1. A survey of 400 college seniors resulted in the following crosstabulation regarding their
undergraduate major and whether or not they plan to go to graduate school.
Undergraduate Major
Graduate School
Others
35
42
63
140
No
91
104
65
260
Total
d.
Engin
1. The entities on which data are collected are
a.
elements
b.
populations
c.
samples
d.
None of these alternatives is correct.
ANS: A
PTS: 1
TOP: Descriptive Statistics
2. The set of measurements collected for a particular element is (are) called
a.
vari
1. Methods for developing useful decision-making information from large data bases is known as
a. data manipulation
b. data monitoring
c. data base conversion
d. data mining
ANS: D
PTS: 1
TOP: Descriptive Statistics
2. The process of capturing, storing, a
Econs 3680 A01
International Finance
PowerPoint Set 11
Preview
Snapshots of rich and poor countries
Characteristics of poor countries
Borrowing and debt in poor and middle-income economies
The problem of original sin
Types of financial assets
Latin
Econ. 2390 Environmental Economics
CALCULATING NET BENEFITS IN A MARKET
Suppose that marginal benefits from using recycled cardboard are MB = 100 - 0.01Q, and that
the marginal cost of supplying recycled cardboard is MC = 20 + 0.01Q, where Q = tons of
rec
Projected changes
in twenty rst century
Likelihood
Table 15] Climate change outcomes, probabilities, and impacts
ImpacLs
Higher maximum lem- Very likely Increased death and illness in older age groups and
peratures; more hot days urban poor
and heat
Econ 2390 Environmental Economics
Graphing Tips and Practice
1. Graphing straight lines
In math, equations for straight lines look something like: A. y = b + mx, OR B. y = b mx.
Notice that the only difference between these two equations is the + versus t
1Econ 2390 Introduction to Environmental Economics
Question Set 1
Comments:
This set of questions is intended to encourage you to work with the course material; it is also
intended to help you identify concepts and thought processes that you do not grasp
Econ 2390 Environmental Economics
Practice with MB / D / WTP & S / MC
[Parts based on Analytical Problems 1 & 2 in Field and Olewiler.]
d
Alvins demand for bottled water is given by the equation Q A =80.5 P . Bettys demand is
d
QB =6P .
1. Graph Alvin and
Agricultural Land Use
Management
Outline
Agricultural Approaches
Environmental Impacts of Agriculture
Sustainable Farming
Soils and Conservation
Structure and components
Organic Matter
Industrialized agriculture
Agriculture Management including Pe
Econs 3680 A01
International Finance
PowerPoint Set 10
Preview
Gains from trade
Portfolio diversification
Players in the international capital markets
Attainable policies with international capital markets
Offshore banking and offshore currency tradi
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Sampling distribution of is the
probability distribution of the sample mean
probability distribution of the sample proportion
mean of the sample
mean of the population
ANS: A
PTS: 1
TOP: Sampling Distribution
2. A simple random sample of 10
1. The p-value
a. is the same as the Z statistic
b. measures the number of standard deviations from the mean
c. is a distance
d. is a probability
ANS: D
2.
a.
b.
c.
d.
PTS: 1
TOP: Hypothesis Tests
In hypothesis testing if the null hypothesis is rejected,
Situation
Examining a single
population mean
Examining a single
population mean
Examining the
mean difference for
two variables
Conditions/Assumptions
Comparing two
population means
Comparing two
population means
X is normally distributed
SRS
known
X is
Term Test II
Econ 3170 A01 (Summer, 2013)
Student Name:
1. Sampling distribution of is the
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
probability distribution of the sample
mean of the sample
mean of the population
estimator of the mean of the population
none of the above
ANS: E
PTS
Term Test II
Econ 3170 A01 (Fall, 2012)
Student Name:
1. Sampling distribution of is the
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
probability distribution of the sample
mean of the sample
mean of the population
estimator of the mean of the population
none of the above
ANS: E
PTS:
MooreIntro-3620056
ips_tables
October 6, 2010
13:30
TABLES
TABLE A Standard Normal Probabilities
TABLE B Random Digits
TABLE C Binomial Probabilities
TABLE D t Distribution Critical Values
TABLE E F Critical Values
TABLE F 2 Distribution Critical Values
T
The University of Manitoba
Faculty of Arts
Department of Economics
Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics
Econ 3170 A01
Summer, 2013
Class room: 303 Tire
Class time: 1:30-4:00 pm TR
Instructor : Jun Zhao
Office Hours:
Email: [email protected]