University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Quiz 2
Name:
Student Number:
1. The population regression function and the sample regression function are plotted in
the graph below. The seventh observation from the data that generated the sample
reg

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Sample Midterm 1
Name:
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Short Questions
1. Explain what an interval estimate is.
2. Draw a picture of a probability density function (pdf) for a normal distribution with
mean = 10. Be su

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Quiz 1
Name:
Student Number:
1. Suppose Y is a binary random variable that denotes the outcome of a Sacramento
Kings basketball game. It takes the value 0 if the Kings lose and the value 1 if the
Kings

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Homework 3
There will be no quiz based on these homework problems, however this material will be
covered on the midterm exam held Thursday, January 27, 2011
Conceptual Questions
1. What are null and al

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Homework 2
The quiz based on these homework problems will be held at the beginning of class on
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Computational Questions
1. Recall the example I gave in class about how the siz

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Homework 2
The quiz based on these homework problems will be held at the beginning of class on
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Computational Questions
1. Recall the example I gave in class about how the siz

University of California, Davis
ARE 106 - Winter 2011
Problem Set 1
The quiz based on this homework will be held at the beginning of class, Thursday, January
13, 2011.
Conceptual Problems
1. What is a random variable?
A random variable is a variable whose