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321_1 - Economics 321 Lecture 1 Jason H Murray PhD Spring...

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Economics 321: Lecture 1 Jason H. Murray, PhD Spring 2011 Office: BA 424 Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 1-2pm Phone: 803-777-4932
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Teaching Assistant Mr. Supratim Dasgupta Office: BA 429 Office Hours: Thursday 2-4pm
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No Emails? That’s right, never. Instead, if you have a question, go to blackboard, discussion board and choose a the questions thread. I will check the thread regularly and answer REASONABLE questions. REASONABLE example: “What is the condition to find Maximum Sustainable Yield?” UNREASONABLE examples: “When are your office hours?”; “What’s the answer to number 7?”
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Syllabus Change No Math Quiz today due to cancellation of Lecture 1 Those 5 points will just be added to your highest scoring exam.
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Aplia (www.aplia.com) Online computer-graded Homework (20% of final grade). “Practice” Do not count for your final grade But I do see if you have done them or not And students who do the practice problems do better on the graded assignments and exams.
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