I will have an economic exam on October 1th, this is a timed exam, which starts

I will have an economic exam on October 1th, this is a timed exam, which starts from 4:00pm to 4:50pm in Pacific Time Zone. This exam requires students to read an economic article and then analyze it. There will be several prompts to follow. There is no word limit, write as much as you can. The optimize world count is around 300 words. Once the exam starts, I will send you the article and prompts, and you should send me the article before 4:45pm so that I have enough time to submit it.
You can find everything you need on this website: (like practice exam, strategies, etc)
https://econ.washington.edu/rtw-assessment-information
The max grade is 6, and I need my grade to be higher than at least 3.
And I posted some practice exams for you.
We include below a grading scheme that will be followed by the various scorers to evaluate your essay –
Grading scheme: 0 to 6
3 criteria used by the graders:
understanding the issue(s) in the article and being able to convey them in writing. (The economic issues presented are at the ECON 200-201 level.)
composing a coherent and well-organized response to answer the questions.
using strong spelling, grammar, and style in your writing.
6 – Outstanding
Perfect or near perfect score on all three criteria
deep understanding of the economic issues raised in the article – essay is consistently coherent, imaginative, and well-written – very few mistakes
5 – Strong
One or two of the criteria is slightly weaker
the economic reasoning is not always correct – or the essay is not always coherently constructed – or there may be several serious grammatical mistakes
Both scores 5 and 6 correspond to very good essays predicting a good understanding of the material covered in the course of the student’s studies in economics.
4 – Satisfactory
Slightly weaker on all three criteria
adequate competence in all criteria: the economic reasoning is not always correct – and the essay is not always coherently constructed – and there are several serious English mistakes
3 – Adequate
Weak on one criteria
poor performance on one of the criteria: there are mistakes in the economic reasoning – or the essay is not very coherent – or the grammar/style is weak
Both scores 3 and 4 are acceptable and the student is passing the test.
Students receiving scores below 3 will not be admitted except in very rare/unique situations.
2 – Weak
Unsatisfactory score on one criteria and weak score on the other two
1 – Poor
Unsatisfactory score on two of the three criteria and weak score on the other
0 – Inappropriate
Does not address the essay question or is illegible
Strategies for taking the RTW
Read the article carefully, outlining the main points.
Read the essay questions and make sure to address ALL of them.
Connect in your mind the essay questions to the main points in the article.
A good essay will have some kind of introduction and conclusion sentence along with smooth transition between points. The essay should flow logically. Be sure to pay attention to your grammar and sentence structure, and write in your own words. Avoid using slang, familiarities, nor contractions. Unless mentioned in the article, spell out any abbreviations into full words.
Write in your own words, do not paraphrase or copy any sentence verbatim.
Style: do not use slang, familiarities, nor contractions. Unless mentioned in the article, spell out any initials into full words.
Do not use graphs, tables, nor equations.
The article will have some economic content at a level a student who would have taken the introductory economic courses can understand – you may elaborate on specific economic issues thus demonstrating your deeper knowledge, but not at the expense of omitting some of the essay questions.
Never forget the actual purpose of the essay: checking your RTW skills.
Reading Ability: you must demonstrate that you understood what you read.
Analytical Thinking: you must show that you are able to use your understanding of the article to compose a well-argued and logical essay that answers the questions.
Writing Skills: you must be able to put together a congruent and well-written essay.
The RTW and personal statement serve different purposes. The RTW examines your reading comprehension, critical thinking, and writing abilities. The personal statement is the forum to discuss your interest in the major and any outside issues. Please refer to the personal statement prompt on the application form.

(Term Paper for Micro & Macro Econ Decision) Hi, This is an 8 written page repor

(Term Paper for Micro & Macro Econ Decision)
Hi, This is an 8 written page report based upon the outline provided of where the economy is headed and the prospects for the economy. Based upon your reading and current events article research, what is the state of the United States economy, is the economy exhibiting declining, static, or improving trends, and what do the next 6 -12 months look like in that industry or overall economy you have selected. This paper must be submitted in a Microsoft Word format file, 12-point font, double spaced, 8 written pages exclusive of title page, reference page, and appendices. All graphs, tables, lists, and charts must be placed in the appendices.
If it can be delivered a bit earlier, maybe I could have some time to review/edit before submittal.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you.
Regards.
Sedat

The most time sensitive: I have an *ungraded quiz with a max time of 30 minutes-

The most time sensitive: I have an *ungraded quiz with a max time of 30 minutes- 20 questions. Then I also have a graded chapter test with a max time of 40 minutes and 25 questions. These are due by Sunday 10/17. All multiple choice, some true/false, about half are actual graphs and you needing to know macro. For the rest of the semester from today I have 3 graded chapter tests, 3 required practices quizzes (ungraded but naturally- let us continue this illusion of academic improvement), a midterm exam comprised of 4 chapters, and a final exam worth 30 % of my grade. This is a community college macroeconomics course using Canvas as the online format.

