This class was tough.
He gives concrete examples of abstract concepts.
You learn the abstract underpinning of Microeconomics. You'll prove theorems and work abstract problems in a very mathematical way. You will not, however, apply micro to "real word problems" or look at current issues in microeconomics. IT is basically just the prerequisite for more applied micro courses that you will take later on.
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Advice for students:
Study calculus before you get there. Derivatives, partial derivatives, systems of equations, expected value and the Lagrangian multiplier--- just a little bit of integrals.