By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely
Cokely D., Baker-Shenk C. American signal Language.. A pupil textual content, devices 1-9 (Gallaudet college Press, 1991)(ISBN 0930323866)(400dpi)(194s)
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Extra resources for American sign language: a student text, units 1-9
You may recall that the production possibilities frontier in Chapter 2 was drawn bowed out; in this case, the tradeoff between the two goods depends on the amounts being produced. Here, however, the farmer’s technology for producing meat and potatoes (as summarized in Table 3-1) allows him to switch between one good and the other at a constant rate. In this case, the production possibilities frontier is a straight line. Panel (b) of Figure 3-1 shows the production possibilities frontier for the rancher.
In either case, the coordinate system makes the correlation between the two variables easy to see. C U R V E S I N T H E C O O R D I N AT E S Y S T E M Students who study more do tend to get higher grades, but other factors also influence a student’s grade. Previous preparation is an important factor, for instance, as are talent, attention from teachers, even eating a good breakfast. A scatterplot like Figure 2A-2 does not attempt to isolate the effect that study has on grades from the effects of other variables.
We simply observe that more dangerous cities have more police officers. The explanation for this may be that more dangerous cities hire more police. In other words, rather than police causing crime, crime may cause police. Nothing in the graph itself allows us to establish the direction of causality. It might seem that an easy way to determine the direction of causality is to examine which variable moves first. If we see crime increase and then the police force expand, we reach one conclusion. If we see the police force expand and then crime increase, we reach the other.
American sign language: a student text, units 1-9 by Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely