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Unformatted text preview: f questions. You can rely on examples from the book, examples we’ve worked on during class, examples that you worked on your own during class and then we discussed (active learning) and examples from homework assignments. If you are having trouble with one of the MCPQ, chances are we’ve worked on a similar example in class or you’ve seen it in homework assignments. Luiggi Donayre Department of Economics University of Minnesota Duluth Suggestions/Tips Fall 2011 Economics 1022 Principles of Macroeconomics Study Guide – Exam 1 · The exam covers material in the textbook, homework/quizzes, slides and class lectures. Make sure you read and understand them all. · Focus on the important concepts discussed in class (i.e., Decision making principles, circular flow diagram, PPF, demand and supply analysis, GDP...
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