Midterm 2008 - Econ 131 Spring 2008 MIDTERM EXAM Professor...

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Professor Adam Looney Spring 2008 GSI: Philippe Wingender MIDTERM EXAM There are three sections, worth a total of 80 points. Short answers should be succinct and focused: less than FOUR sentences; anything further will not be read. On true/false questions, explanations determine grades. Show your work and intuition on the mathematical questions clearly. Short answer (True/False/Uncertain): 1) The value of life can be accurately assessed by comparing the di ± erence between wages at jobs with a relatively high probability of death and wages at jobs with no risk of death. 2) In a large river valley, numerous home owners usefert i l izeronthe irlawns .Thefert i l izerrunso ± when it rains and eventually ends up in the river, where it lowers
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2010 for the course ECON 131 taught by Professor Karp during the Spring '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Midterm 2008 - Econ 131 Spring 2008 MIDTERM EXAM Professor...

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