# Econometrics with SW2

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Introduction!to!Econometrics!(3rd!Updated!Edition)!
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2.1. (a) Probability distribution function for Y
Y=0
Probability
0.25
(b) Cumulative probability distribution function for Y
Outcome (number of
Y −1.96 and 0.39
< −1.96. Solving these inequalities yields n ≥ 0.24/n 0.24/n 9220. ! ©2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Downloaded by Jimmie Concetta (jimmieconcettahgos07@gmail.com) lOMoARcPSD|11352339 Stock/Watson - Introduction to Econometrics - 3rd Updated Edition - Answers to Exercises: Chapter 2 19 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.18. Pr (Y = \$0) = 0.95, Pr (Y = \$20000) = 0.05. (a) The mean of Y is µY = 0 × Pr (Y = \$0) + 20,000 × Pr (Y = \$20000) = \$1000. The variance of Y is σ Y2 = E ⎢⎢ (Y − µY ) ⎥⎥ ⎡ 2⎤ ⎣ ⎦ = (0 − 1000) × Pr (Y = 0 ) + (20000 − 1000)2 × Pr (Y = 20000) 2 = (−1000)2 × 0.95 + 190002 × 0.05 = 1.9 ×107, 1 so the standard deviation of Y is σ Y = (1.9 ×107 ) 2 = \$4359. 2 ×10 (b) (i) E (Y ) = µY = \$1000, σ Y2 = σnY = 1.9100 = 1.9 ×105. 7 (ii) Using the central limit theorem, Pr (Y > 2000) = 1 − Pr (Y ≤ 2000)
⎛ Y − 1000 2, 000 − 1, 000 ⎞
= 1 − Pr ⎜

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1.9 ×105 ⎠
⎝ 1.9 ×10
≈ 1 − Φ (2.2942) = 1 − 0.9891 = 0.0109.
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2.19. (a)
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Pr (Y = y j ) = ∑ Pr ( X = xi , Y = y j )
i =1
l
= ∑ Pr (Y = y j | X = xi )Pr ( X = xi )
i =1
(b)
k
k
l
j =1
j =1
i =1
E (Y ) = ∑ y j Pr (Y = y j ) = ∑ y j ∑ Pr (Y = y j |X = xi ) Pr ( X = xi )
⎛ k

i =1 ⎝⎜ j =1

l
=∑ ∑ yj Pr (Y = y j |X = xi ) ⎟ Pr ( X = xi )
⎟⎟

l
=∑ E (Y | X = xi )Pr ( X = xi ).
i =1
(c) When X and Y are independent,
Pr (X = xi , Y = yj ) = Pr (X = xi )Pr (Y = y j ),
so
σ XY = E[( X − µ X )(Y − µY )]
l
k
=∑ ∑ ( xi −µ X )( y j −µY ) Pr ( X = xi , Y = y j )
i =1 j =1
l
k
=∑ ∑( xi −µ X )( y j −µY ) Pr ( X = xi ) Pr (Y = y j )
i =1 j =1

⎛ l
⎞⎛ k
= ⎜ ∑ ( xi − µ X ) Pr ( X = xi ) ⎟ ⎜ ∑ ( yj − µY ) Pr (Y = yj ⎟
⎝ i =1
⎠ ⎝ j =1

= E ( X − µ X ) E (Y − µY ) = 0 × 0 = 0,
cor (X , Y ) =
!
σ XY
0
=
= 0.
σ XσY σ XσY
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m
2.20. (a) Pr (Y = yi ) = ∑∑ Pr (Y = yi | X = xj , Z = zh ) Pr (X = xj , Z = zh )
j =1 h =1
(b)
k
E (Y ) = ∑ yi Pr (Y = yi ) Pr (Y = yi )
i =1
k
l
m
i =1
j =1 h =1
= ∑ yi ∑∑ Pr (Y = yi | X = xj , Z = zh ) Pr (X = xj , Z = zh )
l
m
⎡ k

