Circular-Flow Diagram
A visual model of the economy that shows how dollars flow through
markets among households and firms
Production Possibilities Frontier
A graph that shows the combinations of output that the economy can
possibly produce given the avai
competitive market equilibrium
a market equilibrium with many buyers/sellers
complements
goods/services that can be used together
demand curve
a curve that shows the relationship between the price of a product and
quantity of that product demanded
income
scientific method
the dispassionate development and testing of theories about how the
world works.
model
a highly simplified representation of a more complicated reality.
circular-flow diagram
visual model of the economy, shows how dollars flow through ma
Market
A group of buyers and sellers of a particular good or service
Competitive Market
A market in which there are many buyers and many sellers so that each
has a negligible impact on the market price
Quantity Demanded
The amount of a good that buyers ar
deadweight loss
fall in total surplus that results from a market distortion (i.e. tax)
marginal tax rate
tax on the last dollar of earnings
underground economy
"under-the-table" work
Laffer curve
how tax size affects revenue (graph)
supply side economics
Elasticity
A measure of the responsiveness of quantity demanded or quantity
supplied to a change of one of its determinants
Price elasticity of demand
A measure of how much the quantity demanded of a good responds to a
change in the price of that good, co
Equilibrium without Trade
Domestic trade equilibrium
World Price
price of a good that's common in the world market
Gains of an Exporting Country
Domestic producers are better of, but domestic consumers aren't
Losses of an Exporting Country
increases well-
Corrective tax
a tax designed to induce private decision makers to take account of the
social costs that arise from a negative externality
transaction costs
the costs that parties incur in the process of agreeing to and following
through on a bargain
Exte
Efficiency:
The property of society getting the most it can from its scarce resources
Equity
The property of distributing economic prosperity fairly among the
members of society
Opportunity Cost
Whatever must be given up to obtain some item
Marginal Chang
price ceiling
a legal maximum on the price of a good or service
price floor
a legal minimum on the price of a good or service
taxes
the government can make buyers or sellers pay a specific amount on each
unit
not binding - has no effect on the market outc
productivity
the quantity of goods and services produced from each unit of labor input
physical capital
the stock of equipment and structures that are used to produce goods and
services
human capital
the knowledge and skills that workers acquire through e
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Badirov Fatkhullo
U1510017
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1. I said to my friend that tomorrow I have a day off in my work, he didnt believe me, but I
was deadly serious
2. In a first quiz from Academic English I was desperately unlucky that I got the lowest score
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NAME :
Fatkhullo Badirov
Section: 15-2
The Great Gatsby Comprehension Questions Chapters 1-4
Chapter 1
1. Who is the narrator? Where is he from?
The narrator is Nick Carraway. He is from Minnesota
2. How does Nick know Daisy? Tom?
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INHA UNIVERSITY TASHKENT
DEPARTMENT OF CSE & ICE
SPRING SEMESTER 2017
SOC 2060 - COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
HOME ASSIGNMENT 5
Submitted by
Student Name Fatkhullo Badirov
Student ID U1510017
Group : 15-2
1. 8088 8-bit port can address 28 = 256 ports, and 16
A) 1. First we have wired up the circuit on the breadboard.
It looks like this-
2. We discharged the capacitor.
3. Our time constant t is equal to R1 x C1= 200k x 100uF= 20 sec.
4. When we measured several times, we obtained the following results:
Time co
INHA UNIVERSITY TASHKENT
DEPARTMENT OF CSE & ICE
SPRING SEMESTER 2017
SOC 2060 - COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
HOME ASSIGNMENT 4
Submitted by
Student Name: Badirov Fatkhullo
Student ID: U1510017
Group : 15-2
Sophomore
INSTRUCTIONS :
- Answer All the QUESTIONS
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Ti, i=1, 2, 3, 4 for the plate shown in the figure.
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integrating factor.
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ECO 105 (2015 Spring)
1. (a) Since f is a valid probability density function, we must have
Z 2
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0
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March 17, 2010
Class # 16: Sampling Distributions and The Central Limit Theorem.
Reading: Section 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5 of Devore.
A random sample of size n is typically denoted as X1 , X2 , . . . , Xn . Statistics are typically calculated
from this sample, a
Probability
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Random experiments
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Sample space
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cannot be predicted in advance.
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Random experiments arise of natural ph
Masters Written Examination
Option: Statistics and Probability
Fall 2015
Full points may be obtained for correct answers to eight questions. Each numbered
question (which may have several parts) is worth the same number of points. All answers
will be grad
Reservoir Engineering
2. Properties of Gas / 1
Properties of Gases
Def. of gas: homogeneous fluid of low density and low viscosity, which has
neither shape nor volume but expand to fill the vessel
Behavior of Ideal Gas
Definition
1) ignore the volume of m