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School: UChicago
Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2011 Problem Set 1: KEY Conservation Reconsidered Refer to the article Conservation Reconsidered by Krutilla for the following questions. Interpret the following statement in your own words and using examples: .there is likely to be an asy
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Course: Financial Accoun
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Booth School of Business BUS 30000 Financial Accounting Answer to Homework Assignment #2 Problem 1: Indicate the dual effects of the following transactions on the accounting equation: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Issued 20,000 s
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Case 1: Acme United Corporation Selected Computations Prof. L. Soffer The journal entry summarizing the 2008 activity in the first table in the tax footnote is: In
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500, Winter 2007 Solutions to Homework 3 1. (Cauchy distribution) P X c Y X X c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 ( X X and X Y ) Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X =P c where c is some constant
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Stat 245 HW1 Solutions 1. If (X np)/ np(1 p) is a pivotal, then for a xed sample size n, that random variable has the same distribution regardless of the value of the parameter p. In particular, the span of the support of these distributions should be the
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Course: Elements Of Economics Analysis
Problem Set 2: Suggested Solutions Econ 201, Winter 2014 Ippei Shibata January 23, 2014 1. Suppose a rm is a pricetaker and can sell the good it produces at p p price p. Suppose the rm has production function F (k, l) = 2 k + 2 l. (a) Derive the rms cost
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Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2011 Problem Set 1: KEY Conservation Reconsidered Refer to the article Conservation Reconsidered by Krutilla for the following questions. Interpret the following statement in your own words and using examples: .there is likely to be an asy
School: UChicago
Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Case 1: Acme United Corporation Selected Computations Prof. L. Soffer The journal entry summarizing the 2008 activity in the first table in the tax footnote is: In
School: UChicago
Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500, Winter 2007 Solutions to Homework 3 1. (Cauchy distribution) P X c Y X X c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 ( X X and X Y ) Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X =P c where c is some constant
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Stat 245 HW1 Solutions 1. If (X np)/ np(1 p) is a pivotal, then for a xed sample size n, that random variable has the same distribution regardless of the value of the parameter p. In particular, the span of the support of these distributions should be the
School: UChicago
Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Spring 2012 Case 1: Acme United Corporation (Income Taxes and Pro Formas) Prof. L. Soffer The following exhibits appear after the case requirements: 1. Acme United
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 245: Homework 2 due Jan 27 When solving the problems below as well as future homework problems, give detailed derivations and arguments in order to receive credit. In your solution do not forget to include your name and the homework number. Ple
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Course: Financial Accoun
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 MidQuarter Exam Winter 2013 Professor: Pingyang Gao Print Name:_ Section you are registered for (check one): _ 02 (Fridays 1:30 4:30PM) _ 81 (Fridays 6:00 9:00PM) _ 85 (Saturdays
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Groupon: Constructing Projected Financial Statements Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the relation between key
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Course: Financial Accounting
Initials: University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 Final Exam Spring 2009 Instructor: Regina WittenbergMoerman Please print and sign your name on this sheet, then detach this sheet and pass to the end of your row. Print
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Netflix: Fundamentals of the Balance Sheet and Income Statement Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding fundamental f
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Course: Introduction To Macroeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics Economics 19900 FOURTH HOUR / FINAL EXAMINATION Allen R. Sanderson Winter 2007 Name (Please Print): _ [41 Points Possible] Part I. Multiple Choice. Circle letter corresponding to your answer. One point each; 20 poin
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case BP: Accounting for the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the impact of unforeseen even
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Course: Financial Accoun
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Booth School of Business BUS 30000 Financial Accounting Answer to Homework Assignment #2 Problem 1: Indicate the dual effects of the following transactions on the accounting equation: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Issued 20,000 s
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Course: Elements Of Economics Analysis
Problem Set 2: Suggested Solutions Econ 201, Winter 2014 Ippei Shibata January 23, 2014 1. Suppose a rm is a pricetaker and can sell the good it produces at p p price p. Suppose the rm has production function F (k, l) = 2 k + 2 l. (a) Derive the rms cost
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Course: Financial Accounting