= ∑∑ ⎢ ∑ yi Pr (Y = yi | X = xj , Z = zh ) ⎥ Pr (X = xj , Z = zh )
j =1 h =1 ⎣ i =1

l
m
= ∑∑ E (Y | X = xj , Z = zh ) Pr (X = xj , Z = zh )
j =1 h =1
where the first line in the definition of the mean, the second uses (a), the third is a
rearrangement, and the final line uses the definition of the conditional
expectation.
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2. 21.
(a)
E ( X − µ )3 = E[( X − µ )2 ( X − µ )] = E[ X 3 − 2 X 2 µ + X µ 2 − X 2 µ + 2 X µ 2 − µ 3 ]
= E ( X 3 ) − 3E ( X 2 ) µ + 3E ( X ) µ 2 − µ 3 = E ( X 3 ) − 3E ( X 2 ) E ( X ) + 3E ( X )[ E ( X )]2 − [ E ( X
= E ( X 3 ) − 3E ( X 2 ) E ( X ) + 2 E ( X ) 3
(b)
E ( X − µ )4 = E[( X 3 − 3 X 2 µ + 3 X µ 2 − µ 3 )( X − µ )]
= E[ X 4 − 3 X 3 µ + 3 X 2 µ 2 − X µ 3 − X 3 µ + 3 X 2 µ 2 − 3 X µ 3 + µ 4 ]
= E ( X 4 ) − 4E ( X 3 ) E ( X ) + 6E( X 2 ) E ( X )2 − 4E( X ) E( X )3 + E( X ) 4
= E ( X 4 ) − 4[ E ( X )][ E ( X 3 )] + 6[ E ( X )]2[ E ( X 2 )] − 3[ E ( X )]4
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2. 22. The mean and variance of R are given by
µ = w × 0.08 + (1 − w) × 0.05
σ 2 = w2 × 0.072 + (1 − w)2 × 0.042 + 2 × w × (1 − w) × [0.07 × 0.04 × 0.25]
where 0.07 × 0.04 × 0.25 = Cov ( Rs , Rb ) follows from the definition of the correlation
between Rs and Rb.
(a) µ = 0.065; σ = 0.044
(b) µ = 0.0725; σ = 0.056
(c) w = 1 maximizes µ ; σ = 0.07 for this value of w.
(d) The derivative of σ2 with respect to w is
dσ 2
= 2w × .072 − 2(1 − w) × 0.042 + (2 − 4w) × [0.07 × 0.04 × 0.25]
dw
= 0.0102w − 0.0018
Solving for w yields w = 18 /102 = 0.18. (Notice that the second derivative is
positive, so that this is the global minimum.) With w = 0.18, σ R = .038.
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2. 23. X and Z are two independently distributed standard normal random variables, so
µ X = µZ = 0, σ X2 = σ Z2 = 1, σ XZ = 0.
(a) Because of the independence between X and Z , Pr ( Z = z| X = x) = Pr ( Z = z ),
and E ( Z |X ) = E ( Z ) = 0. Thus
E (Y| X ) = E ( X 2 + Z| X ) = E ( X 2| X ) + E (Z |X ) = X 2 + 0 = X 2 .
(b) E ( X 2 ) = σ X2 + µ X2 = 1, and µY = E ( X 2 + Z ) = E ( X 2 ) + µ Z = 1 + 0 = 1.
(c) E ( XY ) = E ( X 3 + ZX ) = E ( X 3 ) + E (ZX ). Using the fact that the odd moments of
a standard normal random variable are all zero, we have E ( X 3 ) = 0. Using the
independence between X and Z , we have E ( ZX ) = µZ µ X = 0. Thus
E ( XY ) = E ( X 3 ) + E (ZX ) = 0.
(d)
cov (XY ) = E[( X − µ X )(Y − µY )] = E[( X − 0)(Y − 1)]
= E ( XY − X ) = E ( XY ) − E ( X )
= 0 − 0 = 0.
corr (X , Y ) =
!
σ XY
0
=
= 0.
σ XσY σ XσY
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2.24. (a) E (Yi 2 ) = σ 2 + µ 2 = σ 2 and the result follows directly.
