By Damodar Gujarati, Dawn Porter

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1. The data 1 The reader whose statistical knowledge has become somewhat rusty may want to freshen it up by reading the statistical appendix, App. A, before reading this chapter. 2 The expected value, or expectation, or population mean of a random variable Y is denoted by the symbol E(Y). On the other hand, the mean value computed from a sample of values from ¯ read as Y bar. the Y population is denoted as Y, 37 Gujarati: Basic Econometrics, Fourth Edition PART ONE: © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2004 2.

It relates to the advertising budget (in millions of dollars) of 21 ﬁrms for 1983 and millions of impressions retained per week by the viewers of the products of these ﬁrms. The data are based on a survey of 4000 adults in which users of the products were asked to cite a commercial they had seen for the product category in the past week. a. Plot impressions on the vertical axis and advertising expenditure on the horizontal axis. b. What can you say about the nature of the relationship between the two variables?

1 of the Introduction are an example of time series data. A time series is a set of observations on the values that a variable takes at different times. , 9 See App. A for formal deﬁnition and further details. For an informative account, see Michael D. , 1978, chap. 3. 10 Gujarati: Basic Econometrics, Fourth Edition 26 PART ONE: I. Single−Equation Regression Models © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2004 1. , the census of population). Sometime data are available both quarterly as well as annually, as in the case of the data on GDP and consumer expenditure.