Intermediate Microeconomics
Homework Set 5: Consumers Surplus and Market Demand
(Due 10/18 at the beginning of class)
Exercise 1
A consumer has quasilinear preferences and his ordinary demand function
Intermediate Microeconomics
Homework Set 6: Intertemporal Choice and Competitive Equilibrium
(Due 11/01 at the beginning of class)
Exercise 1
There are two goods in this economy, Cigarettes and all ot
Homework #5 (due on Tuesday, 11/25/14 at the end of class)
[31 POINTS IN TOTAL]
PART A (EQUITY): Fisher Companys stockholders equity section on December 31, 2013 is
as follows:
Stockholders' Equity
Co
Choice
Rationality
Rational decision maker choses the
most preferred alternative from those
that are available, makes an optimal
choice.
The available choices constitute the
choice set.
Which is the
Symbols for Preference Relations
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SUCCEEDS
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U+0050
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GREATER-THAN SIGN
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SUCCEEDS OR EQUAL
Chapter 15
Market Demand
From Individual to Market
Demand Functions
Think of an economy containing n
consumers, denoted by i = 1, ,n.
Consumer is ordinary demand
function for commodity j is
x*j i (p1
Competitive Equilibrium in
an Exchange Economy
Exchange
Two consumers, A and B.
Their endowments of goods 1 and 2
are A
A
A
B
B B
( 1 , 2 ) and ( 1 , 2 ).
A
B
E.g. ( 6,4 ) and ( 2, 2).
The total qu
Consumers Surplus
Monetary Measures of Utility Gains
In a market for gasoline, a consumer
can buy as much gasoline as they
wish at $1 per gallon.
Q: What is the highest price the
consumer would pay t
Chapter 16
Equilibrium
Market Equilibrium
A market is in equilibrium when total
quantity demanded by buyers equals
total quantity supplied by sellers.
Market Equilibrium
Market
p
demand
q=D(p)
D(p)
Ma
Revealed
Preference
Molly W. Dahl
Georgetown University
Econ 101 Spring 2009
1
Revealed Preference Analysis
Suppose we observe the demands
(consumption choices) that a consumer
makes for different bud
Revealed Preferences
Revealed Preference Analysis
Suppose we observe the demands
(consumption choices) that a
consumer makes for different
budgets. This reveals information
about the consumers prefere
Intermediate Microeconomics
Homework Set 4: Demand and Revealed Preferences
Not Due
Exercise 1
Maries utility function is u(x1 , x2 ) = mincfw_3x1 +2x2 , 2x1 +5x2 , where x1 is the number
of units of
Intermediate Microeconomics
Homework Set 3: Optimal Choice
Deadline: Friday, September 29, 1:45pm.
Submission options:
in person during lectures or TA sessions;
in Octavia Ghelfis mail box at 19 Wes
Alice Siyu Wu
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Summary of Lecture 1
Institutions, being the major determinant of economic performance and key factor in
understanding cross country differences in prosperity
Alice Wu
Karl Storchmann
Urban Economics
Problem Set #5
1.) a.) Rent
x (distance from the market)
The graph is linear and its slope is negative and decreasing.
b.) Revenue = 2.5(2500) = 6250
Bid-rent
Alice Siyu Wu
Karl Storchmann
Problem Set #4
1.)
Inputs
Steel
Beer
Local
Labor
Import
s
Total
Steel
Local
20
30
10
150
40
Bee
r
0
20
10
90
20
0
20
40
80
10
Households
(labor)
0
240
40
0
20
Export
s
25
Alice Siyu Wu
Natural Science II: Earth, Life and Time
Chapter 12 Homework
12.1) The first hard-bodied organisms appeared during the Cambrian Period, a few tens of
millions of years ago. And the theor
Alice Siyu Wu
Section 006
Chapter 11 Homework
11.1) The initial ingredients used in the Miller-Urey experiment were a mixture of the gases
ammonia, methane, water vapor and hydrogen which were thought
Alice Siyu Wu
Karl Storchmann
Problem Set #6
1.) a. The overall property is $380,000 and the zoo costs $19,000 $19,000/$380,000 =
0.05. Therefore the tax rate will be 5%.
b. Overall property : $8,000
Undergraduate Econometrics: Problem Set 2
0. Book Problems 1.4, C.1, ?C.4, D.1, ?D.3, D.11,
1. Some Math Review
a) Prove that
N
X
(Xi X)Q
=0
i=1
=
for any constant Q and where X
1
N
PN
i=1 Xi .
b) Use
Mathematics of Finance
Lecture 1
Joseph Cerniglia
January 23, 2018
Course Information
Lectures
I
I
Tuesdays, Thursdays. 5:00-6:15PM,
CIWW 102
Recitations
I
I
Fridays, 9:30-10:45AM
CIWW 317
Adjunct Pro
Terms
Financial instruments are monetary contracts between parties. Financial Instrument is a general terms
with wide applicability. Often financial instruments are characterized as cash (currency), e
Mathematics of Finance.,UA 250
Homework #1, Spring 2018
4 point for each problem
1.1 What is the effective interest rate when the stated interest rate is 11%?
(a) compounded semiannually;
(b) compound
Mathematics of Finance.,UA 250
Homework #2, Spring 2018
5 point for each problem
1.1 Suppose that the risk-free interest rate is 10% per annum with continuous compounding and that the dividend yield y
Inventories and COGS
What we will cover
1. Basic Definitions and T-Accounts
2. Accounting for Inventories and COGS
3. Converting LIFO Inventories and COGS to
Replacement Costs (Fair Market Value or FI
Net Revenues and Receivables
Topics Covered
1. Net Sales and Net Revenues
2. Definition of Receivables
3. Accounting for Expected and Actual Bad
Debts
4. GAAP vs. Tax Rules
5. Banks and Universities:
The Balance Sheet
What We Will Cover
1. Accounting definitions of assets, liabilities
and shareholders equity
2. How Assets and Liabilities are Valued
3. Unrecognized Assets and Liabilities
4. Transac
Long-term Debt
What we will cover
Bond valuation
Bond buybacks
Solvency and Leverage Ratios
Introduction to Bonds
Bonds are formal certificates of debt that promise to a
specified amount of intere
The Income Statement: How Well
the Firm Did Over a Period of
Time
What we will cover
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Definition of Revenues and Sales
Definition of Expenses
Other Income
Dividends
Accounting f
Introduction to Econometrics
Lecture 1: Math Review
Sharon Traiberman
September 6, 2017
Sharon Traiberman
Econometrics: Lecture 1
September 6, 2017
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Goals for this Course
The objectives of this
The Time Value of Money
Present Value
Future Value
Annuities
What we will cover
What is finance? How does it apply to you and to
corporations?
What is the time value of money?
How do we do future a
MATH-UA.120 HW1
25 points total.
Write full, clear solutions to the problems below. It is important that the logic of how you solved these problems is clear. Although the final answer is important, be
NYU MATH-UA.120 Discrete Math, Midterm Exam
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