1. The interpretation of the slope coefficient in the model Y = b0 + b1*ln(X) is as follows:
A) a 1% change in X is associated with a b1% change in Y.
B) a 1% change in X is associated with a change in Y of 0.01*b1 .
C) a change in X by one unit is associ
The analysis is externally valid if
A) the statistical inferences about causal effects are valid for the population being studied.
B) the study has passed a double blind refereeing process for a journal.
C) its inferences and conclusions can be general
Midterm February 14, 2011
Instructions: Answer All Questions
Exercise 1: 20% - 4% for each necessary assumption + 4% for explanation
State the Gauss-Markov Theorem. You should give all the necessary assumptions and
explain in words what th
1. The confidence interval for a single coefficient in a multiple regression
A) makes little sense because the population parameter is unknown.
B) should not be computed because there are other coefficients present in the model.
C) contains information fr
Practice Midterm 328
1) In the multiple regression model, the adjusted R2, R 2
cannot be negative.
will never be greater than the regression R2.
equals the square of the correlation coefficient r.
cannot decrease when an additional explanatory
Growth on tradeshare
Pr (> ltl)
the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial
Clark's Model is an Economic theory/hypothesis that provides a description of three type of
activities (Primary Sector, Secondary
Economics 232 History of Economic Thought Term 1 2015W
Professor: P. Wylie Office: ART 309 Tel: 250.807.9341
Teaching Assistant: Dakota Ravestein
Take-Home Final Exam, due Thursday December 17,