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Macro economics N N N O O O R R R T T T H H H C C C A A A R R R O O O L L L I I I N N N A A A S S S T T T A A A T T T E E E U U U N N N I I I V V V E E E R R R S S S I I I T T T Y Y Y College of Management – Department of Economics Instructor: Kosmas Marinakis 4 th Homework Assignment Choose the one alternative which best completes the statement or best answers the question. Submit your answers electronically using the Homework Submission Application . Online Submission Instructions 1. When you complete solving the homework assignment, visit the class website at the address: “www4.ncsu.edu/~kgmarina/classes/ec202.htm” . 2. Scroll down to the “ Homework ” section and click on the “Submit Homework” button. The university’s login page will appear. Use your username and password to login. 3. After a successful login the Homework Submission Application page will appear. Enter your information and your answers for the multiple choice questions in the appropriate field. Use the letters: A, B, C, D or E only. If the homework’s questions are fewer than 35 leave the remaining fields empty. Be sure to double-check the fields because you are not allowed for a second submission. 4. When you are ready for your submission check the “ Yes, I am ready to submit ” box. This is to prevent incomplete submissions in case you accidentally hit “ enter ” or “ submit ” before you are done filling the entire form. If you submit without having checked this box your submission will not go through and the system will ask you to go back and fix this problem. 5. Click the “ submit ” button. If all the required fields are filled, the confirmation page (receipt screen) will appear. If any of the required fields is missing the system will ask you to go back and fix the problem. It is highly recommended that you print the confirmation page for your records. Useful Tips
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course EC 202 taught by Professor Sturgill during the Spring '07 term at N.C. State.

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