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CONTENT
1.COURSE STAFF.3
1.2.Communication with Staff.3
2.INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE.3
2.2.Teaching times and Locations. 3
2.4.Per
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2. A 12% Government bond with $100 face value pay interest twice yearly and matures in 5 years. The
current market yield on the
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CHAPTER 06
CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
A confidence interval is a range of numbers believed to include an unknown population
parameter. Associated with the interval is a measure of the confidence we have
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TERM PROJECT
OBJECTIVES
REQUIREMENTS AND
DUEDATE
To apply concepts and techniques in Probability &
Statistics into some real world problems.
To show capability in team working
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CHAPTER 6
CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
6.1.
A confidence interval is an interval of values believed to contain an unknown population
parameter. It has a given level of our belief, or confidence, that the interval contains the
unknown parameter.
6.2.
Once the samp
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THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS
STRUCTURE OF PAPER
PART I THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATION MEANS
METHOD 01
THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATION MEANS USING PAIRED-OBSERVATION
METHOD 02
THE COMPARI
89THE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
VNU-HCM
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
(BA117IU)
INTRODUCTION TO
MICROECONOMICS
COURSE GUIDELINE
2012
1
CONTENT
1.COURSE STAFF.3
1.2.Communication with Staff.3
2.INFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE.3
2.2.Teaching times and Locations. 3
2.4.Per
CHAPTER 8
THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS
8-2.
n = 40 D = 5 s D = 2.3
H0: D = 0 H1: D 0
50
t (39) =
= 13.75
2.3 / 40
Strongly reject H0. 95% C.I. for D 2.023(2.3/ 40 ) = [4.26, 5.74].
8-4.
n = 60 D = 0.2 s D = 1
H0: D 0 H1: D > 0
0.2 0
t (24) =
= 1.549.
Chapter 08 - The Comparison of Two Populations
CHAPTER 8
THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS
8-1.
n = 25 D = 19.08 s D = 30.67
H0: D = 0
H1: D 0
t (24) =
D D0
= 3.11
sD / n
Reject H0 at = 0.01.
Paired Difference Test
Evidence
Size
25
n
Average Difference 19
Solution
H0: People living in HCM city use soft drink through three ages categories and
three biggest brand names of soft drinks are independent.
H1: People living in HCM city use soft drink through three ages categories and
three biggest brand names of s
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Homelessness describes the condition of people without a regular dwelling. People who are
homeless are most often unable to acquire and maintain regular, safe, secure, and adequate
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INTRO
Starbucks Corporation opened the first store in Ho Chi Minh City. Starbucks hope to become a
new trend in the way how Vietnamese enjoy coffee. With the popular coffee brand, Starbucks
want their product will be received in Vietnam, simultaneously, S
Starbucks Corporation.
Good morning ladies and gentlemen.
Welcome to employment information meeting today.
My name is Nguyen Tan Phat. Im a human resources manager.
Nowadays, people are very busy. They have a little time free to relax. However, people alw
Recognize the position and importance of the consumption process
within the capitalist system
1.
What is Capitalist system?
Capitalist system (capitalism) is an economic system based on the private
ownership of capital goods and the means of production, w
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Random Variables
Discrete Random Variables (RV)
q
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q
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q
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3-1
Expectation
Variances
Some useful discrete RV
Continuous Random Variables
Some useful continuous RV
Summary and Review of Terms
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CHAPTER 8
THE COMPARISON OF TWO POPULATIONS
8-1.
n = 25 D = 19.08 s D = 30.67
H0: D = 0
H1: D 0
t (24) =
D D0
= 3.11
sD / n
Reject H0 at = 0.01.
Paired Difference Test
Evidence
Size
25
n
Average Difference 19.08 D
Assumption
Populations Normal
Stdev. of D
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ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE [ANOVA]
ANOVA is statistical method for determining the existence of differences among
several population means.
The required assumptions of ANOVA:
1. We assume ind
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
1-14.
First, order the data:
-1.2, 3.9, 8.3, 9, 9.5, 10, 11, 11.6, 12.5, 13, 14.8, 15.5, 16.2, 16.7, 18
The median, or 50th percentile, is the point in position 16(50/100) = 8. The point is 11.6.
First qua
CHAPTER 2
PROBABILITY
2-12.
2-14.
a) P(exploring the products) = 1790 / 2385 = 0.7505
b) P(purchase) = 387 / 2385 = 0.1623
c) P(purchase | explored the products) = 387 / 1790 = 0.2162
d) (a) approximately 75 percent of the visitors go beyond the homepage.
Chapter 04 - The Normal Distribution
CHAPTER 4
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
NOTE: A linear interpolation was used in the solution of most problems using the normal table. Thus
small discrepancies may be found when comparing the answers with solutions obtained
Chapter 05 - Sampling and Sampling Distributions
CHAPTER 5
SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
5.1.
Parameters are numerical measures of populations. Sample statistics are numerical measures of
samples. An estimator is a sample statistic used for estimati
Chapter 09 - Analysis of Variance
CHAPTER 9
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
H0:
H1:
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1 = 2 = 3 = 4
All 4 are different
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9-1.
3 equal; 1 different
2 equal; other 2 equal but different from first 2
2 equal; 2 different
9-2.
ANOVA assumptions:
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
NOTE: A linear interpolation was used in the solution of most problems using the normal table. Thus small discrepancies may be found when comparing the answers with solutions obtained without an interpolation. 4-1. P(1 < Z < 1) = 2