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Name:____________________PSUID:________________PSUemail:____________________ Section:_______________ Row:______ Seat #:____________ ECON 304 Extra Credit – Chapter 5 Due Monday March 30 th at 9:05 AM in class. No late papers will be accepted. All answers must be typed. Be sure to carefully and fully explain your answers AND your graphs. Graphs may be drawn by hand, neatly. You may work with each other, BUT you must turn in your own individual work
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Unformatted text preview: . This assignment is worth up to 10 points. Exercises from your text Ch. 5: Page 210 analytical problem #4. Draw both the home and foreign country graphs (you should have 2 graphs for this problem). Page 210 analytical problem #6. Draw both the home and foreign country graphs for each part of the question (you should have 4 graphs for this problem)....
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