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Topics/chapters in text Introduction: chs 1-2; math review (online, and at http://www.mcgrawhill.ca/college/olcsupport/frank2/math/ ) Consumers, demand: chs 3-4, including appendices 3 and A.4.5 Production, costs: chs 9-10 , including appendices 9 and A.10.1 Market structure I: perfect competition, monopoly: chs. 11-12 (excluding 12.8) Market structure II: game theory, oligopoly ch 13.1-13.7 Exchange and Market efficiency: ch.16.1 Grading: Option A Option B Math test 5% 5% Aplia assignments 15% 0% Midterms 40% (maximum) 40% (maximum) Final exam 40% (minimum) 55% (minimum) Page 1 of 2
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Economics 203 (F01), December 2006 Notes: 1. Participation in the Aplia assignments was optional. If you chose to complete them, the lowest two marks will be dropped. 2. The final exam consists of three true/false statements, and three problems. The true/false questions and two of the problems are common across sections F01 and F02. 3. You must pass the final exam to pass this course. 4. If your mark on the final exam is higher than that on the first midterm, 10% of the weight from that midterm will be shifted to the final. If your mark on the final exam is higher than that on the second midterm, 15% of the weight from the midterm will be shifted to the final. 5. There have been no makeup tests. Students who have had acceptable reasons (as verified in discussions with me) for missing tests will have all weight from the missing component transferred to the final. Grading scale: Following departmental practice, percentages will be converted to letter grades as follows: 90-100% A+ 75-79% B+ 60-64% C+ 50-54% D 85-89% A 70-74% B 55-59% C 0-49% F 80-84% A- 65-69% B No letter E grades will be assigned. Page 2 of 2
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