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Public Economics 440/540
Midterm Exam.
November 19th 2008
Instructions. Please answer each of the four questions below in the space provided. Each question is worth
25 points there is also a bonus question worth 15 points.
1. The following question
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University of Oregon
EC 340: Issues in Public Economics, Spring 2015
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Public Economics
Christopher J. Ellis
Department of Economics,
The University of Oregon.
Spring 2004
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Math Notes for Economics 440/540.
Spring, 2000
Professor C. Ellis.
Below you will nd the math techniques needed to successfully complete Economics 440/5540.
Preliminaries.
The Roots of a Quadratic equation.
If we have the quadratic equation
ax2 + bx + c =
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Public Economics 440/540
Midterm Exam I.
October 14th 2010
Instructions. Please answer each of the four questions below in the space provided. Each question is worth
25 points. There is also a bonus question worth an additional 15 points.
1. The fol
Consumption E ciency
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Production E ciency
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P&C E ciency - Robinson Crusoe
3
P&C E ciency
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Fundamental Theorem - Consumption
5
Fundamental Theorem - Production
6
Fundamental Theorem - P&C I
7
Fundamental Theorem - P&C II
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Lindahl Voting
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Math Exercises for Economics 440/540.
Spring, 2000
Professor C. Ellis.
Below you will nd math problems to help you practice the techniques needed to successfully complete
Economics 440/5540.
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1. y = 4x3
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