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LastName, FirstName
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Student #
Econ 351, Spring 2014
Homework 2
Due at the beginning of the lecture on January 30, 2014.
This homework covers materials from chapters 19 and 20 in the textbook.
E-mail submissions and late assignments will NOT be conside
ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 4
Due no later than 4:00 on Monday February 27. Late assignments will not be graded.
Hand in your completed assignment by dropping it in the return box marked ECON 351 outside of
the Department of Economics main office (BEC 360).
Only
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ASSIGNED READING FOR THIS SECTION: Chapter 24.1 and 24.2: Hoy et al. 2nd Edition
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10 Systems of Differential Equations
10.1 System of n Linear, Autonomous Difference Equations
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Econ 251 Practice Questions (Spring 2005)
Find the general solution of the given system of linear difference equations and describe
the behaviour of the solution as t for questions 1 through 8
3 2
1. x' =
2 2x
2 1
2. x' =
3 2x
2 1
3. x' =
1 2x
1
Price Adjustment with Entry and Exit (Hoy Ch.23)
1. Proof of general solutionsolution
We are trying to show that the generic
solution for the case with imaginary roots :
P@t_D = Exp@h * tD * HA1 * Cos@v * tD + A2 * Sin@v * tDL + c
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solves the differenti
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ASSIGNED READING FOR THIS SECTION: Chapter 19: Hoy et al. 2nd Edition
3. Non-Linear, First Order Difference Equation
3.1 Generic Form
The generic form of a Non-Linear First Order
Economics 351 - Spring 2012
Math Econ II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
Mid-Term Examination #1 February 2nd.
The standards and reputation of a University and its Departments are the shared responsibility
of its faculty and students. Students are expect
Final Examination
Economics 251
Math Econ II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
Spring 2004
The standards and reputation of a University and its Departments are the shared responsibility of its
faculty and students. Students are expected to observe the same
Econ 351 Mathematical Economics II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
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ASSIGNED READING FOR THIS SECTION: Chapter 23: Hoy et al. 2nd Edition
9. Second Order, Linear Differential Equations
9.1 Autonomous, Second Order, Linear Differential Equations
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Economics 351
Math Econ II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
Mid-Term Examination
Spring 2010
The standards and reputation of a University and its Departments are the shared responsibility of its
faculty and students. Students are expected to observe the s
FINAL EXAM ECON 351 SPRING 2010
Q1.
(5 points) Here are two facts:
1) If a variable y satisfies y 0.5 y , it diverges away from its steady state for any initial
value of y different from zero.
2) If a variable y satisfies yt 1 0.5 yt , it converges to its
ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 5
DUE NO LATER THAN 4:30 ON MONDAY MARCH 5.
Only a random selection of these exercises will be graded.
Exercises 16.1 (p. 707-708)
- Question 2 (a), (c), (e)
- Question 4 (b), (c), (d)
Exercises 16.5 (p. 747-748)
- Question 2 (a), (c),
Economics 351
Math Econ II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
Mid-Term Examination
Spring 2012
The standards and reputation of a University and its Departments are the shared responsibility of its
faculty and students. Students are expected to observe the s
ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 3
Due no later than 4:00 on Monday January 30th. Late assignments will not be graded.
Hand in your completed assignment by dropping it in the return box marked ECON 351 outside of
the Department of Economics main office (BEC 360).
Only
ECON 351
Assignment 2
Due by 4:00 pm on January 23 in the assignment box for econ 351 outside of BEC 363
Late assignments will not be graded and will get a score of zero.
NOTE: Only two randomly selected problems will be graded.
Solve the following proble
ECON 351
Assignment 1
Due by 4:00 pm on January 16 in the assignment box for econ 351 outside of BEC 363
Late assignments will not be graded and will get a score of zero.
For each of the following equations, indicate whether it is a differential or differ
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ASSIGNED READING FOR THIS SECTION: Chapter 21: Hoy et al. 2nd Edition
7. Linear, Autonomous, First Order Differential Equation
7.1 Autonomous Equations
7.1.1 Generic Form
The gene
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ASSIGNED READING FOR THIS SECTION: Chapter 18: Hoy et al. 2nd Edition
2. Linear, Autonomous, First Order Difference Equation
2.1 Generic Form
The generic form of a Linear, Autonomo
First Preliminary Examination
Economics 251
Math Econ II: Introduction to Dynamic Methods
Spring 2004
The standards and reputation of a University and its Departments are the shared responsibility of
its faculty and students. Students are expected to obse
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O
0.5
M
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ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 5
DUE NO LATER THAN 4:30 ON MONDAY MARCH 5.
Only a random selection of these exercises will be graded.
Exercises 16.1 (p. 707-708)
- Question 2 (a), (c), (e)
- Question 4 (b), (c), (d)
Exercises 16.5 (p. 747-748)
- Question 2 (a), (c),
ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 6
Due no later than 4:00 pm on THURSDAY March 22.
Hand in your completed assignment by depositing it in the return box marked ECON 351
outside of the Department of Economics main office (BEC 360).
Only a selection of the problems will
ECON 351
ASSIGNMENT 4
Due no later than 4:00 on Monday February 27. Late assignments will not be graded.
Hand in your completed assignment by dropping it in the return box marked ECON 351 outside of
the Department of Economics main office (BEC 360).
Only
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LastName, FirstName
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Student #
Econ 351, Spring 2014
Homework 3
Due at the beginning of the lecture on February 27, 2014.
This homework covers materials from chapters 16 and 21 in the textbook.
E-mail submissions and late assignments will NOT be consid
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LastName, FirstName
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Student #
Econ 351, Spring 2014
Homework 4
Due at the beginning of the lecture on March 6, 2014.
This homework covers materials from chapters 22 to 23 in the textbook.
E-mail submissions and late assignments will NOT be considered!