INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS-ECON 101-H3B (Home assignment due 9/27)
ANSWER ALL 25 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
1. Decision making "at the margin" means making a choice based on _ of a decision.
a. the total benefits
b. the total costs
c. comparing the tot
Extra Credit 2 Chapter 5
3a) Year of experience.
b) Variable is salary
c) Salary would be on the y-axis
b) 3 and 4 show a negative,
c) 2,3,4 show some straight-line connection
HW # 1
1a) False because we cannot eliminate sampling error by selecting an unbiased sample, sampling errors
are expected to bias and that we cannot eliminate them completely.
b) True because randomization is a defense agai
Econ 208 - Solution to Practice Questions: The
Solow Growth Model
October 12, 2016
1. Write down the initial equations of the Solow growth model. Explain what every equation means.
The Production Function equation, which shows
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ECON201 EXAM 1 STUDY QUESTIONS
Prof. Leon M. Guendoo, PhD
This set of examination study questions is being provided by your instructor as a courtesy and not
an administrative requirement.
The questions cover the subject matter
Informality, Corruption, and Inequality*
(Preliminary, October 2011)
University of Bath, UK
Monash University, Australia
The paper looks at the determinants of the size of the informal sector. We argue that
By Charles I. Jones
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Penn State University
In this chapter, we learn:
What inflation is, and how costly it can be.
How the quantity theory of money and the
classical dichotomy help
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Inflation is defined as a sustained increase in the general level of prices for goods and
services, including wages, in a country, and is measured as an annual percentage change.
Under conditions of inflation, the
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Q1. Suppose the consumer price index takes the following values:
P2018 = 110
P2019 = 113
P2020 = 118
P2021 = 120
P2022 = 125
Calculate the inflation rate for the years 2019, 2020, 20121 and 2022.
Example: In 1950 a g
Prices and Market:
Must look at two things: Producer and Consumer
Market; doesnt necessarily need to have a physical location such as Amazon.
Demand: Represents the behavior of buyers. There a lot of factors, how much of the
particular product would you b
Elasticity and its applications
We know there is an inverse relationship between price and quantity demanded.
But how much does quantity demanded change when price changes?
Elasticity of demand; a demand curve is elastic when an increase in price reduces
The price system: signals speculation, and prediction:
When the price is high it gives you a signal that
Great economic problem is we have a lot of desires, unlimited desires.
Market link the world:
Ex; Valentines Day involves coordinating: whats interest
Private solutions and government solutions to externality
Individual affects other people.
Private cost= a cost paid by the consumer or producer. Is the price you pay for
goods such as buying a radio from a store.
External cost= a cos
Why do we trade?
Because youre expecting some type of benefit, it isnt just between individuals.
2. Specialization, productivity, and the division of knowledge.
Modern economies require more knowledge than can exist in a single brain.
Without trade ther
Equilibrium: state of balance
When Q-supply= Q-demanded at a certain price, the market is in Equilibrium,
The amount consumers would purchase at this price is matched exactly by the
amount producers wish to sell.
This is equilibrium pri
Instructor : Sori Yoo
We cannot eliminate sampling error by selecting an unbiased sample.
Sampling error or sampling variability is the natural tendency of the
randomly drawn samples to differ one from another.
ECON 101 Introduction to Macroeconomics
First Midterm Exam Sample Questions
Chapter One Ten Principles
1. Which of the following is
a. The word economy comes from the Greek word for rational thinker.
b. Economists study the management of scarce r
Increased Demand Increases Interest Rates
Increased Rates Reduce Demand
Demand Pushes Rates Up (as Less Money Available When People use it all.
The System Balances Itself because then the higher price of borrowing money (higher rates(, makes demand drop b
CHAPTER 5 ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS:
1. Define classical conditioning.
(also known as Pavlovian or respondent conditioning) refers to a learning procedure
in which a biologically potent stimulus is paired with a previously neutral stimulus.
1. WHAT IS A NEURON?
The basic building block of the nervous system.
2. WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF A NEURON? (Define each term)
A neurons bushy, branching extensions that receive messages and cond
1 Rules and laws serve many purposes necessary for a thriving society, including the punishment
of wrongdoers, the resolution of disputes, the promotion of the common good and moral
habituation. The fact that every organized social institution, including
AP CALCULUS FORMULA
1 cos x
2. Definition of the derivative:
f ( x) lim
f a lim
f x h f x
f x f a
3. Continuity: f is continuous at c iff lim f ( x ) f (c ). when lim f ( x) exists; f (c) is
Many people believes that while you were sleeping. Your brain took a break in
the same time. Based on the research from the scientists, we know it was a
misunderstanding of our brain. When we are sleepin
MACRO TEST 1:
Production Possibilities Curve
Law of Increasing Costs
Division of Labor
Capital Intensive Production
Labor Intensive Production