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i need to do study guid for managerial economics based on the following:
chapter 5
the identification problem  what it is
how do we estimate demand/create a demand equation? recall the inclass project we did on this related to college enrollment, what variables to select, what are the expected signs of the coefficients, where might the date be located, (you will receive a question like the one we did in class on a smaller scale though)
marketing research  consumer surveys, consumer clinics, market experiments, virtual shopping and management,  what are they, how are they used,
regression analysis  what is it
what are degrees of freedom  why we use them, how we use them with tvalues and fvalues, what is n and k? how do we find them?
t tests: know how to set up the ho: and ha:, how to use the ttable, how to compare the tstat/table values to the tgenerated values, when you accept or reject ho:, and when you accept the ha:
ftests  know how to set up the ho: and ha:, how to use the ftable, how to compare the fstat/table values to the fgenerated values, when you accept or reject ho:, and when you accept the ha, how to calculate the fvalue
the coefficient of determination (the rsquared)  what it is, why it is used, how we calculate the adjusted rsquared.
problems with regression analysis  multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity,autocorrelation ,  be able to define each problem, how we would recognize them and how to correct them.
dummy variable  what it is, how/why it is used.
problem # 10 on page 214 (we did this in class): be able to explain what each coefficient means (what impact it has on qt), what are the expected signs on each of the coefficients, run ttest on each coefficient, calculate the fvalue and run the ftest, calculate the adjusted rsquared  you will get a question very similar to this on the exam, and be asked to do everything listed here.
chapter 6
what is the delphi method and how is it used?
how valuable is experience in forecasting?
forecasting using a linear trend  we did this in class on mon 11/16 (see formula 62 on page 227)  know to run run ttests, ftests, calculate fvalue and adjusted rsquared, be able to forecast into the future using the linear trend, you will get a question very similar to this on the exam, and be asked to do everything listed here
forecasting using a growth trend  we did this in class on weds 11/18  see equation 66, be able to forecast into the future using this trend, (you will get a question on this on exam), and how to use a season variation,
what is a moving average  how and why is it used?
barometric forecasting  leading economic indicators, cincident indicators, lagging indicators  what are they , why are they used,
chapter 5
the identification problem  what it is
how do we estimate demand/create a demand equation? recall the inclass project we did on this related to college enrollment, what variables to select, what are the expected signs of the coefficients, where might the date be located, (you will receive a question like the one we did in class on a smaller scale though)
marketing research  consumer surveys, consumer clinics, market experiments, virtual shopping and management,  what are they, how are they used,
regression analysis  what is it
what are degrees of freedom  why we use them, how we use them with tvalues and fvalues, what is n and k? how do we find them?
t tests: know how to set up the ho: and ha:, how to use the ttable, how to compare the tstat/table values to the tgenerated values, when you accept or reject ho:, and when you accept the ha:
ftests  know how to set up the ho: and ha:, how to use the ftable, how to compare the fstat/table values to the fgenerated values, when you accept or reject ho:, and when you accept the ha, how to calculate the fvalue
the coefficient of determination (the rsquared)  what it is, why it is used, how we calculate the adjusted rsquared.
problems with regression analysis  multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity,autocorrelation ,  be able to define each problem, how we would recognize them and how to correct them.
dummy variable  what it is, how/why it is used.
problem # 10 on page 214 (we did this in class): be able to explain what each coefficient means (what impact it has on qt), what are the expected signs on each of the coefficients, run ttest on each coefficient, calculate the fvalue and run the ftest, calculate the adjusted rsquared  you will get a question very similar to this on the exam, and be asked to do everything listed here.
chapter 6
what is the delphi method and how is it used?
how valuable is experience in forecasting?
forecasting using a linear trend  we did this in class on mon 11/16 (see formula 62 on page 227)  know to run run ttests, ftests, calculate fvalue and adjusted rsquared, be able to forecast into the future using the linear trend, you will get a question very similar to this on the exam, and be asked to do everything listed here
forecasting using a growth trend  we did this in class on weds 11/18  see equation 66, be able to forecast into the future using this trend, (you will get a question on this on exam), and how to use a season variation,
what is a moving average  how and why is it used?
barometric forecasting  leading economic indicators, cincident indicators, lagging indicators  what are they , why are they used,
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