University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 6
Due Wednesday, April 13
Answer all problems. Only two or three randomly selected problems
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Study Guide 1
Chapter 1: Data and Statistics
1. Data
a. are always be numeric
b. are always nonnumer
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 5
Due Monday, April 3
All Problems are from the textbook. Corresponding page and problems n
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 1
Answer Key
1. Problem 4, chapter 1, page 22 (6th edition)
a.
The seven elements are the s
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 4
Due Wednesday, March 9
All Problems are from the textbook. Corresponding page and problem
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 4
Answer Key
1. Problem 3, chapter 6, page 237
a.
b. P(x < = 130) = (1/20) (130 - 120) = 0.
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 1
Due Friday, January 29
All Problems are from the textbook. Corresponding page and problem
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 3
Due Wednesday March 2
All Problems are from the textbook. Corresponding page and problems
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 2
Answer Key
1. Problem 5, chapter 3, page 93 (6th edition)
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20
a.
x
b.
Medi
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 3
Answer Key
1. Problem 4, chapter 4, page 158
a.
1st Tos s
2nd Toss
3rd Tos s
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T
(H
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 5 ak
Answer all problems. Only two or three randomly selected problems will be graded
thoug
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Study Guide 5
Chapter 7: Sampling and sampling distributions
1. Parameters are
a.
b.
c.
d.
numerical
University of California Merced
Econ 10 Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Sample Midterm 4
1. Independent random samples taken on two university campuses revealed the followin
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Study Guide 3
Chapter 4 - Introduction to Probability
1. The collection of all possible sample point
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Study Guide 7
Chapter 10: Comparisons involving means and analysis of variance
1. If we are interest
Chapter 8:
ANSWERS:
a. By the law of large numbers or the central limit theorem; the center of the sampling
distribution or the Mean of sample means will tend towards the population mean.
Therefore th
University of California Merced
Econ 10 Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Sample Midterm 2
1. In the two upcoming basketball games, the probability that UTC will defeat Marsha
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Study Guide 2
Chapter 3: Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Examples
1. The measure of location which
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 4
Answer Key
NOTE: When the problem differs between editions, I provide with the correspond
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 2
Due Wednesday, February 10
All Problems are from the textbook. Corresponding page and pro
Chapter 5:
ANSWER: Savings was highly volatile during the 1930s and 40s. In the 1930s, with the Great
Depression, savings rates plummeted, entering negative rates. With the occurrence of WWII,
savings
Assignment Solutions:
Assignment #1:
Please complete the following questions and tasks:
1.
Explain and give an example of a model using words, graphs and mathematics:
a.
A model is any formal statemen
Assignment #1 (Econ 010)
Shivani Bhasin
Econ 010-01
Due Date: 01/31/2016
Section 1:
1. Explanation and example of a model: A model is any formal statem
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 7
Due Wednesday, December 9
Answer all problems. Only two or three randomly selected proble
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Midterm 2 Answer Key
Instructions: Answer all questions in a blue book. Clearly state your exam vers
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 6 answer key
Due Monday, November 16
Answer all problems. Only two or three randomly select
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 7
Answer Key
1. Problem 17, chapter 10, page 408 (6th Edition).
Problem 17, chapter 10, pag
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 2
Answer Key
1. Problem 5, chapter 3, page 93 (6th edition)
xi 3181
$159
n
20
a.
x
b.
Medi
University of California Merced
Econ 10- Statistical Inference
Instructor: Jesus Sandoval-Hernandez
Homework 1
Answer Key
1. Problem 4, chapter 1, page 22
a.
The seven elements are the seven schools s
1. Draw histograms for the following distributions as weve done in class after filling in the missing values:
Variable #1
Variable #2
Variable #3
Mean
1.
150 Mean
168
Mean
138
Median
2.
150 Median
156
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
1. Knowing whether to use the equal symbol or an inequality symbol when stating the claim is the first key to setting up a hypothesis test. The
original claim can have any one of si
Econ 10: Statistical Inference
Instructions for Data Analysis Project
Youre learning a lot about statistical analyses. It's time to work without a net.
PROPOSAL DUE DATE: 10/14/2016
DUE DATES FOR THE
Given that the sample space is:
S=cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20
If event A=cfw_1,3,5,7,9 and event B=cfw_1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 then
the probability that A occurs conditional on B is