Eric Zivot
Econ 424
Winter 2016
Problem Set #2
Working with Random Variables and Probability Distributions
Due: Tuesday 1/19/16 at 8pm via Canvas
Readings
My lecture notes on review of probability theory and random variables.
A Beginners Guide to R, chapt
Thomas Wright 1340880
Econ 424
HW 3
Part I
a.
This graph has a linear, positive relationship between x and y signified by the positive
correlation. With higher x values comes higher y values. The joint probability is 0.2453.
b.
This graph is demonstrating
Thomas Wright 1340880
Econ 424
Part I
1. Univariate Graphical Analysis
i.
HW 4
ii.
From the graphs, it appears that the three stocks are not correlated. Besides
the end of 2008, where they all experience a sharp decline, they dont appear
to move together.
University of Washington
Department of Economics
Summer 2011
Eric Zivot
Econ 424/Amath 540
Midterm Exam Solutions
This is a closed book and closed note exam. However, you are allowed one page of notes
(8.5 by 11 double-sided) and the use of a calculator.
University of Washington
Department of Economics
Summer 2000
Eric Zivot
Economics 483
Midterm Exam
This is a closed book and closed note exam. However, you are allowed one page of handwritten
notes. Answer all questions and write all answers in a blue boo
CFRM 542 Homework 2
Submission limit: 5
Submit an R script to autoGradeR that makes the computations and creates the graphics described below;
refer to the file summary for filenames and file layout. Please be conscientious that assignments are to be
done
Homework 1
Submission limit: 10
Submit an R script to autoGradeR that makes the computations and creates the graphics described below;
refer to the file summary for filenames and file layout. Please be conscientious that assignments are to be
done indepen