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To examine how financial markets such as bond, stock, and foreign exchange markets work
To examine how financial institutions such as banks,
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Chapter 2: Budget Constraint
1. Budget Constraint: graphical representation of all the combinations of
goods & services that a c
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Chapter 4:
1. Demand Function: relates price and quantity. Give the optimal amounts of
each of the goods as a function of the pr
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Chapter 4:
1. Some Types of Preferences for Goods
a. Perfect Substitutes
i. Quantity over quality
ii. Red pencil vs. blue pencil
With the millions of poems that have been published over the years, many of them try tom impart
certain ideas or philosophies unto the reader. Carl Sandburg concisely summarizes this with his statemen
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A quartet of swordsmen surrounded him, rushed at him with their shields
raised their weapons flailing. Krodin leaped at one of the men,
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Mentally she was exhausted, but physically she still felt as fresh as she had
that morning. It took something a great deal more stre
Cuando yo sea grande, quiero ir a Alaska. Alaska es el estado ms grande en
los Estados Unidos, pero tiene una poblacin de slo setecientos diez mil
trescientos veintiuno. En el pasado, hubo un puente d
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Afterthesecondinvasionofterroristrobotsthiscentury,peopleallacrossthe
globe are concerned with t
Q: Who was Abu Bakr?
A: Abu Bakr was a senior companion and Muhammads father-in-law. He ruled
over the Rashidun Caliphate from 632-634 CE when he became the first Muslim
Caliph after Muhammad's death.
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Sunni-Shia strife has seen a major uptick, particularly in Iraq, Afghanistan and
Pakistan. Many explain the bloodshed as the work of conspiracies by outsiders "the forces of hegemony and Zionism which
Born on opposite sides of Italy, Sacco and Vanzetti both arrived in America in 1908. They
meet in Boston at an anarchist meeting In May, 1917 and later head to Mexico to evade
conscription. They retur
To be an Euler Path, a shape must cross each line once and only once. To do so, the
shape must not have any odd vertices. For example, this rectangle has 4 corners.
Each corner is a vertex, and each v
Line Segment - Section of a line connected to two vertices; doesnt extend
infinitely in any direction.
Vertex-Any given point that begins or ends a line.
Euler Path - A shape that has no odd vertices;
To be an Euler Path, a shape must cross each line once and only once. To do so, the shape must not have any odd
vertices. For example, this rectangle has 4 corners. Each corner is a vertex, and each v
Line Segment - Section of a line connected to two vertices; doesnt extend infinitely in any direction.
Vertex-Any given point that lines intersect or connect.
Euler Path - A shape that has no odd vert
Another form of the Euler Path is the Euler Circuit. To be an Euler Circuit would
be to have two odd vertices, start and end at two different vertices, and cross every
other line once and only once. A
Another form of the Euler Path is the Euler Circuit. To be an Euler Circuit would be to have two odd vertices, start
and end at two different vertices, and cross every other line once and only once. A
Graph Theory is the study of graphs. Graphs are mathematical structures used to
model pairwise relations between objects of a certain collection; in Graph Theory,
it refers to collections of vertices
Graph Theory is the study of graphs. Graphs are mathematical structures used to model pairwise relations between
objects of a certain collection; in Graph Theory, it refers to collections of vertices
Leonard Euler was a Swiss mathematician and physicist, spending most of his life
in Russia and Germany. He is famed for his discoveries of Graph Theory in
Konigsberg, Prussia. He was also famous for d
Leonard Euler was a Swiss mathematician and physicist, spending most of his life in Russia and Germany. He is
famed for his discoveries of Graph Theory in Konigsberg, Prussia. He was also famous for d
Topology is a recent (becoming important in the 20 th century) and increasingly
major area of mathematics concerned with spatial properties that are preserved
continuous deformations of objects. Such
Topology is a recent (becoming important in the 20 th century) and increasingly major area of mathematics
concerned with spatial properties that are preserved continuous deformations of objects. Such
Konigsberg was a city separated into sections by the Pregel River; two islands
were separated from the two sides of the mainland and each other by a split in the
river as it reaches Konigsberg. To tra
Konigsberg was a city separated into sections by the Pregel River; two islands were separated from the two sides of
the mainland and each other by a split in the river as it reaches Konigsberg. To tra
The Konigsberg Bridges were translated into a simple shape by Leonard Euler. In
this form, it did not resemble a geographical area; it was shaped more like a
triangle or two cones than anything else.
The Konigsberg Bridges were translated into a simple shape by Leonard Euler. In this form, it did not resemble a
geographical area; it was shaped more like a triangle or two cones than anything else.
Lance didnt know how far hed gone the road signs were streaking by
too fast. A bug slammed into his forehead. Thats sixteen.
He was amazed that the bike had held together, but knew that it was a
matte