(b) (Yi/σ) is distributed i.i.d. N(0,1), W = ∑i =1 (Yi /σ )2 , and the result follows from the
n
definition of a χ n2 random variable.
n
n
Y2
Y2
(c) E (W ) = E ∑ i 2 = ∑ E i 2 = n.
i =1
σ
i =1
σ
(d) Write
V=
Y1
∑in=2 Yi2
n −1
=
Y1 /σ
∑in=2 (Y /σ )2
n −1
which follows from dividing the numerator and denominator by σ. Y1/σ ~ N(0,1),
n
n
∑i=2 (Yi /σ )2 ~ χ n2−1 , and Y1/σ and ∑i=2 (Yi /σ )2 are independent. The result then
follows from the definition of the t distribution.
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n
n
i =1
i =1
2.25. (a) ∑ axi = (ax1 + ax2 + ax3 + L + axn ) = a ( x1 + x2 + x3 + L + xn ) = a ∑ xi
(b)
n
∑ (x + y ) = (x + y + x + y +L x + y )
i =1
i
i
1
1
2
2
n
n
= ( x1 + x2 + L xn ) + ( y1 + y2 + L yn )
n
n
i =1
i =1
= ∑ xi + ∑ yi
n
(c) ∑ a = (a + a + a + L + a ) = na
i =1
(d)
n
n
i =1
i =1
∑ (a + bxi + cyi )2 = ∑ (a 2 + b2 xi2 + c 2 yi2 + 2abxi + 2acyi + 2bcxi yi )
n
n
n
n
n
i =1
i =1
i =1
i =1
i =1
= na 2 + b 2 ∑ xi2 + c 2 ∑ yi2 + 2ab∑ xi + 2ac ∑ yi + 2bc ∑ xi yi
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2.26. (a) corr(Yi,Yj) =
cov(Yi , Y j )
σY σY
i
=
cov(Yi , Y j )
σ Yσ Y
j
=
cov(Yi , Y j )
σ Y2
= ρ , where the first equality
uses the definition of correlation, the second uses the fact that Yi and Yj have the same
variance (and standard deviation), the third equality uses the definition of standard
deviation, and the fourth uses the correlation given in the problem. Solving for
cov(Yi, Yj) from the last equality gives the desired result.
1
1
1
1
(b) Y = Y1 + Y2 , so that E( Y ) = E (Y )1 + E (Y2 ) = µY
2
2
2
2
var( Y ) =
(c) Y =
σ 2 ρσ Y2
1
1
2
var(Y1 ) + var(Y2 ) + cov(Y1 , Y2 ) = Y +
4
4
4
2
2
1 n
1 n
1 n
Y
E
Y
E
Y
µY = µY
(
)
=
(
)
=
,
so
that
∑i
∑ i n∑
n i =1
n i =1
i =1
⎛1 n ⎞
var(Y ) = var ⎜ ∑ Yi ⎟
⎝ n i =1 ⎠
1 n
2 n −1 n
= 2 ∑ var(Yi ) + 2 ∑ ∑ cov(Yi , Y j )
n i =1
n i =1 j =i +1
=
1 n 2 2 n −1 n
σ + 2 ∑ ∑ ρσ Y2
2 ∑ Y
n i =1
n i =1 j =i +1
σ Y2
n(n − 1)
ρσ Y2
2
n
n
2
σ ⎛ 1⎞
= Y + ⎜1 − ⎟ ρσ Y2
n ⎝ n⎠
=
+
n −1
n
where the fourth line uses ∑ ∑ a = a(1 + 2 + 3 + L + n − 1) =
i =1 j =i +1
an(n − 1)
for any
2
variable a.
(d) When n is large
!
σ Y2
n
≈ 0 and
1
≈ 0 , and the result follows from (c).
n
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2.27
(a) E(W) = E[E(W|Z) ] = E[E(X− X! )|Z] = E[ E(X|Z) – E(X|Z) ] = 0.
(b) E(WZ) = E[E(WZ|Z) ] = E[ZE(W)|Z] = E[ Z×0] = 0
(c) Using the hint: V = W – h(Z), so that E(V2) = E(W2) + E[h(Z)2] – 2×E[W×h(Z)].
Using an argument like that in (b), E[W×h(Z)] = 0. Thus, E(V2) = E(W2) +
E[h(Z)2], and the result follows by recognizing that E[h(Z)2] ≥ 0 because h(z)2 ≥ 0
for any value of z.
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