MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Chpater10: 36, 2, 4, 8, 10, 14
Problem Set3
Supplemental:
1. You are interested in testing whether two groups of students perform identically. Two random samples of 80
students were drawn independently from t
MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Problem Set2
Chpater9: 36, 38, 40, 46, 48abc, 50, 54, 58
Supplemental:
1. Which of the following statements are true? Where alpha is the probability of a Type I error and beta is the
probability of a Type II
MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Problem Set1
Chpater9: 4a, 6, 10, 12, 14, 20, 22, 24, 26, 30, 34
Supplemental:
1. Suppose a random sample of size 25 is selected from a population with mean , the value of which is
unknown. The sample statist
MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Problem Set5
Chapter 14: 2, 16, 18, 24, 26, 32,34, 36, 45, 46
Supplemental
1. When the least squares estimate of the slope, b1, is zero, the least squares estimate of the intercept, b0, is:
A. the mean of the
MGEB12 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ECONOMICSII
Problem Set 0 (Sampling Distribution)
Note: Although sampling distribution is covered in MGEB11, it is the cornerstone of
statistical inference (what you learn in MGEB12). Make sure you go through this
problem s
MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Problem Set6
Chapter 15: 2,4,12,14,15,19,22,23,28,29,32, 34,38
Supplemental
1. The following is the partial results of a multiple regression
ANOVA
Source
Regression
Error
Total
DF
2
?
47
SS
?
2259
?
MS
?
?
SE
MGEB12: Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Problem Set4
Chapter 11: 2, 10, 14, 18
Supplemental
1. In a hypothesis test for population variance, the hypotheses are:
H o : 2 100
H1 : 2 100
If the sample size is 15 and the test is at 10% significance leve
MGEB12 Lecture 8
Simple Linear RegressionII
Ata Mazaheri
1
Lecture Outline
Short Review
Confidence Interval for the parameter
Using the Estimated Regression Equation
for Estimation and Prediction
Computer Solution
Residual Analysis: Validating Model
MGEB12 Lecture 7
Simple Linear RegressionI
Ata Mazaheri
1
Lecture Outline
Simple Linear Regression Model
Least Squares Method
Coefficient of Determination
Model Assumptions
Testing for Significance
Using the Estimated Regression Equation for
Estimation
MGEB12 Lecture 11
Model Building
Dummy Variables
Ata Mazaheri
1
Introduction
Regression analysis is one of the most
commonly used techniques in statistics.
It is considered powerful for several reasons:
It can cover a variety of mathematical models
li
MGEB12 Lecture 9
Multiple RegressionI
Ata Mazaheri
1
Lecture Outline
Multiple Regression Model
Least Squares Method
Multiple Coefficient of Determination
Model Assumptions
Testing for Significance
Using the Estimated Regression Equation
for Estimat
MGEB12 Lecture 10
Multiple RegressionII
Ata Mazaheri
1
Lecture Outline
Testing for Significance (Review)
Multicollinearity
Using the Estimated Regression Equation for
Estimation and Prediction
Dummy variables (Introduction)
Examples
2
Testing for Si
MGEB12 Lecture 6
Inferences about Population Variances (Contd)
Ata Mazaheri
1
Lecture Outline
Inference about a Population Variance (Contd)
Inferences about the Variances of Two
Populations
2
Inferences About a Population Variance
ChiSquare Distributi
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II L01/L30/L60
Assignment #4 Solution
Problem
SUMMARY OUTPUT
Regression Statistics
Multiple R
0.7398
R Square
0.5473
Adjusted R Square
0.3964
Standard Error
6.5141
Observations
5
ANOV
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II L60
Assignment #1 Winter 2015
Due by WED January 28 by 10pm. Late Assignments will not be accepted.
Please email assignment in PDF format to your TA Estella Duan ([email protected]
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12H3S Quantitative Methods in Economics II
Case Study Winter 2015 L01/L30/L60
Due by THU April 2 by 6pm. Please email me your Report (DOC/PDF) and Excel files. Late Case
Studies will not be accepted. This case study is w
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II  Ass1 Solution
Problem 1
(a) From output 95% 2sided C.I:
72 2.4768 72 + 2.4768 so 69.5232 74.4768 so should not launch drink.
(b) For a 80% C.I. 100(1) = 80 get = 0.2, d.f. = n
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II L01/L30
Assignment #4 Winter 2015
Due by WED March 25 by 10pm. Late Assignments will not be accepted.
Please email assignment in PDF format to your TA Estella Duan ([email protected]
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II
Winter 2015
Midterm Information
The midterm will be Friday FEB 13 from 35pm.
Here are the room assignments:
L01/L30 students = IC130
L60 students: last name AL=IC230, last name MT=IC204, last name VZ=IC208
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II
Practice Questions Set 2 Solution
Problem 1
University XYZ has notice students are dropping out after 1st year in their business program. XYZ has decided to launch 1 week nonmanda
Department of Management, UTSC
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in Economics II Practice Questions Set 1 Solution
Problem 7
Zip, Inc. manufactures Zip drives on two different manufacturing processes. Because the management of this company is
interested in det
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Sample Test1 (Solutions)
Instructions:
This is a closed book test. A formula sheet is attached. You are allowed the use
of a calculator.
Write your full name and your student ID # on both this test book as well
MGEB12 Quantitative Methods in EconomicsII
Test2 (Solutions)
Instructions:
This is a closed book test. A formula sheet is attached. You are allowed the use
of a calculator.
Write your full name and your student ID # on both this test book as well as the
Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGE A02

Summer 2017
University of Toronto Scarborough
MGEA02
Introduction to Microeconomics
Exam Guide
PART I Lecture Key Points Review
PART II Exam Questions & Answers and Explanations
1. What is Economics?
Economics is the study of the use of scarce resources to satisfy un
Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGE A02

Summer 2017
University of Toronto Scarborough
MGEA02
s
s
a
Introduction to Microeconomics
l
Final Exam
Guide
C
e
n
O
PART I Lecture Key Points Review
PART II Exam Questions & Answers and Explanations
1. Some basic equations for Production and Productivity:
1) Profit
Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGE A02

Summer 2017
MGEA02 Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
STUDY OBJECTIVES AND STUDY QUESTIONS
Topic 10 (Week of Nov 14)  Oligopoly
Coverage: Much of the Canadian economy is neither perfectly competitive, nor monopolistic. The
rest of the Canadian e
Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
MGE A02

Summer 2017
PART II: ANSWER BOOKLET FOR PART II
OF MGEA02 FINAL EXAM, DECEMBER 2015
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS (20 marks 10
marks each)
THE SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS ARE TO BE ANSWERED
INSIDE THIS BOOKLET. DO NOT SEPARATE THE PAGES FROM
EACH OTHER.
NAME
_
_
(last name)
(fir