### Table B1 Monte Carlo analysis of the liberalization effect [standard deviation real consumption growth rate (five-year horizon) 1000 replications]

### Table 2 The Equal-Weighted Realized Percentage of Companies Whose Options Would Have Been Underwater after One, Five, and Ten Years The entries below show the percentages of companies whose stock prices are below their starting point (so that an option granted at-the-money at the starting point would be underwater) for each of the time periods below. The percentages below were calculated using actual CRSP stock returns data, with returns calculated excluding dividends. All percentages were calculated at year-end: for example, the first row of the table shows that at the end of 1989, 49.1% of the options granted at the end of 1988 would have been underwater. The top entry in the five-year column (of NASDAQ) indicates that 34.6% of all options granted five years earlier than 1993 (at the end of 1988) would have been underwater as of the end of 1993. The Return column gives the one-year, equal-weighted return on the appropriate exchange, excluding dividends. 1. NASDAQ (equal-weighted returnA= 15.5%, median volatility = 49.3%)

2002

"... In PAGE 17: ...14 returns to simulate the percentage of options that would be underwater for one-, five-, and ten- year horizons, assuming options had been granted at the beginning of each of the years 1989 to 2000, inclusive. The results are shown for both NASDAQ and NYSE companies in Table2 . For example, consider the row beginning with 1998 in the NASDAQ (top) panel.... ..."

### Table 3: The exam results the last five years

2000

"... In PAGE 6: ...2.1 Exam results Table3 shows the mean value of the exam results the last five years as well as the standard deviation of the results. Grades are given from 1-6, where 1 is best and 6 worst.... ..."

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### Table 3: The exam results the last five years

2000

"... In PAGE 6: ...2.1 Exam results Table3 shows the mean value of the exam results the last five years as well as the standard deviation of the results. Grades are given from 1-6, where 1 is best and 6 worst.... ..."

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### Table 3. The exam results the last five years

2000

"... In PAGE 5: ... Many students wrote that they were motivated to continue read more about subjects presented in the course. Exam results Table3 shows the mean value of the exam results the last five years as well as the standard deviation of the results. Grades are given from 1-6, where 1 is best and 6 worst.... ..."

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### Table 3: Five Year Budget Forecast

2003

### Table 30. Effect of alternatives of charter halibut harvest in Area 3A using five-year average

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 29. Effect of alternatives of charter halibut harvest in Area 3A using 2004 average........................ 38 Table30 .... In PAGE 53: ....7.2.1 GHL calculated using five-year average weight estimates-Area 3A The use of five-year average halibut weights does not have a substantive effect on the results for Area 3A ( Table30 ). While the use of the five-year averages weights raise the estimate of the GHL overage in 2004 the numerical estimates of the effect of the proposed alternatives indicate that any the alternatives are likely to reduce Area 3A charter harvests below the GHL (this is primarily due to the level of harvest reduction needed is less than 1 percent).... ..."

### Table 28. Effect of alternatives of charter halibut harvest (2004) in Area 2C using five-year average

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 27. Hypothetical example of time lag................................................................................................ 36 Table28 . Effect of alternatives of charter halibut harvest (2004) in Area 2C using five-year average.... In PAGE 51: ... The SSC is pleased to learn that ADF amp;G will resume inclusion of halibut in the charter logbook program in 2006; the logbook data could serve as an instrument for more timely assessment of charter- based catches of halibut. The use of five-year average halibut weights changes the net results of the 2004 data, but provides relatively the same result as that found for 2002 and 2003 data ( Table28 ). For example, using a one-year estimate of halibut harvest weight resulted in reduced charter harvests to a range of 71.... ..."

### Table 8. Multimedia Development Hours, Breakeven Points, and Five-Year ROls of Courses

1999

"... In PAGE 10: ... The TCP/IP courses had the highest percentage of multimedia content as well as the highest breakeven points. Table8 summarizes the number of multimedia development hours per course, the corresponding breakeven number of apos;students, and the ROI over five years. The results indicate that all courses will breakeven within the first year if... ..."

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