The link Exam 1 has details about the first
Homework #1 has the first homework due on April 23, 2003.
Click Run GRETL, print the web page, and follow the directions given. Do this right away and bring the output to class. I will start Chapter 4 on Monday, April 21, 2003, or at the latest on Wednesday. You would not understand class lectures without the output. You can run GRETL from Econ 100 lab too. If you have trouble running the program, have some one printout an extra copy (or xerox their output).
In the above Exam1 link, the section "what to study" has been revised to include more information. Check that out.
Answers to Homework #1.
The answer to question I in testbank CH3ANS1.pdf was wrong. The correct answer is in Spring 98 Exam1, Page 2. The problem has been corrected.
Graded homework #1 can be picked up Monday between 10 and 11:30 or Tuesday between 12:30 pm and 2pm, during Jim Mitchell's office hours. Because he graded the homework, all complaints should be addressed to him. YOU HAVE TILL 2PM TUESDAY, MAY 6 TO TAKE CARE OF COMPLAINTS. If you can't see Jim during his office hours sending him email about setting up an appointment.
Check out Answers to Exam #1.
Homework #2 is due by 12:10 pm on May 14, 2003.
The link Exam 2 has details about the second mid-term. Study old Winter and Spring 98 exams (all of them including finals that might contain Chapter 4-5 material).
For a thorough understanding of the methodologies, study the walk-through application sections 4.6, 4.7, and 5.4.
Recheck the link to old exams and homeworks (revised May 17).
Answers to Homework #2.
Winter 1998 final exam answers are now posted in the old exams link.