SMMD: Term I 2013 Homework Assignment 5 (Due: Saturday, May 25th, 5.00 p.m.)

Instructions 1. This is an individual assignment and will account for 3% of the course grade. 2. It requires the Apple.jmp dataset which is available on the course website alongside this homework. Please note that you may not need all of the data available in the file. 3. Please perform the required data analysis using JMP and turn in a brief report of no more than 3 pages (sides). No separate JMP files or appendices should be provided. Please copy and paste any relevant JMP output into the document itself. 4. Please remember to include your name, section number and ID at the top of the assignment. 5. The homework submissions will not be graded for correctness, but rather for effort. The scoring will be binary – you will get full credit if your effort is deemed satisfactory, otherwise you will get no credit. No credit will be given for late submissions. A timely submission that responds to all questions and shows your thinking will be considered satisfactory whether or not your solution is correct. 6. Honor code category 1 applies. This implies that you can refer to any resource within and outside of the course material only with appropriate citations. You can also discuss with other students but the submitted write-up should be entirely your own work. Significant overlaps with other submissions maybe considered as possible instances of violation of the honor code. 7. The solution for the homework assignment will be made available to you after the due date. 8. Have fun.

The given data tracks the monthly performance of the Apple Computer stock since its inception in 1980 through the end of 2005. The data include 300 monthly returns on Apple, the returns on IBM, as well as returns on the entire stock market, Treasury Bills (short-term, 30-day loans to the government), and inflation. The column Market Return is the return on a value-weighted portfolio that purchases stock in...

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OUA Study Period 4 (SP4), 2013
Computer Assignment
(Worth 15% of the overall assessment for the unit)
Due date: 5pm (QLD time) on Sunday 26, January 2014 (Week 9)
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True/False (two points each)
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Spring 2001
Answers to Midterm Test No. 1
1. Consider a regression model of relating Y (the dependent variable) to X (the independent
variable) Yi = (0 + (1Xi+ (i where (i is the stochastic or error term. Suppose that the
estimated regression equation is stated as Yi = (0 + (1Xi and ei is the residual error term.
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ei is the...

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Assignment 1
Statistical Methods II
[Type the author name]
Assignment I
1. A. Degrees of Freedom: the extra observations after the minimum amount of coefficients haven been accounted for.
B. Estimated Regression Equation:
C. Six Steps in Applied Regression Analysis:
1. Review the given literature and develop theoretical method
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Assignment #3
Quinten Alexander Borsboom
Student ID: MEW2014559041
(1) Use single-variable regression to estimate the relationship between US disposable income and per capita nondurable consumption;
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Please submit the following to Cathy at labric@yorku.ca, no later than 11:30 on the day the assignment is due:
A pdf copy of your write up (and appendices as necessary).
A copy of the SAS script you used to complete your analyses.
A pdf copy of the output from your SAS procedures. You may direct your SAS output to a pdf as
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ods pdf file=’full system name of the output pdf file’;
run;
your sas code;
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run;
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