Nonparamet
ric Statistics
In previous testing, we assumed that our samples were drawn
from normally distributed populations.
This chapter introduces some techniques that do not make
that assumption.
These methods are called distribution-free or nonparamet
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0 =40, n=36,
x =42.4, =6, =0.05
We state the null and alternative hypotheses as follows:
H 0 : =40
H 1 : 40
We compute the test statistic as follows:
Z=
x
/n
Z=
42.440
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a)
In assessing the financial performance of this business, we will first look at the possible financial
ratios.
From the information given, the only possible financial ratio is the gross profit margi
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(a) Accounting standards are general guidelines which prescribe the basis for presentation of
financial statements by financial entities.
International Accounting Standard 1 prescribes t
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a) Items to consider
The amount required by the firm
Purpose for which capital is required
Repayment terms(e.g. repayment period, installments)
Interest charged by the lenders and fee structure of the
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Mahalia Case 2
1. What are the types of mutual funds that would be appropriate in meeting Mahalia`s
Objective?
Mahalia has short three-year time projection. She therefore needs very safe and liquid
investments. A money market mutual fund or a short-term h
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Financial accounting
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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2
Module 1-SLP
Below are the prepared income statement and a balance sheet after adjusting the errors
for Costa Company
COSTA COMPANY
INCOME STATEMENT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DEC 2014
$
Sales
add understated sales
net sales
less cost of goods sold
less understated clossing stock
gross profit
less expenses;
depreciation expenses
insurance
marketing
misc. expenses
property tax
Homework 5 Solutions
1. Ross 4.47 p. 193
a) The number of guilty votes is a binomial random variable with parameters n (the number
of judges) and p (the probability that a judge votes the defendant guilty; varies depending
on whether defendant is truly gu
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Action plan: Moving Weight Trucking
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Be a Financial Planner: Discussion case 2
1. The fact that Timur and Maurguerite are married, the law requires Timur to obtain (by
signature) Marguerite`s waiver of all futu
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Statistics in behavior sciences
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STATISTICS IN BEHAVIOR SCIENCES
Part A
1. Data from file named Ch.11 data set 2 is;
Chapter 11 Data Set 2
Gender
1
2
Mahalia has decided that she needs to invest her savings
somewhere else besides a bank account where she is only earning
1.25 percent annually. She has heard that money market mutual
funds and short-term bond funds may provide higher yields than
bank acco
Impact of media on public opinion
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Impact of media on public opinion
Introduction
Media is the channel through which information passes onto the public through
multimedia platforms. Most commonly used
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Research on IBIS and NIBIN
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Research on IBIS and NIBIN
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RESEARCH ON IBIS AND NIBIN
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Introduction
IBIS
The Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS) which is an organ of National
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Intermediate accounting stice
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INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING STICE
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Intermediate accounting stice
Asset-an asset can be defined to the property that accompan
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Technology
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TECHNOLOGY
1.
2
Explain data warehouses, data marts, and data centers.
Data are raw facts taking the form of numeric, alphabets and symbols. Data warehouses
a
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Retirement Planning
Questions
1. Do Bill and Molly qualify for any other tax-advantaged saving vehicles? If so, which ones?
To what extent?
2. Since Bill does not receive a company match,should he invest the maximum amount in his
Roth IRA annually o
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XEQ 205: ECONOMIC STATISTICS
II
LECTURE ONE: PROBABILITY
THEORY
FURTHER EXERCISES
September 2013
1
Question One
The following table gives a twoway classification of 200 randomly selected
purchases made at a depart
1. The following computations were made on Per capita personal consumption expenditure (PPCE) and
Per capita personal disposable income (PPDI) in the US for 15 years,1956-1970, in 1958 dollars.
PPCE Y , PPDI X 2 , Time X 3
n 15, Y 1942.333,
X
X
2i
2i
31,
GLM Questions.
1. The joint density of the random variables y ,y , ,y is
1 2
n
n
f y1 , y2 , , yn
i 1
1
e
2
yi xi 2
2 2
Find the maximum likelihood estimates of , and
2. Prove that:
n n
xi yi
n
n
S xy xi x yi y xi yi i 1 i 1
n
i 1
i 1
3. The sale
Introducing the General Linear
Model
Elias Obudho
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Linear Modeling Ii Description
Analysis of the general linear model: model building, model
selection and validation, variable selection; stepwise and best
subset regression
Introduction to response sur