The BOP accounts summaries international transactions for a specific period, usually a
year, and are prepared in a single currency, typically the domestic currency for the
country concerned. The term "balance of payments" often refers to this sum: a count

The balance of payments, also known as balance of international payments and
abbreviated BOP, of a country is the record of all economic transactions between the
residents of the country and the rest of the world in a particular period (over a quarter of

Learning outcomes proposes that they are what a student is expected to be able to do as a
result of a learning activity. Learning outcomes allow a more accurate picture of the
learning experience, which is much more than simply measuring workload. Learnin

Purchasing power parity (PPP) is a theory of exchange rate determination and a way to
compare the average costs of goods and services between countries. The theory assumes
that the actions of importers and exporters, motivated by cross country price diffe

Covered interest parity refers to a theoretical condition in which the relationship between
interest rates and the spot and forward currency values of two countries are in
equilibrium. Additionally, the covered interest rate parity refers to the situation

Learning outcomes proposes that they are what a student is expected to be able to do as a
result of a learning activity. Learning outcomes allow a more accurate picture of the
learning experience which is much more than simply measuring workloads. Learnin

Discussion Question 1 - (CLOs covered : 1, 2_)
Go to page 113 of the textbook and complete exercise 20. Be sure to follow the
instructions shown just above exercise 19.
Discussion Question 2 - (CLOs covered : 1, 2_)
Go to page 145 of the textbook and comp

Exercise 12:
Solution:
Two or more occasions are said to be fundamentally exclusive, if the event of one
occasion blocks the event of other occasions (Downing & Clark, 2010). Similarly in the
given events X and Y are mutually exclusive.
Given:
P(X) = 0.5

Discussion Question 1 - (CLOs covered : 1, 2_)
Please define each of the following concepts and provide one example of each concept:
descriptive and inferential statistics, a sample and a population, qualitative and
quantitative variables, and finally, di

Q. no. 14
Solution:
Lowest no: 18
Highest no: 84
Width of class: (84-18)/7 =9.4285 ~ 10.
Hence from the calculation above it is concluded that 10 is the most favorable interval.
Therefore 10 is the class interval for data use.
a. We can see from the above

Running head: PEOFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENT- II
Professional Assignment- II
Diksha Shrestha
BUS 621: Entrepreneurial Finance
12 September, 2016
Dr. Som Pd. Pudasaini
1
The quantity which value tends to fluctuate is referred as a variable. It is known as a conti

Descriptive and inferential statistics
Descriptive statistics is the term given to the analysis of data that helps describe, show or
summarize data in a meaningful way such that patterns might emerge from the data. For
example, if we had the results of 10

Solution;
Here first we should arrange the given data in ascending order, in order to calculate the
median;
$486, $516, $523, $523, $529, $534, $538, $546, $548, $551, $552, $558, $566, $574,
$586
Calculation of mean:
Mean= X/n = 542
Calculation of median