Score: 1outof1points(100%) 1. awar d: 0.10outof 0.10points E25 Determining F inancial Statement Effects of Several T ransactions LO3 Nik e, Inc ., with headquarters in Beav erton, Oregon, is one of the worlds leading manufac turers of athletic s hoes an
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Course: Breakdowns: Representations Of Illness In Comics
Pro Fit Marietta Balance and Stabilization Sales Month Ending March 31 Quantity Sold Balance Pillow Slide Board Foam Roller Rebounder Stability Ball Balance Board Balance Pad Total Sales for All Products 9fa7c0d0baa045bf60f7b27863ac4146f110a68d.xlsx 275.0
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Exxon vs. Shell: Understanding the effect of inventory valuation on Financial Statements Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Un
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Waren Sports Supply Bank Reconciliation December 31, 2013. Undadjusted balnce 123113 Bank Statement $ 123,414.03 General Ledger $ 108,969.97 Add: Deposits in transit 12/24/2013 $ 9,000.00 12/24/2013 $ 9,165.00 Total $ 18,165.00 Deduct: Outstanding check
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Course: Media Aesthetics II
Media Aesthetics / Text / Winter 2014 Paper #1: Lens Essay Due January 22nd at 5PM A lens essay uses one text to shed light on another in order to show readers something they would not have been able to see if they had examined the texts in isolation For
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Course: Reading Cultures: Collection, Travel, Exchange
1 Y Tu Mam Tambin On the surface, it seems as if Y tu mam tambin, directed by Alfonso Cuarn simply follows the adventures of two teenage boys, Julio and Tenoch as they take a summer road trip with an older woman. However while much of the movies plot revo
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Course: Reading Cultures: Collection, Travel, Exchange
1 Bigger Thomas Throughout the World If the character of Bigger Thomas in Native Son is symbolic amalgamation of people and experiences Richard Wright encountered throughout his life, then this character type should be visible in other pieces of literatur
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Course: Reading Cultures: Collection, Travel, Exchange
1 Collections and Preservation In Citizen Kane, written and directed by Orson Welles, Charles Foster Kane frequently expresses his wish to buy items with large material value. He purchases without inhibition, collecting everything from animals and busines
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Course: Reading Cultures: Collection, Travel, Exchange
1 A Small Mind At first, it seems as if the small place Jamaica Kincaid is referring to in the title of her novel, A Small Place is the island of Antigua. The novels main subject is the nine by twelve mile landmass in the British West Indies, therefore th
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Course: Reading Cultures: Collection, Travel, Exchange
1 Significance of NonLinear Chronology The Odyssey is a story about stories and storytelling. Home invokes the muse to Start from where you will, and this backtracking and nonlinear form of storytelling is essential for the content and message of the ep
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Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
Kate Casaday Chemistry 111 Section 30 13 October 2010 Floating Eggs Introduction In this experiment the buoyancy of an egg in salt solution will be used to calculate its density. Two eggs will be tested: a fresh egg and a boiled egg. The density of each e
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Course: Molecular Biology
University of Chicago FallQuarter2013 Bios 20234 Laboratory Experiment#3 Cytoskeleton PRELAB ASSIGNMENT: Readings in Alberts: Read about the role of the cytoskeleton in the cell: Actin Filaments, Microtubules, intermediate filaments. Review structure of
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Course: Organic Chemistry 1
Liz Lawton 07/01/08 Chem 222000 / Section 1 Lab 1 Title Separation of the Components and Purification of an Unknown Painkiller Purpose The purpose of this particular experiment was to separate an unknown painkiller into its basic components by a series of
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Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
KateCasaday 3October2010 Section30 Chem111 Introduction Thepurposeofthislabistousegravimetricanalysistodeterminethechloridecontentof aparticularsaltsample.Thepercentchloridewillbefoundbydeterminingthemolesofsilver chlorideprecipitatefromthemassingrams,rel
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Course: Organic Chemistry
Liz Lawton 080408 Chem 22100 / Section 1 Lab 10 Lab 10 Borohydride Reduction of Vanillin to Vanillyl Alcohol Purpose The purpose of this lab is to use our knowledge of reduction and analysis and to reduce the aldehyde functionality of vanillin, then thi
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Course: Organic Chemistry 2
Liz Lawton 072008 Chem 222000 / Section 1 Lab 5 Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions Purpose Draw out all the reactions performed in this experiment, including the expected products. Bromobenzene + NaI NR + AgNO3 Bromocyclopentane NR + NaI + AgNO3 1Chlo
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Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2011 Problem Set 1: KEY Conservation Reconsidered Refer to the article Conservation Reconsidered by Krutilla for the following questions. Interpret the following statement in your own words and using examples: .there is likely to be an asy
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Course: Financial Accoun
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO Booth School of Business BUS 30000 Financial Accounting Answer to Homework Assignment #2 Problem 1: Indicate the dual effects of the following transactions on the accounting equation: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Issued 20,000 s
