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School of Economic Sciences Ron Mittelhammer

EconS 510 – Statistics For Economists

Fall 2014


For the student to become familiar with, understand, and apply probability and mathematical statistics concepts underlying the techniques of statistical inference on which statistical and econometric analyses of economic data are based.

AssignmentsTake Home QuizzesKeys
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Homework 3HW #3ans_key_3
Homework 4HW #4ans_key_4
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Homework 6HW #6
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Final 2011 Exam 2011 Exam
Midterm 2011 ExamMidTerm 2011

Conditional Probability

Disability Statement

Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability. If you have a disability and may need accommodations to fully participate in this class, please visit the Disability Resource Center (DRC). All accommodations MUST be approved through the DRC (Washington Building, Room 217). Please stop by or call 509-335-3417 to make an appointment with a disability specialist

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Distance Degree Program (DDP/DRC) Statement:

Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability. DDP and the Disability Resource Center (DRC) work together to provide reasonable accommodations to students who have documented disabilities and who are registered both with DDP and the DRC. DDP’s liaison to the DRC will assist you in getting started. To begin this process, contact DDP (800-222-4978 or <a href=””). We strongly recommend that you notify us as soon as possible. All accommodations must be approved through the Disability Resource Center (DRC) (509-335-3417


Ron Mittelhammer
Hulbert Hall
By appointment only
Class Time and Place

T,Th 7:45 a.m.
Hulbert 27

Miaoru Liu