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Let the components of the vector x = [x1, xd]T he binary-valued (0 or 1), with d odd, and pit=P(xi=11w1)=p>1/2 i= Pi2 = P(xi = 11w2) = 1 P i= (4) and P(w1) = P(w2) = 1/2. Suppose that xi’s are independent. Show that the minimum-error-rate decision rule becomes Decide col if E xi > d/2 and (4)2 otherwise. (5) Screen-Shot-2….png
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On a piece of graph paper, construct a consumption function from the data given here and determine the MPC. In which direction will the consumption function shift if the price level rises? Show this on your graph from the previous question.
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Various important data pertaining to an economy are published with lags. For example, quarterly GDP growth is usually published one month after the end of the relevant quarter. Are such lags relevant for the identification of the various phases of the business cycle? Briefly explain.
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How would you conduct research on the community and school district? 1. What are elements of a career plan? 2. What are the advantages of having a career plan? 3. Why do many educators fail to engage in career planning? 4. If you are an applicant for a superintendent vacancy, should you contact school board members directly? Why or why not?
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What is the difference between a nominal variable and a real variable? During a period of deflation, which is likely to increase faster: nominal average hourly earnings or real average hourly earnings? Briefly explain. Suppose that you need to calculate the percentage increase in real GDP in a certain country between year t-10 and year t-6. Use the data contained in the following table and […]
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Although this text focuses exclusively on theories as they pertain to personality, many of the same principles of evaluation and assessment hold true for all theories. Look at the Thinking Critically box Evaluating Personality Theories, and use the assessment list provided there to evaluate your theory How is your theory measuring up? Is it more a philosophy or a scientific statement? Is there any tweaking […]
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Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Unit 3: Securing Capital from the course textbookEntrepreneurship: Starting and Operating a Small Business. Frame your reading with the view that obtaining financing for a new business depends on a mix of personal and business factors. For example, people uncomfortable with debt are likely to prefer equity financing rather than debt financing. Of course, personal preferences […]
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What is a life estate? 1. What limitations does a life tenant have on her ability to use the property subject to a life estate? 2. Provide an example of a clause that would create a life estate. 3. What is a remainderman? 4. What is dower and curtesy? 5. What is the historical basis for the creation of life estates?
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What is the key idea in the aggregate expenditure macroeconomic model? What are inventories? What usually happens to inventories at the beginning of a recession? At the beginning of an expansion? Which of the following does the aggregate expenditure model seek to explain: long-run economic growth, the business cycle, inflation, or cyclical unemployment?
In June 2014, the nominal interest rate on a one-year Treasury bill was 0.10 percent. From June 2014 to June 2015, the consumer price index rose from 237.3 to 237.8. If you bought the one-year Treasury bill in May 2014, calculate the real interest rate you earned over the following 12-month period. Given the results of your calculation, why were investors willing to buy Treasury […]