HX Student View - Student Views Milton Keynes is a student...

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Milton Keynes is a student in Professor Carey’s 10am. M-W-F Principles of Macroeconomics class. When he opens up his Homework Xpress! page, he sees that his professor has assigned a quiz and an assignment that needs to be completed by the time his class meets again on Monday. He decides to tackle the assignment first so he clicks on “Get Assignment”.
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He carefully reads the instructions for completing and submitting an assignment.
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Milton opens the assignment, reads it, and decides that he is really not ready to do this assignment.
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He goes to the Concept-Practice-Review button and clicks.
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He chooses the material on using supply and demand since that is what the assignment is about . When he chooses that, a number of options open up.
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He first goes to the Graphing: Concept Overview and sees both text and a java applet. He can manipulate the applet to see changes as prices change.
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He then runs the Graphing: Animated Tutorial. Here he sees and hears an electronic mini- lecture on how supply and demand work together.
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He is now ready to put “pencil to paper” (electronically speaking). Graphing: Step by Step
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