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Unformatted text preview: independent variables dependent variables endogenous variables exogenous variables parameters intercept slope formula for a straight line formula for average rate of change secant line parabola increasing or decreasing functions strictly increasing or strictly decreasing functions monotonic functions inverse of a function multivariate functions Cobb‐Douglas function isoquants and indifference curves extreme values: maxima and minima, global and local limits continuity concavity, strict concavity convexity, strict convexity exponential functions compound interest rates present value frequency of compounding continuous compounding logarithmic funct...
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  • Spring '08
  • cramton
  • Web Site., natural logarithmic functions, equilibrium models, corresponding mathematical expression, function  multivariate functions, derivative   instantaneous rate

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