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Case 1: Acme United Corporation Selected Computations Prof. L. Soffer The journal entry summarizing the 2008 activity in the first table in the tax footnote is: In
School: UChicago
Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500, Winter 2007 Solutions to Homework 3 1. (Cauchy distribution) P X c Y X X c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 ( X X and X Y ) Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X =P c where c is some constant
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Stat 245 HW1 Solutions 1. If (X np)/ np(1 p) is a pivotal, then for a xed sample size n, that random variable has the same distribution regardless of the value of the parameter p. In particular, the span of the support of these distributions should be the
School: UChicago
Course: Elements Of Economics Analysis
Problem Set 2: Suggested Solutions Econ 201, Winter 2014 Ippei Shibata January 23, 2014 1. Suppose a rm is a pricetaker and can sell the good it produces at p p price p. Suppose the rm has production function F (k, l) = 2 k + 2 l. (a) Derive the rms cost
School: UChicago
Course: Financial Accounting
Score: 1outof1points(100%) 1. awar d: 0.10outof 0.10points E25 Determining F inancial Statement Effects of Several T ransactions LO3 Nik e, Inc ., with headquarters in Beav erton, Oregon, is one of the worlds leading manufac turers of athletic s hoes an
School: UChicago
Course: Breakdowns: Representations Of Illness In Comics
Pro Fit Marietta Balance and Stabilization Sales Month Ending March 31 Quantity Sold Balance Pillow Slide Board Foam Roller Rebounder Stability Ball Balance Board Balance Pad Total Sales for All Products 9fa7c0d0baa045bf60f7b27863ac4146f110a68d.xlsx 275.0
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Spring 2012 Case 1: Acme United Corporation (Income Taxes and Pro Formas) Prof. L. Soffer The following exhibits appear after the case requirements: 1. Acme United
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Course: Financial Accoun
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 MidQuarter Exam Winter 2013 Professor: Pingyang Gao Print Name:_ Section you are registered for (check one): _ 02 (Fridays 1:30 4:30PM) _ 81 (Fridays 6:00 9:00PM) _ 85 (Saturdays
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Exxon vs. Shell: Understanding the effect of inventory valuation on Financial Statements Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Un
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Groupon: Constructing Projected Financial Statements Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the relation between key
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 245: Homework 2 due Jan 27 When solving the problems below as well as future homework problems, give detailed derivations and arguments in order to receive credit. In your solution do not forget to include your name and the homework number. Ple
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Waren Sports Supply Bank Reconciliation December 31, 2013. Undadjusted balnce 123113 Bank Statement $ 123,414.03 General Ledger $ 108,969.97 Add: Deposits in transit 12/24/2013 $ 9,000.00 12/24/2013 $ 9,165.00 Total $ 18,165.00 Deduct: Outstanding check
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Course: Financial Accounting
Initials: University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 Final Exam Spring 2009 Instructor: Regina WittenbergMoerman Please print and sign your name on this sheet, then detach this sheet and pass to the end of your row. Print
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Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2012 Problem Set 2: Suggested Answers Concepts in Environmental Economics Consider the example from The Problem of Social Cost by Ronald Coase of straying cattle which destroy crops growing on neighboring land. Under what circumstances wil
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Course: 12100
Wining the Game Marc Miskin October 24, 2009 1 Introduction In order to determine if my teams catcher can tag out the runner, we obviously need to know if the catcher will catch the ball before the runner reaches home. That is, is the time it takes the ba
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Netflix: Fundamentals of the Balance Sheet and Income Statement Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding fundamental f
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Course: Statistical Methods And Their Applications
STAT220 Problem Set 0 1.) Questions. What is the difference between summary(sqrt(x) and sqrt(summary(x)? Explain what order(x) and rank(x) produce. summary(sqrt(x) first takes the square root of the case and then gives a summary on this new case. Because
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Course: Econ 202
Problem Set 3 Due on April 28th April 21, 2014 Question 1: Intertemporal Consumption Choice1: Identical Agents Consider the twoperiod intertemporal consumption decision model that we discussed in class, where the households utility function is given by:
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Course: Introduction To Art
NOTICE CONCERNING COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS The copyright law of the United States [Title 17, United States Code] governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and a
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500 Homework 2 Solutions Date: April 18, 2013 1. We call the observations from the Microbiological Method and Hydroxylamine Method as (X1 , Y1 ), (X2 , Y2 ), . . . , (X15 , Y15 ). sD Var(X Y ) = Var(D1 ) . So sX Y = n and therefore we have X
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Course: Financial Accoun
Answer to Homework Assignment #1 The answer to this problem is largely openended. The problem is designed to get you think about the role of financial statements and the complexity of preparing financial statements. Several points are for your reference.
