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1. Suppose the price of A is $3, the price of B is $5, the consumer's income is $30, and the
consumer's level of satisfaction is measured by A + B. The consumer's income
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Math Exercises I
Economics 711
Javier Espinosa
September 5, 2012
1. Condense the following expressions (here, x = times):
a. w4 x w15
b. wa x wb x wc
d. z3 / z-3
c. w3 x y3 x z3
e. (w1/2 x w1/3) / w2/3
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Microeconomics for Graduate Students
Math Exercises II
Rochester Institute of Technology
Javier Espinosa
1. Consider the following functions:
i.
y = f ( x)
ii. q = g (l , m)
iii. z = ax b y1 b
a. Find the 2nd and 3rd derivatives for (i).
b. Find the 2nd-o
Course: Econ203_Fall08, 01:220:203:05
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1. Consumer preferences:
A) are dictated by his budget constraint.
B) indicate how a consumer would rank any two possible baskets of goods, taking into
account her b
Microeconomics for Graduate Students
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Due October 8, 2012
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Textbook problems
Chapter 3: 8, 19, 22, 25
Chapter 4: 1, 6
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M p1 x1
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1. Suppose that a typical driver's utility for car repairs, R, and other goods, X, can be given by RX u(R, X) = R+X (a) Use the Lagrangian to solve for the utility maximizing number of car repairs. Let the amount of
ECON 201, Prof. Hogendorn: Hour Exam #1
You have 1 hour to complete the exam. Have a good break!
1. Suppose that a budget equation is given by p1 x1 + p2 x2 = m. The government decides to give a lump sum subsidy of $600, a quantity tax on good
1 of t, and
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2. Assume a monopolist faces a market demand curve P = 100 2Q, and has the short-run total cost function C = 640 + 20Q. What is the profit-maximizing level of output? What are profits? Graph the marginal revenue, marginal cost, and demand curves
Notes on 3rd Degree Price Discrimination
4. A monopolist which produces in two different markets, where the two sets of consumers cannot engage in arbitrage (i.e. cannot buy or sell the monopolist's good from each other) and can be distinguished by the mo