 203
The relationship between the average post-graduate
salaries and college rankings
1. Introduction
Higher education and the reputation of the institutions are cont
5. Hypothesis testing and interval estimation Aa Aa EL
Consumers with at least one credit card have a mean of 4.84 credit cards. [Source: Sumit Agarwal, John C. Driscoll,
Xavier Gabaix, and David Laib
4. Hypothesis tests about a population proportion A; Aa E
A firms corporate strategy is driven largely by its top management team. One method of gauging the influence of
marketing on corporate strateg
1. Developing the null and alternative hypotheses, Type I and II errors, interpreting p- A3 Aa E
values
A federal economist conducts a statistical study to test his hunch that the proportion of in-sto
9. Hypothesis testing, problem 2 Aa Aa E
A Nielsen survey estimated in the year 2000 that the mean number of hours of television viewing per household was
7.01 hours per day. The survey involved 170 h