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Course: Natural History Of North American Deserts
Natural Hazards Homework 2 Question 1: a. 66.58 98 heat index b. 42.104 97 heat index c. 9.594 98 heat index d. 78.123 109 heat index The highest heat index was found in (d) Funafuti. Question 2: (10^13kg x 10,000^2m)/1 sec = (1e^2)/2 = 5e^20 There was 5e
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Course: Midterm Exam: Solutions
Answers to Selected Problems in Chapters 1 and 2 1. Problem Set 1.4.1 1 4)f (x) f (0) = x = x x. For f to satisfy a Lipschitz condition on an interval containing the origin would require that 1/ x L for some constant L on this interval, and that is not
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Course: Applied Regression Analysis
STAT 224 / HSTD 324 Problem Set 2 Fall 2014 Possible points 64. 1. [15 pts total] Exercise 3.3 Table 3.10 shows the scores in the nal examination F and the scores in the two preliminary examinations P1 and P2 for 22 students in a statistics course. The da
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Course: Introduction To Microeconomics
Introduction to Microeconomics Economics 19800 Allen R. Sanderson Spring 2010 THIRD HOUR EXAMINATION Name (Please Print): _ [45 Points Possible] Part I. Multiple Choice. Circle letter corresponding to your answer. One point each; 22 points total. 1. What
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (30116) Winter 2010 Midterm Exam Suggested Answers and Grading Notes Prof. L. Soffer Problem 1 a) $3,960,000/($3,960,000+$622,590,000)=0.6%. b) 6%. Constructive capitali
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Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
Kate Casaday Chemistry 111 Section 30 13 October 2010 Floating Eggs Introduction In this experiment the buoyancy of an egg in salt solution will be used to calculate its density. Two eggs will be tested: a fresh egg and a boiled egg. The density of each e
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Course: Empirical Analysis III
Final Exam Economics 312 Instructor: James J. Heckman June, 2007 1. (25 pts.) Consider the panel data model: Yit = Xit + Fi + Uit for i = 1, . . . , I persons, t = 1, . . . , T time periods (T 2). The Uit are iid, the Fi are iid, Xi = (Xi1 , . . . , XiT )
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Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2011 Problem Set 1: KEY Conservation Reconsidered Refer to the article Conservation Reconsidered by Krutilla for the following questions. Interpret the following statement in your own words and using examples: .there is likely to be an asy
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Case 1: Acme United Corporation Selected Computations Prof. L. Soffer The journal entry summarizing the 2008 activity in the first table in the tax footnote is: In
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500, Winter 2007 Solutions to Homework 3 1. (Cauchy distribution) P X c Y X X c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 ( X X and X Y ) Y Y X X =P c and Y > 0 + P c and Y < 0 Y Y X =P c where c is some constant
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Stat 245 HW1 Solutions 1. If (X np)/ np(1 p) is a pivotal, then for a xed sample size n, that random variable has the same distribution regardless of the value of the parameter p. In particular, the span of the support of these distributions should be the
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Spring 2012 Case 1: Acme United Corporation (Income Taxes and Pro Formas) Prof. L. Soffer The following exhibits appear after the case requirements: 1. Acme United
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 245: Homework 2 due Jan 27 When solving the problems below as well as future homework problems, give detailed derivations and arguments in order to receive credit. In your solution do not forget to include your name and the homework number. Ple
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Course: Environmental Economics
ECON 265 Winter 2012 Problem Set 2: Suggested Answers Concepts in Environmental Economics Consider the example from The Problem of Social Cost by Ronald Coase of straying cattle which destroy crops growing on neighboring land. Under what circumstances wil
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Course: 12100
Wining the Game Marc Miskin October 24, 2009 1 Introduction In order to determine if my teams catcher can tag out the runner, we obviously need to know if the catcher will catch the ball before the runner reaches home. That is, is the time it takes the ba
