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I. Briefly explain the meaning of R-squared. A time series ** analysis** of demand tends to result in a higher R-squared than one using cross-sectional data. Why do you think this is the case?
R-squared measures the goodness of fit of a

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diversity of a country, and gender equality scale affects the percentage of women in parliament. I would expect when controlling for political knowledge, the more equal in opportunity a country is, the more women there are in parliament. My *regression*** analysis** propounds my hypotheses. While there are some shortcomings to my research, for example, I would have liked to the use age as an independent variable but it was not available in the dataset. Furthermore, my dependent variable only measures women’s...

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Correlation coefficient with the market of -0.75
Beta coefficient of 0.5
It looks like security B is more risky because it has about the same as market return. Anything with positive beta has high risk compare to the one with negative beta. Stock ** analysis** use beta to measure stock risk. High
. A negative beta implies that security A would stabilize the returns on a portfolio since the returns on A are negatively correlated to the market.
The riskiness of a portfolio is determined by its beta value...

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Standard Error: loutput = .0174664, lplabor = .2910476, lpfuel = .1003692, lpkap = .3394286, constant = 1.774366
Sample size = 145
R2 = 0.9260
The co-efficient for log(Qi) = .7203941, is significant as if we omit the output variable when we run ** regression**, the R-squared decreases dramatically from 0.9260 to 0.0263. Which says that a large proportion of the dependant variable is explained by the output variable.
Question 4
If pi3 is poorly measured this will have an effect on the OLS estimate of...

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themselves against it. Using Sensitivity ** Analysis** to Measure Economic Exposure. One method of measuring an MNC’s economic exposure is to separately consider how sales and expense categories are affected by various exchange rate scenarios. Firm’s should forecast Revenues and Costs in response to alternative changes. firms with more (less) in foreign costs than in foreign revenue will be unfavorably (favorably) affected by a stronger foreign currency. Using

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3. FMECA Methodology
3.1 Failure mode effect & criticality ** analysis**
FMEA is called as FMECA (failure mode, effects and criticality

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consultancy services and offer top quality research based solutions to their clients' problems. They also provide full service market research process, from defining research objectives through ** analysis** and presentation of data. To achieve their goals they use research methodologies, advanced statistical

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10 0.4
Final Reading 10 18.9 9.3
Titre 9 8.9 8.9
Table 2 above displays the titres obtained during 3 trials in part B of this experiment.
The results procured in three trials shows an agreement within 0.1mL. No outliers are observed in this part.
** Analysis**
Part A
Determine the precise molarity (mol/L) of the iodine solution.
The moles of sodium thiosulphate can be determined using the average titre values and its concentration. When calculating the average titre values, the outliers are ignored because...

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ADMS 3510
Summer 2013
Managerial Cost Accounting and ** Analysis**
Lawrence Shum
ADMS3510@yahoo.ca ADMS3510@yahoo ca

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represent the intercept and the slope for the ** regression** of income on countries in year before trade liberalization (The baseline), respectively.is the initial income of the countries when year is equated as zero. measures the change in sigma ( given one unit change in year (t), holding all other factors constant.
Thus, for countries after trade liberalization (D=1) the model become
The coefficient () is the intercept for the

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