INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS
What is Microeconomics?
Microeconomics (from Greek prefix micro- meaning "small" + "economics") is a branch of
economics that studies the behavior of individual households and firms in making decisions o
FIN3CSF Case Studies in Finance
Semester 2, 2014
Case Study 2: Financial Analysis and Forecasting
1. Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the company Horniman Horticulture
Strengths: the core strength of Horniman lies in its ability to generate double
Q 1 : Can a constant growth model be used ?
Ans : 3M (MMM), a diversified technology company has a global presence in a lot of
Industrial and Transportation;
Consumer and Office;
Safety, Security and Protection Services;
Quantity of the subject
A. A universal proposition has a universal subject.
B. A particular proposition has a particular subject
Quantity of the predicate
A. An affirmative proposition has a particular predicate
B. A negative proposition has a universal p
Lecture 1 Introductory Concepts
Introductory concepts and principles
Environmental Quality Standards
Environmental Quality Monitoring
What is Environment?
c.1600, "state of being environed"; sense of
SEATWORK / HOMEWORK
Direction: Use one sheet per problem and show the necessary figure with clear and
complete solution. Box your final answer & round-off to 2 decimal places.
1. A cars velocity as a function of time is given by V (t) = 3+ 0.1t2 (m
Welcome to 4th Q!
HUM 17 Introduction to logic with critical thinking
Prof. Dr. Christine Carmela R. Ramos
1. What is logic?
2. Are the following arguments correct?
A. Birds fly.
X is a bird.
X flies (penguin or ostrich)
B. Birds fly.
The sparrow flies.
Lecture 2: Environmentalism
Bonifacio B. Magtibay, CE, EnSE
A movement to protect the environment by
Advocacy for the preservation, restoration
and/or improvement of the natural
Bonifacio B. Magtibay, C
Global Resources and
One of the major causes of war
- conflict in the ownership or use of natural
resources for livelihood or economic
What are resources?
Any material which can be used directly to
Numerical Methods Using Excel to Solve by Iteration
Using finite differences to approximate a solution to a differential equation leads to a system of n+1 equations with n+1
unknowns. Such systems can be solved using a variety of techniques: Elimination a