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Statistics 24500 Homework 2 Solutions Date: April 18, 2013 1. We call the observations from the Microbiological Method and Hydroxylamine Method as (X1 , Y1 ), (X2 , Y2 ), . . . , (X15 , Y15 ). sD Var(X Y ) = Var(D1 ) . So sX Y = n and therefore we have X
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Course: Introduction To Microeconomics
Introduction to Microeconomics Economics 19800 Allen R. Sanderson Spring 2010 THIRD HOUR EXAMINATION Name (Please Print): _ [45 Points Possible] Part I. Multiple Choice. Circle letter corresponding to your answer. One point each; 22 points total. 1. What
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (30116) Winter 2010 Midterm Exam Suggested Answers and Grading Notes Prof. L. Soffer Problem 1 a) $3,960,000/($3,960,000+$622,590,000)=0.6%. b) 6%. Constructive capitali
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Course: Philosophical Perspectives
Philosophical Perspectives December 5, 2009 A Complete Combination of Justice: Comparing the Oresteia and Republic As evidenced by many scenes throughout both the Oresteia and the Republic, both books understand justice very differently. The Oresteia focu
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Spring 2012 Case 5: Pension Accounting Honeywell, Inc. Prof. L. Soffer These items pertaining to Honeywell, Inc. appear after the requirements: 1. Balance sheet at
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Stat 23400 Winter 2013 HW #9 Due Friday March 15th at 1.30PM (box outside Ryerson 161A) No late assignments accepted after this time Staple your pages together in question order. Include your full name (no nicknames), section number (01, 02, or 03), and
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Stat 245 HW4 Solutions 1. (Problem 10, p. 506, 3rd Ed.) The margin of error obtained through the Tukey method is: sp meT ukey = qI,I (J 1) () , J while the uncorrected pooled twosample procedure yields me = sp tI (J 1) (/2) 1 1 + J J 1/2 = 2 sp t (/2) J
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Course: Financial Analysis I
Exam # _ Name:_ University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (30116) Winter 2010 Midterm Exam Prof. L. Soffer Instructions: This is a closed book exam except that you may have one page (doublesided) of notes. You
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Course: Corporate Fin
Rates of Return Measuring ExPost (Past) Returns One period investment: regardless of the length of the period. Holding period return (HPR): HPR = (PS+ CF PB)/PB where PS = Sale price (or P1) PB = Buy price ($you put up) (or P0) CF = Cash flow during hold
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Assignment 3 Stat 245, Winter 2010 Due on January 28, 2010 1. Let (X, Y ) follow a bivariate normal distribution with E[X ] = 5 and E[Y ] = 3, variances var[X ] = 9 and var[Y ] = 16, and correlation = 0.4. Find (a) the conditional expectation E[X Y = 8],
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Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
CH113 Exam III Review Petrucci Ch. 21 Chemistry of the MainGroup Elements I: Groups 1, 2, 13, and 14 21.1 Periodic Trends and Charge Density 1. Atomic properties responsible for the chemistry of an element: a. atomic radius (increase ,) Note: ionic radi
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Physics 143 Spring 2012 M. Oreglia Problem 1 A mass m slides in 1D with friction force my dxl/dt. Springs of constant k are attached to m on either side; the other ends of the springs are driven: xo(t) and xz(t). k __ k «WM mvvva/x. 1':sz xlm KPH: a)
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Course: Financial Accounting
University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 Midterm Exam Spring 2008 Instructor: Valeri Nikolaev Please print and sign your name to this sheet, then detach this sheet and pass to the end of your row. Print Name:_ Signatu
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Course: Statistic Theory/Method2
Course Outline for Statistics 24500 Statistical Theory and Methods II Spring 2013 Instructor: Michael Stein Required text: J. Rice, Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis , THIRD edition. The plan is to cover much of chapters 6, 10, 11, 12 and 14 of Ri
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Introduction to International Relations Political Science 290 & 398 Charles Lipson University of Chicago Syllabus, Autumn 2012 Course Time: 10:30 til 11:50Tuesday, Thursday Classroom: Social Sciences 122 Required books are listed on final page of syllabu
