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Project 1: Situation A
Instructor : Hughes, Thomas
Submitted by: Zakia Sultana
Demand determination:
Demand for Physician Services One of the challenging project. It requires the
changes in technology. New developments might occur and
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Fall 2012
Final Exam Part A
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8. What the alternative courses of action?
42. An elected State Auditor, employed by the State, would NOT be considered independent when
auditing which of the following entities?
1.
2.
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4.
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An agency of the State.
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reduces to the following: Suppose the shortest path (call it R) from city 1 to city 10 is
known to pass through city i. Then the portion of R that goes from city i to city 10 must
be a shortest path from city i to city 10. If this were not the case, then
geles passes through New York, Columbus, Kansas City, Denver, and Los Angeles. This
path has a length of f1(1) 2,870 miles.
Computational Efciency of Dynamic Programming
For Example 3, it would have been an easy matter to determine the shortest path from
Standard Normal Cumulative Probability Table
Cumulative probabilities for POSITIVE zvalues are shown in the following table:
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(d) (15 points total) Are the following statements True, False or Ambiguous?
Provide a short (one or two sentence) justication for each of your answer.
Your score will be based on your justication (i.e., a correct answer with no
or incorrect justication m
5. (10 points total) Binomial Pricing
Suppose a stock is currently priced at $100, and each period will go up by 40% or
down by 10%.
(a) (2 points) Draw the twoperiod tree for the stock.
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(b) (2 points) What is the riskneutral
2. Bonds and Interest Rates (10 points total)
(a) Suppose you see the following prices for $100 face value zero coupon bonds
Maturity Bond
1 year
B1
2 year
B2
Price
$96:15
$92:46
i. (3 points) What are the implied one and two year yieldtomaturities? (Qu
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Since 1.30 > 1.48, we DO NOT REJECT Ho.
That is, at alpha = 0.07, there is NOT sufficient statistical evidence to
conclude the true mean service time is less than 15 minutes. Thu
Question 34
Consider the above graph that shows an aggregate demand function for an economy that
satisfies the Keynesian assumptions. Currently Y = 50, YP = 50, and P = 100. The expenditure
multiplier equals 5. All else the same, taxes decrease by 10 unit
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Question 39
Consider the graph above. Currently (2012) the economy is in mediumrun equilibrium at point X. In 2012
the Fed announces that it will decrease the money supply
CS4111 Section 1  Midterm Solutions
Problem 1  Graded by Sidharth
1. Candidate key:It is minimal set of attributes whose values uniquely identify an entity in the set.
2. Weak Entity:An entity which can be uniquely identified only by considering some of
Lab  Using Wireshark to Examine FTP and TFTP Captures
Notice that the return UDP datagram has a different UDP source port, but this source port is used for the
remainder of the TFTP transfer. Because there is no reliable connection, only the original sou
Midterm 1 BIS 2C Dehesh and Keen Fall 2013
Short Answer 4.
Consider the taxoncharacter matrix below. It shows six characters for four taxa.
The data are aligned amino acids of the cytochrome C gene.
Taxa
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ﬁve particles. The pdf of we at these values is equal to