simultaneous equations


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simultaneous equations

[‚sī·məl′tā·nē·əs i′kwā·zhənz]
(mathematics)
A collection of equations considered to be a set of joint conditions imposed on the variables involved.
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i] denotes the backward error arising from solving the linear simultaneous equation [y.
Table 4 shows the results of the simultaneous equation regressions of leverage and economic value creation on the two subsets of explanatory variables for the multinational and domestic FF subsamples.
The lower of the two simultaneous equations in (5) can be reduced from three to two terms by the assumption
The results of the simultaneous equations analysis indicate that the significant impact of investor demand on convertible bond issue volumes is robust to controlling for convertible bond pricing.
5--Estimate the two simultaneous equations using only the sample of hedging firms.
After solving the simultaneous equations for two or more suctions, the value of k [psi] will be obtained by placing these quantities in equation (3).
To find out the shadow price of the labour you would now work out what the new optimum production plan and contribution would be if you had one more hour of labour available (meaning you now set 3X + 4Y = 2,001) and solve usually using simultaneous equations.
A common set of variables was included in the simultaneous equations (see details below) based on an extension of Andersen's Behavioral Model (Andersen 1995): enabling factors (such as education, income, health insurance, number of children), predisposing factors (e.
A ONE-TON machine that in a single action can solve nine simultaneous equations with nine unknowns so complicated in form they might well require days of laborious computation by trained mathematicians has been developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
After this step, analysis method is selected and simultaneous equations are solved by using K matrix.
1962): "A Comparison of Alternative Estimators for Simultaneous Equations," (New York: IBM Research Report, RC-781).
1995) use a simultaneous equations system to estimate the relation between spread size and the number of analysts, and find that there is a positive relation between the number of analysts covering a stock and the size of the spread, an important component of liquidity.

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