ECO2023 - Summer B 2009 Final Exam

ECO2023 - Summer B 2009 Final Exam - Professor M Rush ECO...

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Professor: M. Rush ECO 2023 SUMMER B 2009 FINAL EXAM Read all instructions on this page This test is governed by UF’s academic honesty code. It is intended to have 34 multiple choice questions. Please check to be sure your copy has all 34. Chose the best answer for each question. The next is important: Unless you are specifically told otherwise, on this test do not assume that demand or supply is either perfectly elastic or perfectly inelastic. On the bubble sheet, please enter: 1. Your name and initials 2. Your UF ID number 3. Special Code: 31 4. Test code: A 5. Sign your name on the back of the bubble sheet. TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES AND OTHER COMMUNICATION DEVICES Check that the test code, special code, and UF ID number you bubbled-in are correct now. Also check to be sure your name is correct—do it now. I investigated the rumor that the ability to correctly record these had been mastered by a few students at FSU. This rumor turned out to be false. But, the rumor that an accounting major and a journalism major did successfully record these on a test is true. These students have since been bronzed and are on display outside their respective colleges to serve as an inspiration for all other accounting and journalism students. CHECK YOUR TEST CODE AND UF ID NUMBER. IF YOU GET EITHER OF THESE WRONG, YOUR TEST MIGHT NOT BE GRADED AND IF IT IS GRADED, YOU WILL LOSE 6 POINTS (which equals 2 questions)! I have become increasingly concerned that some students are at a real disadvantage because they are unwilling to ask questions during the exam while others ask a lot of questions. Hence, to level the playing field, I have decided to eliminate all questions during the test. I don’t like this policy, but it seems the fairest policy. Do not ask questions of me or the TA’s; in the interest of fairness I have instructed them not to answer any questions during the exam. You will have one hour (60 minutes) to complete the exam and bubble in all your answers. This time includes completing the extra credit question if you choose to answer it. When the TAs say that time is up, you must hand in your exam. We will not give extra time to finish bubbling in the answers, so be sure you are done when the 60 minutes are up. Of course, you may hand in your test at any time before the 60 minutes are up. An answer key will be posted on the main class web page later today.
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E C O 2023 FI NA L E XAM S U MME R B 2009 2 The test scores will be on the Final Exam Feedback web page within a few days. Once you see the answer key, you might have a question about why one answer is right and another is wrong. For these questions, email me at [email protected] Do NOT email the grader about these questions! After the scores are posted, if you think your posted score is incorrect, then email the grader at [email protected] If you email me about your test score, I will not forward the email nor respond to you—you MUST email the grader. You have one week after the curved score is posted to request a grade check. After a week, the score will not be changed. If the web
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