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MKTG696 (S1/2017)
Project Workshop (Week-10 and 11)
Working towards: Progress Presentation Two Strategy Formulation, Implementation and
Control (8%) (Week-12, during class)
IMPORTANT: Please adhere to the time limit this is to ensure that there will be ti
INTERMEDIATE
MACROECONOMICS
(ECON 633)
TUTORIAL 7
1. Suppose that the economys production function is
Y=K0.5(AN)
0.5
and that the saving rate (s) is equal to 16% and that the rate of depreciation (d) is equal to 10%.
Further, suppose that the number of
MKTG696 (S1/2017)
Unit Convenor: LayPeng Tan
Updated: 13-March-2017
Assessment Guide: A1 Marketing Plan
Graduate Capabilities: Discipline Specific Knowledge and Skills, Problem Solving and Research
Capability and Critical, Analytical and Integrative Think
ASSESSMENT 2 _ ANSWERING A CLINICAL QUESTION
Task description:
PHTY211
You will be provided with a clinical question for which you will need
to identify a search strategy, perform a search, and find a research
article (clinical trial) that answers the que
MKTG696 Introduction to Marketing Management (S1/2017)
Group Assignment: Marketing Plan
Updated: 6-Feb-2017
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0%
Overall Assessment Criteria (20%)
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and review (10%)
merely information
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Tutorial 3 Week 5
Group 5
1) Markups
Suppose that the firms markup over costs is 50%. The (medium-run) wage-setting
equation is W=P(1-u)2z
a. What is the real wage as determined by price-setting equation?
Answer
w/p =1/(1+m) 1/1+.5= 0.6666
b. What is the
ECON204
Macroeconomic Analysis
S1 Day 2017
Dept of Economics
Contents
General Information
2
Learning Outcomes
2
General Assessment Information
3
Assessment Tasks
3
Delivery and Resources
6
Unit Schedule
9
Learning and Teaching Activities
12
Policies and P
ECON204
Macroeconomic Analysis
S3 Day 2016
Dept of Economics
Contents
General Information
2
Learning Outcomes
2
General Assessment Information
3
Assessment Tasks
3
Delivery and Resources
5
Unit Schedule
7
Learning and Teaching Activities
10
Policies and P
ECON204
Macroeconomic Analysis
S2 Day 2015
Dept of Economics
Contents
General Information
2
Learning Outcomes
3
General Assessment Information
3
Assessment Tasks
3
Delivery and Resources
5
Unit Schedule
8
Learning and Teaching Activities
11
Policies and P
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
1)
For this question, initially assume that output growth in the United States is equal to normal growth in
the United States. Now suppose th
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
1)
Which of the following will cause a reduction in output per worker in the long run run?
1)
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A)
an increase in the number of workers
B)
ca
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Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
Use the information below to answer the following questions:
(1) the rate of depreciation is 12% per year,
(2) the population growth rate is
Exam
Name_
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
1)
Assume that the production function for an economy is represented by the following: Y = NA. Now
assume the economy experiences an increase
Efficiency, govt actions and externalities
Marginal Benefit (MB): extra benefit of consuming one extra unit
Marginal cost (MC): extra benefit of producing one extra uni
How to construct the market demand curve:
Horizontal sum of individual demand curves
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SESSION 1 EXAMINATIONS - JUNE 2012
Unit Code and Name: ECON634 —- Econometrics and Business Statistics
Time Allowed: Two hours plus 10 minutes reading time
Total Number of Questions: 25
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Week 4 Tutorial Solutions
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
1. An investor makes two independent investments and believes the following: Investment 1
will yield a profit of $1000 with probability of 0.6 or a loss of $400 with probability of 0.4
Week 3 Tutorial Solutions
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
1. Consider the experiment of throwing a fair die. Let be the . . which assigns 1 if the
number that appears is even and 0 if the number that appears is odd.
a) What is the sample spac
Week 2 Tutorial Exercises
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
Note to students: We may be unable to get through all the questions in one hour. In that case it remains
your responsibility to finish the entire tutorial as a part of their self-study
Week 1 Tutorial Solutions
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
Note to students: We may be unable to get through all the questions in one hour. In that case it remains
your responsibility to finish the entire tutorial as a part of their self-study
Econ 634 Week 8 Tutorial Questions
1) Answer true of false, with reasons if necessary
a. There is no way of reducing the probability of Type I error without simultaneously
increasing the probability of Type II error.
b. The probability of Type I error is
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Week 2 Tutorial Solutions
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
1. Which of the following events are independent?
a. Two flips of a fair coin.
b. Two flips of a biased coin.
c. Rainfall on two successive days.
Solution: a. and b. are independent
2.
Econ 634 Week 8 Tutorial Solutions
1) Answer true of false, with reasons if necessary
a. There is no way of reducing the probability of Type I error without simultaneously
increasing the probability of Type II error.
False, this is possible by increasing
Week 3 Tutorial Exercises
Econometrics and Business Statistics Econ634
Note to students: We may be unable to get through all the questions in one hour. In that case it
remains your responsibility to finish the entire tutorial as a part of their self-study