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June 15, 2009

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Media Dissertation

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

Mihai Radu

1. 6666
2. False
3. 10000
4. False
5. No
6. Yes (if we measure by Employment Rate and if we adjust for the social trend of women working in the modern era)
7. True
8. 40%

oldprof

Kevin -- stay with us. There is a point to each question, and I'll get around to this one.

Thanks for your interest.

Jeff

Kevin Winnett

Yes, and the one about the game show host is a bit of a trick question. I recall this from game theory/stats, and don't know how it would give any useful info/insight into somebody's investment acumen or other variable you might be trying to test.

The other questions were interesting, but more about somebody's depth of econ knowledge.

oldprof

Gene - -Your point is well taken. The host always offers a switch.

Thanks for pointing this out.

Jeff

Gene

you have misstated question 5. For it truly to produce the answer I believe you want, you need to imply that no matter what, the gameshow host will offer the switcheroo. because if he only does it sometimes, the answer is based entirely on his proclivities and not necessarily on the probability (i.e. he might only take one away and offer the switch if you guessed correctly in the first place).

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