ECON 130 Principles of Microeconomics v3.pdf

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problems from homework during the semester. o Daily homework will be composed of two types of assignments: short answer questions and simple calculation exercises. Students are expected to submit short answer assignments to Google Class and turn in handwritten answers for calculation exercises. All homework assignments are due at the beginning of the class unless mentioned by the instructor. o Weekly quizzes will be given on Friday of weeks 1, 2, 4, and 5. No makeup quizzes will be given but one lowest quiz grade may be dropped for calculating the average quiz grade.
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2 o Midterm exam will be on June 29 and the final exam will be on July 20. An unexcused absence will receive zero points on that examination. Makeup exams will be only given for official excuses presented beforehand except under extreme circumstances. An official documentation for the absence should be submitted and exams may be taken at an earlier date. Letter grades will be assigned using the University of Hawaii plus/minus grading system. Grading will be as follows : 5% Participation 10% Quiz (lowest quiz score may be dropped) 20% Homework 30% Midterm exam 35% Final exam (extra credit opportunity) 100% Total Grade Academic Honesty Any form of cheating or plagiarism will not be tolerated. Any student caught cheating on quizzes or
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