Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Andrew Paizis is an energetic professor that has a lot of positive qualities. However, students have trouble understanding what he has to say due to his Greek accent, as well as the way he inflects his voice. Regardless, he provides anecdotal references that ground the economic concepts he teaches in reality, which is helpful in gaining a base-level understanding of how economics affects our lives.
The basic concepts of introductory microeconomics and how to more effectively run a firm are few of the key points that this course has taught me. The decisions that market-takers have to make when considering a competitive market are helpful insights that will assist me in the future of my career.
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Advice for students:
Definitely do the reading, as the concepts that you learn can only be truly understood if you apply it to real world events and memorize the causation of certain concepts. Drawing the graphs again will help solidify the relationships of specific values have, such as marginal cost equalling marginal revenue etc.