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...rate will not increase, and the bonds of the country will be significantly appealing (LATHAM & PROWLE, 2012). Lorraine: I agree with you that my approach has some drawbacks. However, the drawbacks of your approach are much more serious. Your approach will not solve the **problem** of employment; rather, it will cause more unemployment. b. Large Debt and Deficit Lorraine: The Keynesian approach is best suited to reduce large debt and deficit. Since the government has instigated spending in the economy, it is projected that income will increase. Additionally, instigating expenditure will attract investors, thus increasing income. This increase in income will be used to reduce the deficit after the recession. This is hinged on...

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...**PROBLEM** **SET** WEEK INSTRUCTIONS: For each of the questions there is only one choice. Click in the check box to register the best answer. When complete, post this document to your Individual Forum by Day 7.
Four histograms are displayed below. For each item, match the description to the appropriate histogram
Histogram 1
Histogram 2
Histogram 3
Histogram 4
1. A distribution for a **set** of quiz scores where the quiz was very easy is represented by:
A. Histogram I
B. Histogram 2
C. Histogram 3
D. Histogram 4
The next three questions refer to the following situation: A drug company developed a new formula for their headache medication. To test the effectiveness of...

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...distribution of these two countries cannot be made. However Gini coefficient is a definite value between 0 and 1. If the Gini coefficient of country-one is greater than country- two it can be concluded that country two has comparatively a better income distribution compared to the country-1.
3. Question A-2:
True.
Poverty headcount ratio indicates the percentage proportion of population which is below the poverty line **set** by the central bank. With increasing value of the denominator Po value of this equation can decline. Example: country’s poverty can increase at a lower rate compared to the total population growth while decreasing Po. Here the headcount of poor increase while the Po value decrease.
4. Question A-3:...

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...MODULES 7, 8, 10, AND 11 – **PROBLEM** **SET** Complete **problem** 2 on page 94. 2.What percentage of people have IQs below 70? Above 130? Are the percentages the same?
Figure 7.4
Normal Curve Showing Means and Standard Deviations for a Variety of Common Scores:
P(IQ < 70) = P(z < -2) = 0.0228 or 2.28%
P(IQ > 130) = P(z > 2) = 1 – P(z < -2) = 1 – 0.9772 = 0.0228 or 2.28%
About 2.28% of people have IQs below 70. About 2.28% of people have IQs above 130. Yes, the percentages are the same.
Complete **problem** 10 on page 101.
10.The mean human gestation period is 266 days. Actual time to delivery is approximately normally distributed with a standard deviation of about 12 days. Marcelle...

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...**PROBLEM** **SET** of Chapter 2 Question 5 pg 57 Chapter 5 Q18 pg 190 In the case of this sentence, and in relationshipto the Grice’s Maxim’s, there was a combined lack of maxim of maxim of relation and maxim of manner. It is just strange and a bit humorous that a question requiring explanation for the presence of the biscuits to be answered by ‘they are just lying there’. This is a form of ambiguity and unnecessary prolixity. Such an answer was irrelevant, lacked order and was ludicrous. The humour comes to the idea of the biscuits being in the wrong place without explanation.
The second issue is equally far from the expected. By co-operative principle, this answer was not informative and was clearly out of...

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...1. What is the independent variable in this study? What are the dependent variables? Each variable has some missing data. 2. Describe how many are missing on each variable?
When considering what to do about the missing values on each variable, consider if you really can guess what agency a person came from. Next, for the continuous variables,
3. What percentage of values are missing (if more than 5% are missing, what might this mean?); (2) is there a pattern to the missing scores?
4. Include information from the Output file of your SPSS Explore analyses to provide specific number and % of missing values on each of the dependent variables.
5. Based on this, what recommendation would you make for what to do about the missing... What is...

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... Topic: MACRO ECONOMIC **PROBLEM** **SET** Q1) Gross domestic product (GDP) is a flow. The measurement of a flow is after everyone year, which represents the total value of transactions during an accounting period and so is gross domestic product.
Q2) Various components will affect the gross domestic product. Examples of such include; payment of tuition as it will add on the GDP as payment for a service. Payment of a teen to mow lawn will also affect the GDP, as it is a service offered. Spending of the pharmaceutical companies in search of Ebola vaccine will also add affect the GDP, as it is a new service offered hence will contribute to the GDP. The government hiring more police officers will bring a new service in the industry... Topic: MACRO...

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... Assignment 3 CHAPTER 9: ECONOMIC GROWTH, TECHNOLOGY, EMPIRICS, AND POLICY Suppose an economy described by the Solow model has the production function Y=K1/2(LE)1/2.
a. For this economy, find an expression for output per effective worker, y = f(k).
y=f(k)=k1/2
k is the output per effective worker, we ignore labor.
b. Use your answer to part (a) to solve for the steady-state value of y as a function of s, n, g, and δ.
sk1/2=(δ+n+g)k
k=s/(δ+n+g)
Putting this to the production function we get;
y= s/(δ+n+g)
c. Two neighboring economies, Atlantis and Xanadu, have the same above production
function, but different population growth rates and different savings rates. Atlantis has a
saving rate of 28% and a population growth of 1% per... Assignment 3 ...

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...Sur **Problem** **set** Question a) Unemployment Rate = Unemployed Employed + Unemployed Where, Labour force = Unemployed + employed
Thus, Unemployment rate = 12,332/(12,332 +143,322) * 100= (12,332/155654) * 100
= 7.923%
Labour Force Participation Rate =
Labour Force
Working Age non-institutionalized Population
= 155654/244,663 * 100
= 63.62%
Employment Rate =
Employed
Labour force
= 143,322/155654 * 100
= 92.08%
b) Unemployment rate ignores two categories as follows:
i. It does not...

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