10:00AM - 10:50AM
1310 Digital Computer Laboratory
Henry Lin firstname.lastname@example.org
Karthik Ramaswamy email@example.com
DAF: 15h00-16h00 M (3310 Siebel), 13h00-14h00 W (3310 Siebel), 13h00-14h00 F (3310 Siebel)
Henry: 16h00-17h00 W, 16h00-17h00 F, Theory Lounge
Karthik: 16h00-17h00 T, 17h00-18h00 Th, Theory Lounge
NOTE NEW HOURS!
or swing by my office (3310 Siebel) and see if I'm busy
Evaluation is by: Homeworks, Midterm, take home final.
You should do this homework on your own -- one submission per student, and by submitting you are certifying the homework is your work.
Submission: Homework 1 submission will be via Compass. Submit your answers, graphs, and other responses as a PDF
Erratum: 2.14 b reads: "If you run that fragment on your files, then look at the figures, they should suggest that there isn’t much difference in faculty per student between top, mid and bottom third public colleges. But there is for private colleges. What happens if you subdivide the top third into smaller pieces? What do you think is going on here?" BUT the data for faculty per student in public colleges is now missing. Rather than answer the question as written (which you can't do), do the following:
2.14(b) substitute: Compare the tuition between private and public colleges (for public colleges, use in-state tuition). Which one varies more? Why? What do you think is going on here?