Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 3
New York University
For Section 016: Due in class, Tuesday, September 29
For Section 001: Due in Recitation, Friday, October 2
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Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 7-Solutions
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For Section 016: Due in class, Tuesday, November 3
For Section 001: Due in Recitation, Friday, November 6
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Assignment 5, Math for Economics I (28 points)
Due Friday, October 17, in recitation
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Math for Econ I, Homework Assignment 7
Due Friday, March 28th
New York University
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Math for Econ I- Practice Problems
New York University
5. Product, Quotient, and Chain Rules; Implicit Dierentiation
1. Compute derivatives for the following functions. You do not need to fully simplify your answers to (c) and (d).
(a) x1 (x2 + 1) x
x+1
(
Practice Midterm 1, Spring 2014
Math for Economics I
New York University, George Hagstrom
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Math for Econ I, Homework Assignment 9
Due Friday, April 25th
New York University
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Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 4
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For Section 016: Due in class, *Thursday, October 8*
For Section 001: Due in Recitation, Friday, October 9
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Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 2
New York University
From our textbook, read sections 4.9, 4.10, 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3.
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Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 6 Solutions
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For Section 016: Due in class, Tuesday, October 27
For Section 001: Due in Recitation, Friday, October 30
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Assignment 7, Math for Economics I (28 points)
Due Friday, October 31st, in recitation
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Assignment 4, Math for Economics I (28 points)
Due Friday, October 3rd, in recitation
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Math for Econ I-Homework Assignment 1 (24 points)
Due Monday 17th of September, beginning of class
Selin Kalaycioglu
New York University
From our textbook read Chapter 4!
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Math for Econ I-Worksheet 1
Selin Kalaycioglu
New York University
1. In a California town, the monthly charge for waste collection is $8 for 32 gallons of waste and $12.32 for 68 gallons
of waste.
(a) Find a linear formula for the cost, C , of waste colle
Assignment 1, Math for Economics I (54 points)
Due Friday, September 12, in recitation
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Math for Econ I,Homework Assignment 3
Due Friday, October 3
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1. (8 pts) A person is to
Assignment 2, Math for Economics I (28 points)
Due Friday, September 19, in recitation
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Math for Econ I Homework Assignment 5
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For Section 016: Due in class, Tuesday, October 20
For Section 001: Due in Recitation, Friday, October 23
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4. Introduction to Derivatives and the Power Rule
1. Compute the derivatives of the following using the power rule. For parts (g) and (h), you do not need to fully
simplify your answer.
(a) x6
2
x2
(b)
3
(c) px
(d)
2
p
x x
Solution:
(a) 6x5
(b) 4x
(c)
3
3
Math for Econ I- Practice Problems
New York University
1. Supply and demand
1. In a California town, the monthly charge for waste collection is $8 for 32 gallons of waste and $12.32 for 68 gallons
of waste.
(a) Find a linear formula for the cost, C, of wa
WebAssign FAQ, Math for Economics I
Which license to buy
There are two options for purchasing webassign which will become available by the beginning of the semester.
You will be given the chance to purchase a license when you log in to webassign (see the
Assignment 9, Math for Economics I (28 points)
Due Friday, November 21, in recitation
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Continuity (7.8)
Jankowski, Math for Econ 1
September 22, 2014
Jankowski, Math for Econ 1
Continuity (7.8)
Warm-up
Consider the function f graphed below.
limx4 f (x) and f (4) both exist, but arent equal.
(limx4 f (x) = 1.5, f (4) = 3). We had to lift our
Math for Econ I, Homework Assignment 6
Due Friday, Nov 7th
New York University
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Course Overview
Jankowski, Math for Economics I
Math for Economics sequence vs. Calculus sequence
Math for Economics I is a course which focuses heavily on calculus.
The Math for Economics course sequence (I, II, III) is meant to replace the course sequen
By the end of Math for Economics I, a student should know the principal results of
single and several variable calculus, including calculation of derivatives, partial
derivatives of both explicit and implicit functions and solving optimization
problems in
-Conceptually understand the derivative, and compute
derivatives using the limit definition of the derivative
-Know the relationship between the graph of f and f' and
f' (i.e. given f, sketch f', etc.)
-Understand what it means for a function to be convex
When:
Exam 1 is on Wednesday, October 5 during lecture if your
lecture is on MW at 3:30p.
Exam 1 is on Thursday, October 6 during lecture if your
lecture is on TR at 8:00a.
Where:
The typical lecture hall we meet in.
Exam structure:
10-15 multiple choice
12.6/2.9/3/4/6/7.2/8
2
1.-
Find expressions for the quadratic functions whose graphs are shown.
f(x) =
2(x2)2
g(x) =
58x2+1
2.-
Find an expression for a cubic function f if f(1) = 12 and
f(1) = f(0) = f(2) = 0.
f(x) =
3.-
If the recommended adult dosage f