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University of Wisconsin Department of Economics Economics 301: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory Korinna K. Hansen Learning Guide Format Elements of the Learning Guides Explained Due Date: This class period is planned with the assumption that the learning guide has been completed prior to class. Attending the class without completing the assignment is like attending a Literature class without having read the book: It's better than not coming to class. Occasionally, you can follow the discussion with no problems. Usually, you don't learn as much as if you had prepared. Reading Assignment: Specific sections of your textbook will be listed. You are responsible for these sections. Not everything in the reading assignment will be discussed in class.
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Unformatted text preview: Problem Assignment: Problems will be assigned from your textbook. These problems should be completed before the due date. They are the minimum amount of practice you must do to find out if you understand the material in the reading assignment. You can solve additional problems if you feel you need more practice. And you should certainly practice solving the Practice Quiz. Objectives: Here you will find a list of things you should be able to do by the end of your preparation for the upcoming class period. If you are uncertain about a particular skill, repeat the relevant section in the text, try additional problems, contact classmates to work out problems and chapter material together, or see your TA or me in our office hours....
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