1. Thedegreetowhichthevalueoffuturecashtransactionscanbeaffected
byexchangeratefluctuationsisreferredtoaseconomicexposure.
a. True
b. False
2. Transactionexposurecanhaveasubstantialimpactonafirm'searn
1. If the Singapore dollar appreciates against the U.S. dollar
over this year, the consolidated earnings of a U.S. company
with a subsidiary in Singapore will be _ as a result of
the exchange rate mov
1. Economicexposurerepresentsanyimpactofexchangeratefluctuations
onafirm'sfuturecashflowsandthusincludestransactionexposure.
a. True
b. False
2. Ingeneral,itismoredifficulttoeffectivelyhedgeeconomicor
2014FA Economics 2302
TEST 2 REVIEW
Chapter 6
Define, locate on graph and calculate the following
Consumer surplus
Producer surplus
Tax burden (incidence)
Deadweight loss
Relation of tax to elasticity
Brookhaven College - Economics Department -ECON 2302 Fall Semester 2017
ECON 2302 21006
General Information
Room
M 117
Instructor:
Inske Zandvliet
E-mail:
izandvliet@dcccd.edu
You can expect me to res
Which of the following will cause an increase in the amount of money that one wishes to hold?
an increase in the interest rate increase
a reduction in the interest rate increase answer
a reducti
Before participating in the graded discussion 2, I thought human capital was some type of
leader or a high position in something because I had no clue what it was before we discussed in
class. When I
1. Provide the structure or the name for each of the following compounds (10 points)
a) trans-1,2-dichlorocyclobutane [2 points)
c) (2 points]
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(\R/ 1.2) - 5 - 9019014714- macpha/Q c1 chochan or?
d
1. Variable
A variable, notated by capital letters like X and Y, is a characteristic of interest for each
person or thing in a population. Variables may be numerical or categorical.
o Numerical variab
Statistic A numerical characteristic of the sample. A statistic estimates the corresponding population
parameter. For example, the average number of full-time students in a 7:30 a.m. class for this te
-Data that is measured using an ordinal scale is similar to nominal scale data but there is a big difference.
The ordinal scale data can be ordered. An example of ordinal scale data is a list of the t
Basic definitions
Population
The entire collection of persons, things, or objects under study.
Sample
Sample is a subset of the population. The idea of sampling is to select a portion (or
subset) of
A type of sampling that is nonrandom is convenience sampling. Convenience sampling involves using
results that are readily available Sampling data should be done very carefully.
Collecting data carele
A frequency is the number of times a given datum occurs in a data set. According to the table
above, there are three students who work 2 hours, five students who work 3 hours, etc. The total
of the fr
All data that are the result of counting are called quantitative discrete data. These data
take on only certain numerical values. If you count the number of phone calls you receive
for each day of th
SAMPLING
information about an entire population often costs too much or is virtually impossible. Instead, we use a
sample of the population. A sample should have the same characteristics as the popula
Business Law extra credit.
Throughtout history there have been a plethroa of famous business law cases.
From the case of Bowman v Monsanto which was a case envolving genetically
engineered seeds to th
QUESTION 1
Consider the following numerical example of the IS-LM model:
C = 500 + 0.20YD
I = 150 + 0.30Y - 1200i
G= 300
T=250
ibar= 0.05
Derive IS relation.
Y=1100-2000i
Y=1800 -2400i answer
Y=
Which of the following is true for a "closed economy"?
government spending equals taxes
there are no imports or exports answer
exports equal imports
there is no saving
there is no government
Brooklyn College
Econometrics 7020X Spring 2017
Instructor: G. Koimisis
Name: _
Date: _
Practice Questions for the Final Exam
Theoretical Part
1. Define dummy variable and give two examples.
2. Analyz
false
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
If a company benefit from economies of scale in the long run
then the company will tend to:
Selected
Answer:
become larger and have a declining average cost
curve.
Q
false
Question 1
2 out of 2 points
The example of Enron shows that:
Selected
Answer:
organizational structure is extremely important in
business success.
Question 2
2 out of 2 points
Helena is given a
Question 1
5 out of 5 points
Igor owns an auto parts company. He uses a combination of steel
and aluminum to produce her auto parts. All of the following
combinations will finish the task on time. St
Calculating Cost Savings from FY08 Pollution Prevention Projects
Purpose:
To ensure a standard and credible method is used to compare the cost savings of all pollution prevention
proposals, allowing a
Chapter 6: Trade under Monopolistic Competition
1) What does it mean for firms in an industry to have differentiated products?
Why does that give these firms some degree of market power?
We assume tha
Chapter 5: Migration and Capital Flows
1) Sketch a graph which shows how an increase in migration into a country
could drive wages down in that country in the short run.
2) Briefly explain how an incr