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ECON 410 Intermediate Theory: Price and Distribution

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    Codrin, SAAD, FINAN,REBECCA, Staff, BASAKALTAN, OZDEMIR, BURKE, MALASPINA, MISZTAL, BIGLAISER, moore, PETRANKA, JeremyPetranka, Du, MCMANUS, RyanGoodstein, ALTAN,BASAK, BRIANMCMANUS, BURK,RYAN, MichelleSheran-Andrews, SKENDER
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    May 24, 2017
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    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This is a core class for business and economics majors. I would not recommend this course if you are not consdering a focus in business or economics, more specifically finance. This class is calculus based, in which you are required to divided partial derivatives and other equations of that nature. It is also a heavy course load with a lot of material. An A is achievable but not without hardwork.

    Course highlights:

    This gave me insight into consumer thoery and firm theory. This class will teach how to optimze consumpion bundles through marginal rate of substitution. The tests are timed but are short (relatively 12 questions). Monoploy markets are also examined in the class.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Print out notes beofre class. Do besanko problems. Study a week beofre test.

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