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Course: Introduction To Math Probability
STAT 251: Homework assignment 7. 1, Let X be a continuous random variable with density function fX (x) = Cx(1 x)10 x 1 for some C > 0. Let Y be uniform on [0, X ]. (a) Determine constant C such that fX is indeed a density function. (b) Find the joint dens
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Course: Financial Analysis I
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Accounting and Financial Analysis I (B30016) Spring 2012 Case 2: Southwest Airlines (Leasing) Prof. L. Soffer As an analyst at a credit rating agency, you have been asked to assess the financial leverage of S
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4. Consider an initial pressure of I2(g) of 0.100 atm in a 500 mL flask at 1000 K. With an equilibrium constant for dissociation of KP = 3.76 x 10 3 calculate the total pressure of the system at equilibrium I2(g) 2 I (g) ( ) = 3.76 x 103 I2(g) 2 I (g) I
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Course: Intro To Math Probability
Statistics 25100 Lecture 11 SOME MORE BASIC RULES FOR EXPECTATIONS Suppose X is a nonnegative (discrete) random variable. Then E (X ) = xP [X = x] 0 (1) values x of X with equality if and only if P [X = 0] = 1 . Suppose X and Y are random variables havi
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Course: Life In The Universe
PHSC12000: Problem Set 2 Solutions Ross Cawthon rcawthon@oddjob.uchicago.edu January 27th, 2014 1. Distance to Galaxy The relationship between apparent magnitude, m, absolute magnitude, M and the distance, d is given by the equation: m M = 5 Log10 d 5 (1)
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Course: Elements Of Economic Analysis3
ECON 202: Macroeconomics I Problem Set 2 Solutions Yuan Tian January 29, 2013 1 Intertemporal Consumption Choice 1. The intertemporal budget constraints are c1 + b1 y1 ; c2 y2 + b1 (1 + R). 2. Eliminate the b1 in (1), c1 + (1) c2 y2 = y1 + X. 1+R 1+R 3
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Course: Financial Accoun
University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 MidQuarter Exam Winter 2013 Professor: Pingyang Gao Print Name:_ Section you are registered for (check one): _ 02 (Fridays 1:30 4:30PM) _ 81 (Fridays 6:00 9:00PM) _ 85 (Saturdays
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Groupon: Constructing Projected Financial Statements Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the relation between key
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Course: Financial Accounting
Initials: University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting B30000 Final Exam Spring 2009 Instructor: Regina WittenbergMoerman Please print and sign your name on this sheet, then detach this sheet and pass to the end of your row. Print
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case Netflix: Fundamentals of the Balance Sheet and Income Statement Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding fundamental f
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Course: Introduction To Macroeconomics
Introduction to Macroeconomics Economics 19900 FOURTH HOUR / FINAL EXAMINATION Allen R. Sanderson Winter 2007 Name (Please Print): _ [41 Points Possible] Part I. Multiple Choice. Circle letter corresponding to your answer. One point each; 20 poin
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Course: Financial Accounting
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Financial Accounting 30000 SOLUTION Financial Statement Analysis Case BP: Accounting for the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Constructed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the impact of unforeseen even
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Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
Amwisr Ke/ Test I General Chemistry 111 Fa112010 Instructor: Prof. David Mazziotti Date: Friday, October 15, 2010 Come, Watson, came! The game is afoot. Sherlock Holmes in The Abbey Grange Please use back ofthe page if more space is necessary. There are
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Course: Introduction To Math Probability
STATISTICS 251 SECTION 2 (LALLEY) MIDTERM REVIEW EXERCISES Problem 1. Professor Ding has two coins, one fair, the other twoheaded. He chooses one of the coins at random and tosses it 3 times in succession. Given that he sees 3 consecutive Heads, what is
