Econ100B Lecture1 - 4-01

Econ100B Lecture1 - 4-01 - Economics 100B: Lecture 1 S....

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Economics 100B: Lecture 1 S. Nageeb Ali April 1, 2008
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 Who Am I? s S. Nageeb Ali s Office: Economics Building, Room 214 s Office Hours: Tues, Thurs: 9:30am-10:30am
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 Who Are You? s Undergraduates s Have taken b Multivariate calculus (Math 10A, 10B, 10C) b Economics courses (ECON 100A) b If you don’t meet pre-requisites, go to Undergraduate Advising Office in SEQ 245 s Students who can pass this class and can do well if they try.
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 Course Materials s WebCT: b Syllabus and topics schedule: read carefully b Lecture slides b Handouts, problem sets, announcements s Required Text: b Jeffrey M. Perloff, Microeconomics: Theory and Applications with Calculus s Chapters 6-10, and 15 s Podcast: b Not a substitute for lecture!
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 TA’s s Aislinn Bohren, OH: Mon 11am-12pm, ECON 127 s Chulyoung Kim, OH: Tues 1pm-2pm, SEQ 224 s Charles Sprenger, OH: Thurs 11am-12pm, SEQ 207 s Chris Wonnell, OH: Fri 10am-11am, ECON 126 s Weekly Sections (NOT THIS WEEK): b Monday 7pm-7:50pm, 8pm-8:50pm, SOLIS 104 b Wednesday 7pm-7:50pm, 8pm-8:50pm, CENT 109 Questions about anything in the course? s Email: eco100b@gmail.com
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 Your Grade s 2 Midterms (~25% each) b 1 st Midterm: April 22, 2008 b 2 nd Midterm: May 20, 2008 b No Make-up b Class time and location b Review session on preceding Friday evening s 1 Final (~50%): b Review on preceding Friday, Saturday s Homework will be assigned, but not graded b Take it seriously! b Will be similar to exam questions
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Economics 100B: Introduction and Ch. 6 Course Style s What I will do: b Provide substance rather than fluff b Try to help you understand the material b Show you the power of economic analysis using many “out-of-
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Econ100B Lecture1 - 4-01 - Economics 100B: Lecture 1 S....

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