EXERCISE 3
DEMAND AND SUPPLY GRAPHS
What caused the decrease in Q from
5 to 3?
#price increase.
Does this represent movement
along a curve or a shift?
#curve
Does ceteris paribus apply here?
no
Describe the effect of an increase in
labor cost on the suppl
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS & MACROECONOMICS
Math Quiz
1. National savings is equal to the sum of private savings and public savings. To make our
notation a bit easier, we will call national savings S, private savings V, and public savings U. So
in other
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PART IIIa MACROECONOMIC STABILITY, INSTABILITY, AND FISCAL POLICY
GROUP EXERCISES LECTURES 8  9
LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Construct the aggregate demand and aggregate supply model of the macroeconomy and use it to illustrate macroecono
Chapter 7
Sets; Counting Techniques
Section 7.1 Learning Outcomes
Identify relations between pairs of
sets
Find the union and intersection of
two sets
Find the complement of a set
Use Venn Diagrams
Section 7.1
The study of probability begins with
coun
Section 4.3 Simplex Method
Solving Minimum Problems in Standard Form
Using the Duality Principle
Learning Outcomes
Determine
a minimum problem is
in standard form
Obtain the dual problem of a
minimum problem in standard
form
Solve a minimum problem in
sta
Section 7.5 Conditional
Probability
Chapter 7 Probability
Learning Outcomes
Find conditional probabilities
Find probabilities using the Product Rule;
Intersection of Events
Find probabilities using a tree diagram
Show two events are independent
Find the
Chapter 5  Finance
Section 5.2
Annuities; Sinking Funds
Review of Section 5.1
In the previous section, we studied how to
compute the future value of an investment
when a fixed amount of money is deposited in
an account that pays interest compounded
perio
Chapter 3: Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life

Lipids: unlike carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids, lipids are NOT polymers.
 Lipids are NOT polymers but they are macromolecules.
 3 families of Lipids:
(1) Fats
(2) Phospholipids
(3) Stero
Review for Lecture Exam 3
Chapter 9 Cell Cycle
 Cell Division is also known as Cell Reproduction, in other words, each cell is capable to divide,
split, or reproduce into two daughter cells.
 DNA Duplication (also known as Chromosome Duplication)
 Chr
Review for Lecture Exam I
Chapter 1: Introduction: Evolution and the Foundations of Biology
 A hierarchy of biological organization: atoms >>>> biosphere
 Atoms
 Molecules
 Organelles
 Cells
 Tissues
 Organs
 System
 Organism
 Population
 C
Review for Lab Exam 3
BIOL.1406
Unit 11: Lab Experiment #1, pp. 137138 AND Unit 12: Lab Experiments #1 and #2, pp. 145148
(from Lab Manual)





In humans, 99.9% of human DNA sequence (the sequential order of G, A, T, and Cnucleotides) are the s
1
Current Market Conditions Competitive Analysis
Matthew A. AguilarTorres
University of Phoenix
Economics 365
Mr. Reynaldo Caratao
January 23, 2017
2
ECONOMICS: Current Market Conditions Competitive Analysis
According to Barkham, J. and Patrick M. (2012)
Market and Economics
Matthew A. AguilarTorres
University of Phoenix
2
MARKET AND ECONOMICS
The reason why equilibrium of supply and demand is desirable
Supply rises or increases the prices of the products mainly because greater profits are
earned by the
Chapter 8
Why do
Economies Grow?
Learning Objectives
1. Calculate economic growth rates
2. Explain the role of capital in economic
growth
3. Apply growth accounting to measure
technological progress
4. Discuss the sources of technological
progress
5. Asse
MacroEconomics
Mr. Villegas Carlos
Please answer all questions on a separate sheet of paper. Number your answers, but it is not
necessary to copy the question (except for tables). Explain in detail, remember economists like to see
graphs. Mon/Wed Class d
Final Review
PART 1
1) if you decide to download songs from the internet instead of buying your
textbooks and fail Econ exam, this is an example of: opportunity cost
2) say a farmer can produce 50 units of better or 30 units of yogurt. WHta is her
opportu
Chapter 12 Review Questions
Questions:
1. Fiscal policy is carried out primarily by:
A) the Federal government.
B) state and local governments working together.
C) state governments alone.
D) local governments alone.
2. Fiscal policy refers to the:
A) man