Economics 1 - Fall 2004 - Train - Midterm 2

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Department of Economics Professor Kenneth Train University of California, Berkeley Spring Semester 2004 ECONOMICS 1 SECOND MIDTERM EXAMINATION In class, April 21 INSTRUCTIONS 1. Please fill in the information below: Your Name: ___________SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS__________________ Your SID# : ______________________________________________________ GSI’s Name: _____________________________________________________ Section Number (Days/Time): _____________________________________________ Todd Gilman = MW 1-2 in 425 Latimer and MW 2-3 in 2 Evans Sally Kwak = MW 8-9 in 433 Latimer, MW 9-10 in 105 Latimer, T-Th 8-9 in 425 Latimer Justin Park = MW 9-10 in 24 Wheeler; MW 8-9 in 285 Cory Jeff Butler = MW 1-2 in 185 Barrows, MW 2-3 in 175 Barrows Kenny Kuhn = MW 1-2 in 56 Hildebrand, MW 2-3 in 7 Evans, T-Th 8-9 in 3113 Ethcheverry David Zaft = T-Th 8-9 in 56 Hildebrand, T-Th 2-3 in 106 Wheeler Juanito Rus = T-Th 9-10 in 240 Mulford, T-Th 8-9 in 321 Haviland Shanan Alper = T-Th 4-5 in 175 Barrows, T-Th 5-6 in 5 Evans Si-Yeon Lee = MW 2-3 in 285 Cory, T-Th 9-10 in 122 Barrows 2. The exam ends at 10:55 a.m. 3. If you finish early, please remain in your seat so that you do not disturb others. 4. When time is called, stop writing and pass your exam to the aisle. Please stay in your seat until all of the exams are collected. 5. There are a total of 100 points, 4 questions, and 6 pages (including this cover sheet and a blank last page). Points for each question are in brackets.
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