The University of the South Pacific
Tutorial 8 ANS
EC 203 Economic Statistics
Chapter 11: Estimation: Describing a single population
Coverage
Properties of estimator.
Interval estimation for mean when known.
Interval estimation for mean when unknown.
Inte
Country N
Australia
Australia
China
China
Country CoSeries Name
AUS
CO2 emissions from gaseous fuel consumption (kt)
AUS
Total greenhouse gas emissions (kt of CO2 equivalent)
CHN
CO2 emissions from gaseous fuel consumption (kt)
CHN
Total greenhouse gas em
The University of the South Pacific
EC203 Week 2
Data Collection
Reading :6th ed. Ch. 2 / 5th ed. Ch. 6
Mr. Markand Bhatt
EC203 Economic Statistics
Semester 1,
2
Learning objectives
LO1 Describe different types of data (Covered week1)
LO2 Understand the p
MG206: Marketing Principles and
Strategies
Introduction and Assignments
Semester 1, 2017
School of Management and Public Administration
Faculty of Business and Economics
The University of the South Pacific
Produced by The University of the South Pacific,
Intermediate Microeconomics
Lekima Nalaukai
Tutorial 2 Suggested Solutions
EC202
Semester I, 2017
Part A
1.
On a typical optimal choice diagram, with budget lines and indifference curves, the line
that connects the consumers optimal baskets as the price o
UU100: Communication & Information Literacy
Introduction to ePortfolio
Introduction to ePortfolio
UU100: Introduction to ePortfolio
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
Using Moodle to Access Mahara . 1
1.1.
Mahara Home Page for USP . 2
1.2.
The main menu . 3
1.3.
ePort
Information Literacy Programme
Class Handout
The Library
Module 4: Critically Evaluating Information Sources
Reasons for Evaluating Information (slide 5)
research is a necessary component of tertiary studies
learning how to determine the usefulness of a
ePortfolio Activity Submission and Export
Use this guide to submit your ePortfolio Activities to the required Moodle Dropboxes and
then export them to Mahara ePortfolio System.
SUBMITTING ePORTFOLIO ACTIVITIES USING MOODLE DROPBOX:
Once you click on the r
EC 201
MAJOR ASSIGNMENT
(15%)
2016
SECTION A: CONCEPTUAL QUESTION (60 MARKS)
QUESTION 1:
National income is defined as the sum of an economics final goods and services for the given period,
normally its for one year period. For an economy to plan well abo
EC201: Intermediate Macroeconomics
School of Economics
Faculty of Business and Economics
Test 1: Semester 1, 2015
F2F Laucala
Duration of Test: 1hr 30 minutes (+ 10 minutes reading time)
Instructions:
All questions are compulsory.
Round-off answers to two
Data Analysis
GDP and Convergence
Convergence
Convergence talks about how relatively less
developed/developing economies 'catch up' to their
developed counterparts through changes in the productive
capacity over time, usually by capital accumulation whic
Section 1 : Introduction
Country
Variables
China
CO2 emissions from gaseous fuel consumption
Total Greenhouse gas emission
Variable measurement
units
Variable Simplified
Measurement units
Dependent variable
(Y)
Independent Variable
(X)
Time Period (N)
I
The University Of The South
Pacific
EC203 Economics Statistics
Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 1
Group members
Diviyashna Dut
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Monesh Deepak Lal
s11133383
Section A
Part 1
a) 2.8-8.1 children per women
b) 1.1-7.5 children per women
c) Fewest children
DESCRIPTIVE REPORT
The figures below show a descriptive statistics summary on the overall performance of the EC203
students.
Grand Total (100%)
Mean
48.68292683
Standard Error
1.055179543
Median
50
Mode
50
Standard Deviation
13.51289141
Sample Variance
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CHAPTER 1: The Pacific Ocean
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an average depth of about two
and onewhalf to three mites, the
Pacific Ocean has the deepest
point of ah the oceans. This is
the Challenger Deep, which is
about seven rhites
Discrimination at workplace is treating, or proposing to treat, somebody unfavorably as a result
of an individual trademark or personal characteristics secured by law. Workplace discrimination
comes in many forms such as gender, age, disability, ethnicity
Simple Linear Regression &
Correlation
Chapter 16 (6th ) or Ch. 14 (5th)
week 10 &11
Part 1
Note:
Section 16.5 and 16.6 (6th) and section 14.5 and
14.6 (5th ) non-examinable.
Chapter outline
Part 1
18.1 Model
18.2 Estimating the coefficients
18.3 Error va
The University of the South Pacific EC 203 Economic Statistics
Tutorial 9 ANS Hypothesis testing: Describing a single population
Text reference: 5tH Ed. chapter 12 (Exclude section 12.5) or 6thy Ed. Chapter 13 (Exclude section 13.5)
Coverage
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Revision: first understand week content well, then do chapter and slides examples, then tutorials
and then attempt below questions and check answers at the back of the textbook, if any queries
contact any teaching staff.
WEEK 6TH Edition
5
6. 2, 6.4 ,6.6
WEEK 1
Introduction to Statistics
Reading: Ch.1 and Ch2.1
Learning objectives
LO1 describe the two major branches of statistics
descriptive statistics and inferential statistics
LO2 understand the key statistical concepts population,
sample, parameter, s
EC203 Economic Statistics
The University of the South Pacific
Tutorial 1 Introduction to Statistics
Coverage
Key statistical concepts
Descriptive and inferential statistics
Role of statistics in Economics and Commerce.
Types of Data
Reading: textbook chap
EC203: ECONOMIC STATISTICS
Semester 1 2014
Test 1 version B Answers
Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Permitted Materials: Calculator
Provided Materials: Appropriate formulas and statistical tables.
All questions are compulsory.
This test is out of 50 and co
EC203: ECONOMIC STATISTICS
Semester 1 2014
Test 1 version B
Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Permitted Materials: Calculator
Provided Materials: Appropriate formulas and statistical tables.
All questions are compulsory.
This test is out of 50 and contribute
EC203 Economic Statistics
The University of the South Pacific
Tutorial 1 Answers Introduction to Statistics
Coverage
Key statistical concepts
Descriptive and inferential statistics
Role of statistics in Economics and Commerce.
Types of Data
Reading: textb
EC203 [Semester 1, 2015] Solution Test 1 Version A
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1.C
2.D
3.C
4.C
5.A
6.C
7.B
8.A
9.A
Section B Q1
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c) (any one)
1. Some clearly identifiable groups of interest may be under-represented. For example, if a
random sample
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