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Econ 3710 Advanced Microeconomics; Assignment 1
Assignment 1, worth 10%, has two components: a written assignment (worth 6%) and an
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Econ 3710: Advanced Microeconomics
Assignment 1, WINTER 2006
Answer all questions. This assignment is due in class on Thursday February 16,
2006. It is worth 10% of your overall mark in this course J.A. Amegashie
1. Given the utility function, U = XOSYO'S
Econ 3710, Advanced Microeconomics, Fall 2007, ASSIGNMENT 2
Due in class Thursday October 18, 2007. This assignment is worth 5% of your
nal mark. Explain your answers.
1. Bertille has the utility mction U = 10xmym. As usual 1, PK, and Py are her income an
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Econ 3710: Advanced Microeconomics
Winter 2008 MIDTERM
This midterm is worth 30% of your final mark. Show how you obtained your
answers. You have Bil-minutes
1. Consider an individual with utility function U = ln(x) + y. The initial pri
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3. False. A monopolist will not produce in the inelastic portion of the
University of Guelph, Winter 2014
Econ 3710 Advanced Microeconomics; Midterm 1
This assignment is worth 20%Iof your nal mark. Answer all Questions and show how you
obtained your answers. You have 80 minutes
1. Jessica has the utility functions U = J; + 2]
ECON 3710; SOLUTION TO MIDTERM 2, Winter 2014
1(i). To determine who is more risk-averse, we can use either the Arrow-Pratt measure of
absolute risk-aversion or the measure of relative risk-aversion. Let's use the absolute riskaversion measure which is:
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Econ 3710.02, Advanced Microeconomics, Fall 2002, MIDTERM
This midterm is worth 30% of your nal mark. Answer all questions. Show how
you got your answers. You have 50 minutes.
1. Jane has the utility function, U = uXY, where or is a positive constant. She
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ECON 3710: ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS, ASSIGNMENT 3
Answer ALL questions. Due in class on November 15, 2007. Each question is
worth 20 marks.
1. Suppose a students nal mark, m, in Econ 3710 depends on the number of hours,
h, spent stu
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Econ 3710, Advanced Microeconomics, Winter 2007, ASSIGNMENT 1
Due on or before Friday February 9, 2007 no later than 4pm on that day. Thi
assignment is worth 10% of your nal mark. Explain your answers. -
1. Consider an individua
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University of Guelph, Winter 2014
Solutions to Econ 3710 Advanced Microeconomics; Assignment 1
In the answer key to the assignment above, I wrote the following statement:
"Question 3: Will solve this problem in class on Tuesda
University of Guelph, Winter 2014
Solutions to Econ 3710 Advanced Microeconomics; Assignment 1
Each sub-question of a question is worth 10 marks. So 4.14(a), (b), (c), (d) are each worth 10
marks. 4.12 (a) and (b) are each worth 10 marks. 3(i), (ii), (iii