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Course: Financial Accounting
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Course: General Chemistry
Eliot Zapata; Lab partner: Samuel David Chemistry 111 Laura Watkins, Section 14 Lab Report 3: Gravimetric Analysis of Chloride in Solution Introduction The purpose of this experiment was to observe the copper cycle and learn about the type of reactions th
School: UChicago
Course: General Chemistry
Eliot Zapata; Lab partner: Samuel David Chemistry 111 Laura Watkins Section 14 Lab Report 3: Gravimetric Analysis of Chloride in Solution Introduction The purpose of this lab was to determine the chloride content of an unknown salt, MxCly, using gravimetr
School: UChicago
Course: General Chemistry
Eliot Zapata; Lab partner: Samuel David Chemistry 111 Laura Watkins Section 14 Lab Report 3: The Oxygen content of Air Introduction The purpose of this lab was to determine the percentage of oxygen by volume in air near the surface of Earth. This was done
School: UChicago
Course: General Chemistry
Eliot Zapata; Lab partner: Samuel David Chemistry 111 Laura Watkins Section 14 Lab Report 2: Avogadros number Introduction The purpose of this lab was to derive an experimental estimation of Avogadros number using a stearic acid solution. We did this by d
School: UChicago
Course: General Chemistry
Eliot Zapata; Lab partner: Samuel David Chemistry 111 Laura Watkins Section 14 Lab Report 1: Floating Eggs Introduction The purpose of this lab was to measure the density of two eggs, one boiled and one raw. The lab contained 4 parts: Observing the eggs;
School: UChicago
Course: Introduction To Black Chicago
Dilutions and colorimetry Purpose: 1. to prepare dilutions of a colored solution 2. to use colorimetry to measure absorbance of the dilutions 3. to observe Beers law: that absorbance is directly proportional to concentration of a colored solution. 4. to f
School: UChicago
Course: Comprehensive General Chemistry
Chemy Concentrator Chem 111 Section YYZ TA: Deity Chemicus Partner: Joe Student 10/8/97 Sample Lab Report  The Oxygen Content of Air Introduction In this experiment we measured the percent composition of oxygen in air. The measurements were made by inver
School: UChicago
Course: Core Biology
BIOS10130 Lab5:AntibioticResistanceofBacteria _ Resistance to Rifampicin in Bacteria Background Antibacterialdrugsareeffectivebecausetheyareselectivelytoxic,thatis,theykillbacteria (bacteriocidaldrugs)orinhibittheirgrowth(bacteriostaticdrugs)withoutbeingh
School: UChicago
Course: Core Biology
BIOS 10130 Lab 7: E. coli Transformation Lab DAY 1 Transformation of E. coli with Rainbow Fluorescent Plasmids Background Links : 1. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2008: Who Won It and Why http:/www.youtube.com/watch? v=90wpvSp4l_0 2. Cool Uses of Green Fl
We do not have enough information from this school to determine the average SAT range.
The average ACT score for students admitted to UChicago for the 20132014 academic year was 32.5.
At UChicago, 74% of students submitted an SAT score, but UChicago accepts both the SAT and ACT.
Secondary School Record  Secondary School GPA  Secondary School Rank  Letters of Recommendation  Admission Test Score  AP Credits 

Required  Recommended  Recommended  Required  Required  Yes 
The total cost for students attending UChicago, including tuition and room and board, is $56,718.
Financial aid options are available to students at UChicago. In 2013, 68 percent of firsttime students attending UChicago received some form of financial aid  student loans, grants or scholarships
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Any Student Financial Aid  956  68%     
Grant Aid  837  59%  $23,463,437  $28,033 
Student Loans  393  28%  $2,403,708  $6,116 
Type of Aid  No. Receiving Aid  % Receiving Aid  Total Aid Received  Average Aid Received 

Grant Aid  3,385  63%  $100,328,791  $29,639 
Student Loans  1,737  32%  $10,174,218  $5,857 
Year  Income: < 30K  Income: 30K  48K  Income: 48K  75K  Income: 75K  110K  Income: > 110K 

20112012  $13,267  $13,501  $17,079  $26,500  $39,555 
20102011  $10,228  $10,504  $16,315  $27,611  $43,193 
20092010  $10,099  $9,363  $13,521  $26,195  $42,424 
Highest Degree Offered  Continuing Professional Programs  Academic and Career Counseling Services  Employment Services for Students  Placement Services for Graduates  Study Abroad 

Doctoral  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes 

: 
0.433 MILLION PER STUDENT 
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 20122013
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