Course curriculum

  • 1

    Hypothesis Testing and Confidence Interval - Practice Questions

  • 2

    Simple Linear Regression - Mathematical Proofs and Assumptions

    • Derivation of Intercept's Estimator using Ordinary Least Squares Method

    • Derivation of Slope's Estimator using Ordinary Least Squares Method

    • (Optional Lecture) Another Method to Solve for Intercept and Slope's estimator

    • Different formulas to calculate Slope's estimator

    • Different formulas to calculate Slope's estimator (Continued)

    • Useful Results of OLS

    • Useful Results of OLS (Continued)

    • Assumptions of Classical Linear Regression Model (CLRM)

    • Assumptions of CLRM (Continued)

    • What is Gauss Markov Theorem?

    • Gauss Markov Theorem: Slope Estimator is Linear

    • Gauss Markov Theorem: Properties of new non-stochastic variable

    • Gauss Markov Theorem: Slope Estimator is Unbiased

    • Gauss Markov Theorem: Slope Estimator is Efficient

    • Gauss Markov Theorem: Slope Estimator is Efficient (Continued)

  • 3

    Simple Linear Regression - Practice Questions

  • 4

    Multiple Linear Regression and Different Functional Forms - Practice Questions

    • List of Questions

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    • Question 1 - Relationship between adjusted R2 and R2

    • Question 2 - Does a high value of R2 means you have a good model?

    • Question 3 - Can adjusted R2 be negative?

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    • Question 4 - Value of R2 on adding an insignificant and unimportant variable

    • Question 5 - R2 in regression through origin models

    • Question 6 - ANOVA Table and Adjusted R squared

    • Question 7 - ANOVA Table, Test of Overall Significance and Adjusted R-Squared

    • Question 8 - Interpretation of coefficients and Test of Overall Significance

    • Question 9 - Interpretation of log-log model and Test of Overall Significance

    • Question 10 - Restricted, Unrestricted Model and F-test

    • Question 11 - Joint Hypothesis Test and Interpretation of lin-log model

    • Question 12 - Working with log-log functional form and t-test

    • Question 13 - Slope and Elasticity of various functional forms

    • Question 14 - Hypothesis testing using the relationship between t and F

    • Question 15 - Correlation between fitted values and residuals

    • Question 16 - Numerator and Denominator Degrees of Freedom in F-test

    • Question 17 - Interpretation of slope coefficient in log-lin model

    • Question 18 - Interpretation of slope coefficient in lin-log model

    • Question 19 - Don't take 'logs' on the variables under this scenario

  • 5

    Dummy Variables - Practice Questions

    • List of Questions

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    • Question 1 - Basic Interpretation

    • Question 2 - Dummy variable trap

    • Question 3 - Dummy variable trap

    • Question 4 - Dummy variables for 4 quarters

  • 6

    Multicollinearity - Practice Questions

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    • Question 1 - Perfect Collinearity (Exact Linear Relationship) among regressors

    • Question 2 - Perfect Collinearity (Exact Linear Relationship) among regressors

    • Question 3 - Perfect Collinearity (Exact Linear Relationship) among regressors

    • Question 4 - High Multicollinearity

  • 7

    Heteroscedasticity - Practice Questions

    • Question 1 - Consequences of Heteroscedasticity

    • Question 2 - White's test for Heteroscedasticity

    • Question 3 - Transform the regression equation to deal with Heteroscedasticity

    • Question 4 - Transform the regression equation to deal with Heteroscedasticity

  • 8

    Autocorrelation - Practice Questions

    • Question 1 - Test 1st Order Autocorrelation (Durbin-Watson d-test)

    • Question 2 - Assumptions underlying Durbin Watson d-test

    • Question 3 - Test 1st Order Autocorrelation (Durbin-Watson d-test)

    • Question 4 - Presence of Positive Autocorrelation?

    • Question 5 - Test 1st Order Autocorrelation (Durbin-Watson d-test)

    • Question 6 - Testing for Autocorrelation - Breusch Godfrey Test

  • 9

    Functional Form Misspecification and Proxy Variables - MCQs

    • Multiple Choice Questions

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Econometrics Quiz: Master Simple Linear Regression:

This quiz booklet on Simple Linear Regression is designed for students who are learning Econometrics at undergraduate level. It has 40 questions with detailed explanation for all the answers. Some of the answers also have video resources that will help you understand the key points in a step by step manner. The questions are based on the following topics: Regression Equations, Method of Ordinary Least Squares, Assumptions of Classical Linear Regression Model, Hypothesis Testing and Goodness of Fit. NOTE: As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Instructor

Shubham Kalra, Author and Online Instructor

Experience of teaching Microeconomics, Statistics and Econometrics to students from more than 40 universities across US, UK, Italy, Netherlands and India. Author of two e-books on Amazon (Statistics and Econometrics)

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