# Statistics – Supply and Demand Task

Solution for Statistics – Supply and Demand Task

(a) β̂1 = −0.75317
Confidence interval is: ( −0.8050502, −0.7012837 )
(b) For a variable to be valid instrument for log_p , it should be correlated with log_p but
uncorrelated with error term (UI
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# Vedic Mathematics: How can you calculate 10 times faster?

Are you attempting any competitive exams? Then, the first thing you would need to do is to learn Vedic mathematics. This is the ancient mathematical tactics that you can apply to solve problems in no time. The tricks of Vedic mathematics would definitely help you to solve problems 10 times faster than your traditional methods of solving mathematical problems.  No aspirant would like to lose marks for making silly mistakes. Continue reading

# Tips to deal with teacher who does not like you

There would be many reasons for teachers to have a bad impression on particular students. Few of them would not be focusing on the lessons taught in the class or misbehaving in the classroom with teachers or caught red-handedly in doing wrong or not scoring well in the exams. There are a few reasons that would make students lose impression in the eyes of their teachers. Due to such misbehaviour, teachers might start giving additional assignments/ Continue reading

# College Life: 5 Steps To Find Inner Peace

College life is the most precious phase in everyone’s life. This is the age where you chill out, compete and have fun with your friends. However, you may hurt or get hurt by your friends while talking unintentionally many a times. This takes away your peace of mind. There are times at which the college students get hurt by their personal life and the behavior of their parents at home. Continue reading

# Understanding Video Game Market Dynamics: For PS & Xbox Fans

Playstation and Xbox market is taking the gaming world by storm. Thanks to the popularity of these two, there are many video game companies coming up with popular and exciting games. Haven’t we grown up playing Grand Theft Auto, Horizon Zero Dawn, Fortnite, Battlefield, Injustice, Call of Duty and all those fun filled games. Everyday after college, we look forward to at least one good game with out internet buddies and friends. Ever wondered how these games are developed and marketed? How do companies decide on the game pricing? How do sales happen? Continue reading

# Study Hacks – Decoding Patterns Of Success

Do you want to develop the study skills that will make you fly high in your career? Then, you need to embrace a few study hacks which will improve your efficiency and save time.  Few students keep studying till the last minute and end up scoring lower grades and few student study 30 minutes every day and score top grades in every subjects. What do these successful students do differently? Continue reading

# How to manage part-time job and college grades?

If you are reading this post then definitely you are one of the student trying to manage college grades and part time job. Education loan and daily expenses of student life can compel  you to do a part time job. Compared to your peers you get less time to do your homework and complete your assignments. You might end up impacting Continue reading

# A Week Without Social Media – From Diaries Of An A Grade Student

Can we image spending a day without browsing through Facebook, twitter, Whatsapp, YouTube or Instagram? The answer would be a big NO for me and for almost everyone who is reading  this post. Today, social media is taking the virtual world by storm. Continue reading

# Any Student Can To Go To Ivy League Schools, Just Remember To Work On These 5 Things

Almost all students dream of getting into an Ivy League. The very name is enough to open doors. The alumni network is amazing. Parents find real pride when their child is part of this elite group. However, getting into an Ivy League school is easier than you think. Here are some things which should be done: Continue reading

# Study Hacks: A Recent Change To My Study Habits

Studying hard is a good habit that sincere students have. I used to be one of them; not that I don’t study hard anymore. I still do, it’s just that I have found some better and smarter ways of studying. And let me tell you this change in my study habits have done me good. I’m not stressed out like I used to be; plus I am scoring better grades with lesser efforts. Continue reading

# Strategic Studying – How To Work Smart (Not Workhard) To Score Excellent Grades

Almost all students are diligent and sincere with their studies. Most burn the midnight oil and try really hard to get good grades. But sometimes, even working really hard may not get you the grades you are looking for. Working hard is all fine for exam preparation, but sometimes what you need to do is work smart. Please note the key word here is ‘smart’. Cramming and memorizing details; that sums up a student’s life. Continue reading