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120B Economics Professor Yongil Jeon Winter 2008 Name: _________________________ Student ID#: _________________________ Answer to Homework #1, Winter 2008 (Part of Exam 1, Summer 2006) Answer all questions on separate paper. This problem set should be handed in to Professor Jeon at the beginning of your class on Wednesday, February 6th, 2008. Problem sets may not be handed in once solutions have been...

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