Finalprep - monopoly and a game theory (4 types of...

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Dear ECON 203 students, The final is accumulative. That is you need to familiarize yourselves with various topics that we have discussed throughout this semester. It is recommended that you stay close to the slides and use the textbook as an additional source to enhance your understanding. The final has 2 parts. Part 1 has 15 multiple choice questions that are worth 30 marks in total and part 2 has 2 long answer questions (you pick two out of 4) that are worth 70 marks in total. You will have 3 hours to complete the final. The multiple choice questions aim to test you on various concepts/relationships. The long answer questions, as usual, test your ability to solve various economic problems. The previous assignments and midterms should give you a very good idea of the type of questions you can be asked on the final. Specifically, there will be questions on optimal consumer/producer choice, demand and supply analysis with tax/price ceiling, oligopoly +
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Unformatted text preview: monopoly and a game theory (4 types of questions). It would be a good idea to randomly pick 2 questions from the previous assignments/midterms and try to solve them in a timely fashion. I find you have more than enough questions to practice. With respect to office hours, the following are the TAs and my scheduled office hours prior to the final: Peters office hour: Monday April 11 th from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in BEC 314. Nohas office hour: Wednesday April 13rd from 10:30am to 12:30am in BEC 312. Dan s office hour: Thursday April 7 th from 9:30am 11:00am Tuesday April 12 th from 3:00pm 4:30pm Please plan on visit our office hours. Good luck. Dan PS. Your assignment 3 will only be returned on the final exam date. Please use the answer key to help with your study for the final....
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