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Statistics is a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, presentation and interpretation of data. Broadly speaking, statistics provides a rig

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In ludington, michigan (43on 86ow) on a mild afternoon in march, the surface air temperature is 8oc. A vertical sounding of the atmosphere by balloon r

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Product(gdp): market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given period of time (measure of how much stuff we make) Yyyy ===

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Statistics: a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, presentation, and interpretation of data. Descriptive statistics: describe general cha

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Precipitation induced when moist air is forced to rise over a mountain barrier is known as. ____________. a) orographic precipitation b) supercooled pr

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This problem is based on the ricardian model. Gryffindor and slytherin, use troll labor to produce 2 goods, apples and candy. (a) use the information b

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Show all your calculations and explain all your answers. 1. (10 points) gryffindor produces 2 goods, magic potions (denoted by mp) and magic wands (den

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2. (10 points) gryffindor produces 2 goods, magic potions (denoted by mp) and magic wands (denoted by mw) using lemon grass (denoted by g) and troll la

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This question is based on the theory behind the use of export and production subsidies. Suppose home is a small country that exports corn. Under free t

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Home assignment #3: answer key: (8 points). 2 countries, gryffindor and slytherin, produce 2 goods, magic potions (denoted by. Assume that lemon grass

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Statistics is a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, presentation and interpretation of data. Broadly speaking, statistics provides a rig

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The median divides data into equal halves: odd number of observations: Median = middle observation in the ordered array: even number of observations: M

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When presenting data either in the form of tables of graphs, it is often desirable to first slit the data into groups/classes. How we split the data of

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## ECON 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scatter Plot, Categorical Variable

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Cross tabulations are tabular summaries for two variables. The other variable represented by column heads. Information for both variables entered in ta

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Dispersion measures: the variance (average (squared) deviation) Measures the typical squared deviation about the center of the data using the arithmeti

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Ask two people if interest rates are going up. Simple events: a1 = (y,y), a2 = (y,n), Two random event for which all basic outcomes not contained in on

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Lecture # 7- beginning of chapters 4 and 5. Gives rise to entire field of inferential statistics. Drawing a single card once: random event, definition:

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What is capital budgeting: the decision to implement a mutually exclusive alternate that requires an expenditure of current capital funds. In well a we

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## ECON 2B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Producer Price Index, Real Interest Rate

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## ECON 2B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mansfield, Cash Flow, Repeatability

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For investment alternatives, the pw of all cashflows must be positive at the marr to be attractive: select the alternative with the largest. For cost a

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## ECON 2B03 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Variance, Skewness, Interquartile Range

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## ECON 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frequency Distribution, Observational Error

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## ECON 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scatter Plot, Categorical Variable

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Cross tabulations are tabular summaries for two variables. The other variable represented by column heads. Information for both variables entered in ta

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When presenting data either in the form of tables of graphs, it is often desirable to first slit the data into groups/classes. How we split the data of

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## ECON 2B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Capital Budgeting, United States Treasury Security, Capital Market

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What is capital budgeting: the decision to implement a mutually exclusive alternate that requires an expenditure of current capital funds. In well a we

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Past estimation errors: when an assets book value (bv) is greater than its current market value (mv) the difference is called an estimation error, the

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