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Explain the difference between endogenous and exogenous variables.

Answer #1

The distinction between endogenous and exogenous variables
is:
a. dependent on the distribution of the variables, i.e., when they
are normally distributed, they are exogenous, otherwise they are
endogenous.
b. whether or not the variables are correlated with the error
term.
c. dependent on the sample size, i.e., for n sufficiently large,
endogenous variables become exogenous.
d. that exogenous variables are determined inside the model and
endogenous variables are determined outside the model.

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a.) we express the exogenous variables in terms of the
endogenous and parameters
b.)we express the endogenous variables in terms of the exogenous
and parameters
c.) we express the parameters in terms of the exogenous
variables

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demanded (Qd). Consider the following market where quantity
demanded and quantity supplied are res given respectively: QS = -8
+ 4P and Qd = 42–6P. It follows that the equilibrium price ( Pe) =
_________. In the context of the supply and demand model, the two
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(endogenous; exogenous). Explain your answer....

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8)

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