ECON 4350
June 27, 2008
First Exam
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Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 130 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 100 points, though the highest possible grade
is 110. Hence, if you receive 110 points
ECON 4350
September 13, 2012
First Exam
Name:_
Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade
is 55. Hence, if you receive 55 point
ISyE 3039
Methods for Quality Improvement
Instructor: Jianjun (Jan) Shi
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Email: [email protected]
Office: Room 109 (Groseclose Building)
List of Topics
ECON 4350 Quiz # 1 Chapter 2 Ricardian Model (15 questions)
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1. A nation will gain from trade if it:
A) consumes outside its PPF and produces along its PPF.
B)
produces and consumes along its PPF.
C)
produces and consumes outside its PPF.
D)
ECON 4350 Quiz #4 Chapter 6 "Increasing Returns to Scale and Monopolistic
Competition"
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Use the following to answer question 1:
Use this demand equation for a good produced by a monopolistically competitive firm for the
following.
Demand Eq
ECON 4350 Exam 1 Chapters 2-5 VERSION A
Resources Allowed: calculator (no cell phones); 2 pages of notes [1 sheet of paper, front and
back only]
*If you did the EC paper, please turn in with your examination*
Name: _ Date: _
1. In trade, ifdue to technolo
ECON 4350
June 27, 2008
First Exam
Name:_
Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 130 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 100 points, though the highest possible grade
is 110. Hence, if you receive 110 points
ECON 4350 Quiz #2 Chapters 3 and part of 4
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1. If a nation begins to trade, it will be able to sell (export) the product for which its own
relative price is:
A) the same as other nations.
B)
less than 10% of the value of other nations.
C)
h
Chapter 6: Control Charts for Variables
Control Chart for X and R
Control Chart for X and S
Operating-Characteristic Function
Need for Control of Both Mean and Variability
The number of nonconforming product is dependent
on both mean shift and larger
ECON 4350 Quiz #6 Chapter 13 "The Foreign Exchange Market" (take home quiz)
Due in class on Monday 10/28/2013. No late or email submissions will be accepted.
Name: _ Date: _
1. The difference between the spot contract and a forward contract is that:
A) th
ECON 4350 International Economics Exam 2 (chapters 6, 8-9) VERSION A
Format: 25 Multiple-choice questions
Resources Allowed: calculator (no cell phones); 2 pages of notes [1 sheet of paper, front and
back only]
Name: _ Date: _
1. In the long-run monopolis
ECON 4350 Quiz #8 (Take Home) Chapters 16 and 18
Due Date In Class: Wednesday, 11/20/2013 (no late submissions will be accepted)
Name: _ Date: _
Use the following to answer question 1:
Table: Hypothetical Irish National Income and Product Accounts Data
Ca
34. Chapter 6, Slide 7
Example: The data shown here are x-bar and R values for 24 samples of
size n=5 taken from a process producing bearings. The measurements
are made on the inside diameter of the bearing, with only the last three
decimals recorded (i.e
15. Chapter 4, Slide 10
Example:
The strength of a disposable plastic beverage container is being
investigated. The strengths are normally distributed, with a known
standard deviation of 15 psi.
A sample of 20 plastic containers has a
mean strength of 246
38. Chapter 7, Slide 9:
Example: The following data give the number of nonconforming ROM
chips in samples of size 200.
Construct a p chart for these data.
Assume that any values beyond the control limits have an assignable
cause and revise the control lim
ECON 4350
March 10, 2016
Second Exam
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Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade
is 55. Hence, if you receive 55 points,
ECON 4350
May 3, 2016
Third Exam
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Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete the exam.
The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade is 55. Hence, if
you receive 55 points, you
ECON 4350
February 11, 2016
First Exam
Name:_
Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade
is 55. Hence, if you receive 55 points
ECON 4350
Homework 2 Answers
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
1. Suppose that the wage is $20 per hour in a two-sector (manufacturing and agriculture)
specific-factors model. Currently, the prices of manufactured and agricultural outputs
are $5 and $1, respective
ECON 4350
May 3, 2016
Third Exam
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Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete the exam.
The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade is 55. Hence, if
you receive 55 points, you
ECON 4350
March 10, 2016
Second Exam
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Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade
is 55. Hence, if you receive 55 points,
ECON 4350 Quiz #5 (take home) Chapters 8-9
Due in class on Wednesday, 10/16/2013 (no late submissions will be accepted)
Name: _ Date: _
1. The Home import demand curve is downward sloping because:
A) as the government forces the price down, the consumers
ECON 4350
February 11, 2016
First Exam
Name:_
Instructions: Make sure you answer every question. You have 80 minutes to complete
the exam. The exam is graded on a scale of 50 points, though the highest possible grade
is 55. Hence, if you receive 55 points
General Simulation Principles
David Goldsman
February 8, 2006
Steps in a Simulation Study
1. Problem Formulation statement of problem
2. Objectives and Planning what questions should be answered?
3. Model Building
4. Data Collection what kinds of data, ho
Econ 4350
1.
Homework I
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
In the following Classical-type table showing the output per 10-days of labor input
in each of the two commodities in each of the two countries,
France
Germany
Cameras
Wine
100 units
150 units
40 units
50 u
Econ 4350
International Economics
Econ 6650
SYLLABUS
Fall 2016
Office Hours: Th 11-12 pm by appointment
TA: Alaina Totten; Office hours: Wed 12.30pm-2pm
Room: 205; [email protected]
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
Office: Old CE Room 206
Class Times: T, T
Chapter 5
Movement of Labor and Capital
Between Countries
Migration
From May to September 1980, boatloads of
refugees from Cuba arrived in Miami Mariel boat
lift.
Population of Miami increased by 7%, Cuban
minority increased by 20%.
Mostly less-skilled wo
Econ 4350
Homework III Answers
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
1. The following table gives intra-industry trade in three industries. Which of the three
industries has the greatest degree of intra-industry trade?
Exports
Imports
A
100
200
B
200
200
C
300
200
Cal
Econ 4350
Homework IV Answers
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. If an automobile costs $32,000 in New York and $1 = 0.8 euros, then under the
condition of the
Econ 4350
1.
Homework I Answers
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
In the following Classical-type table showing the output per 10-days of labor input
in each of the two commodities in each of the two countries,
France
Germany
Cameras
Wine
100 units
150 units
40 un
ECON 4350
Assignment 1 Answers
Prof. Usha Nair-Reichert
1. When we use the specific-factors model to study migration, we assume that:
A) land is immobile internationally but capital and labor are internationally mobile.
B) land and capital are immobile in