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## PRMIA Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement ? 2015 Edition Sample Questions:

Simple linear regression involves one dependent variable, one independent variable and one error variable. In contrast, multiple linear regression uses...

You are investigating the relationship between weather and stock market performance. To do this, you pick 100 stock market locations all over the world. For each location, you collect yesterday's mean temperature and humidity and yesterday's local index return. Performing a regression analysis on this data is an example of...

Maximum likelihood estimation is a method for:

You are given the following regressions of the first difference of the log of a commodity price on the lagged price and of the first difference of the log return on the lagged log return. Each regression is based on 100 data points and figures in square brackets denote the estimated standard errors of the coefficient estimates:

Which of the following hypotheses can be accepted based on these regressions at the 5% confidence level (corresponding to a critical value of the Dickey Fuller test statistic of -- 2.89)?

Which of the following can induce a 'multicollinearity' problem in a regression model?

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