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midterm2morningspring2004 - Economics 102 Morning Lecture...

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Economics 102 Student Name : Morning Lecture Section # : Second Midterm TA Name : 4/13/04 Version 1 DO NOT BEGIN WORKING UNTIL THE INSTRUCTOR TELLS YOU TO DO SO. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST. You have 50 minutes to complete the exam. The exam consists of 9 binary choice and 20 multiple choice questions. Each binary choice question is worth 2 points and each multiple choice question is worth 4 points for a total of 98 points. You will get 2 points for providing your name, student ID number, number of the discussion section you’ve been attending and version number correctly. Please answer all questions on the scantron sheet with a #2 pencil. No calculators or formula sheets are allowed. PICK THE BEST ANSWER FOR EACH QUESTION. How to fill in the scantron sheet: 1. Print your last name, first name, and middle initial in the spaces marked "Last Name," "First Name," and "MI." Fill in the corresponding bubbles below. 2. Print your student ID number in the space marked "Identification Number." Fill in the bubbles. 3. Write the number of the discussion section you’ve been attending under "Special Codes" spaces ABC, and fill in the bubbles. You can find the discussion numbers below on this page. 4. Write the version number of your exam booklet under "Special Codes" space D, and fill in the bubble. The version number is on the top of this page. 5. If there is an error on the exam or you do not understand something, make a note on your exam booklet and the issue will be addressed AFTER the examination is complete. No questions regarding the exam can be addressed while the exam is being administered. 6. When you are finished, please get up quietly and bring your scantron sheet and this exam booklet to the place indicated by the instructors. Discussion sections are as follows: Young-Joo Kim 302 12:05 R 14 Ingraham 303 13:20 R B139 Van Vleck 309 12:05 F 6228 SS 311 13:20 F 6322 SS 328 15:30 R 6224 SS Francesca Rondina 332 12:05 F 6236 SS 334 13:20 F 6116 SS 336 15:30 F 6314 SS 339 8:50 M 6116 SS Micah Hughes 315 8:50 M 6314 SS 317 9:55 M 6310 SS 330 8:50 F 6112 SS 344 15:30 M 6310 SS Allen Long 307 8:50 F 6228 SS 335 13:20 F 6228 SS 338 8:50 M 4322 SS 345 15:30 M 6314 SS Pablo Pincheira 312 13:20 F 4322 SS 314 15:30 F 6310 SS 341 12:05 M 5322 SS 343 13:20 M 6116 SS Timofy Mylovanov 329 15:30 R 6310 SS 333 12:05 F 4308 SS 340 12:05 M 4314 SS 304 13:20 R 350 BIRGE 316 8:50 M 6322 SS 342 13:20 M 4322 SS Ho Ming Tang 306 15:30 R 5322 SS 331 8:50 F 6240 SS 301 12:05 R 6232 SS 337 15:30 F 6322 SS Jason Wu 305 15:30 R 4314 SS 308 8:50 F 6101 SS 310 12:05 F 6101 SS 313 15:30 F 5322 SS 318 9:55 M 6322 SS
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BINARY CHOICE 1. One of the reasons the aggregate production function shows diminishing returns to labor is that
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2008 for the course ECON 102 taught by Professor Drozd during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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