Notice! This is not homework! This is an online exam task. You have about 70 min

Notice! This is not homework! This is an online exam task. You have about 70 minutes to complete 15 questions about statistics. Please make sure you have a certain professional ability to accept this task! I have provided you with some previous exam questions

1 A brief descriiption (4-6 sentences) of the “personal practice” related to con

1 A brief descriiption (4-6 sentences) of the “personal practice” related to consumption and/or consumption that you plan to undertake. What do you want to do and why? Make it detailed enough to make clear to me that this is a practice you are able to undertake for the course. Your best bet is to make your proposal fairly concrete. Make it, also, something you genuinely want to try out.
2 A brief descriiption of what you plan to research. Essentially:
. What is your research question?
. How is this question in some way related to your personal practice?
Start the paragraph off with The purpose of this project and ask question of products like peloton exercise companies or fitness gyms

research and write on the potential economic impact of long-term very low-intere

research and write on the potential economic impact of long-term very low-interest rates, such as we have had in the US the past few years. Is it a problem? If so, what should be done about it? Make sure you address both sides, take a position, and support it.
The purpose is to demonstrate that you can use economic data and theory to support a policy position. What position you take is up
to you. I’ll be focusing on your defense of that position and how well you utilize relevant data and economic theory (including your choice of data, so do your research carefully).
The paper should be 3 – 5 double spaced pages, not counting the title page (yes, have a title page) and the reference page. Use 1″ margins and Times New Roman 12 font. You must submit your paper in Microsoft Word or RTF format. NO PDF FILES! Your paper will be submitted to Turnitin to check for originality. Instructions on how to submit your paper and see the score will be posted in the Announcements section.
Remember to use citations and references. They should be in APA 7 style. (If you need help on the format you can go to apastyle.org for video tutorials, use the tool in MS Word that formats it for you or go to citationmachine.org/apa and select from the links provided.)

Evaluation of Econometric Methods in statistics Article Report: Individual assig

Evaluation of Econometric Methods in statistics Article Report:
Individual assignment. Learners are to read assigned article and deliver analysis from the article. Article reports will be shared in the weekly discussion area for the week your article is assigned.
Show calculations where applicable
Assigned Article: Econometrics, Nonparametric & Dias, Ronaldo & Paulo, Campinas. (2004). Nonparametric Econometrics. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 92. 10.1016/S0378-3758(00)00070-7.

Please read the instruction carefully and follow what is said. Please use this l

Please read the instruction carefully and follow what is said. Please use this long-run growth model/relationship to write——“saving rate and real GDP per capita growth”. You can find detailed descriptions of this relationship in the digital textbook. As graphs can count towards total pages, please have 6 six pages in total if you can. Thank you!

Students have four economics-in-the-news (EIN) reports to complete this quarter.

Students have four economics-in-the-news (EIN) reports to complete this quarter.
Students are to find, read, and comprehend one news article that relates to the material covered in the chapters that will be on the next test. The articles are to come from a newspaper or business magazine that one may typically read and was been published in the last six months. Do not quote from the article. Write in your own words.
The format instructions are:
Paragraph 1: Summarize the article entirely in your own words in one paragraph. Include the purpose and the main points of the article. You should have 8 – 10 sentences about your article. Cite the information in the article appropriately but do not use direct quotes.
Paragraph 2: Explain how the chapter material covered in this section supports the points in the article. Define the economic terms and concepts covered in the first paragraph from the textbook. You should have several terms defined to show how your article relates to our textbook. This will help to demonstrate the student’s understanding of the material.
Bibliography: Use APA or MLA style formatting.
Your heading should be:
Date
EC-225
Name
Title

The machine costs about $225,000. The production rate of the machine should incr

The machine costs about $225,000.
The production rate of the machine should increase turning capacity by 1/3.
Useful life, about 40 years
Electrical wiring costs (approximate $4,000)
Set up costs ($3,000)
Training to use the machine ($6,000)
Operator for the machine (between $22-30 per hour)