Lecture 5 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
September 4, 2012
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Table of contents
1
Handout Chapter 1. Unconstrained Optimisation via Calculus
1.1: Functions of One Variable
2
Chapter 8
8.6: The Extreme Value T
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Tutorial 9
The problems below are for your September 22/23 and October 6/7 tutorials.
Part 1
In the last tutorial, you already maximized/minimized some functions whose dom
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Tutorial 8
Problem 1
Analyze whether the following functions are concave or convex. (Try to apply
some of the different methods of showing concavity/convexity that we disc
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Tutorial 3
Problem 1
Let A ( Rk . We say that a function f : Rk \A R can be continuously
extended (to Rk ) if there is a continuous function g : Rk R such that f (x) =
g(x
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Tutorial 6
Problem 1
d(u(x,y)
dt
Calculate the derivative
if
1
1
u : R2+ R, (x, y) 7 x + 4x 4 y 2 3y,
x : R+ R+ , t 7 t3 , and
y : R+ R+ , t 7
1
t
Solution: The derivat
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Tutorial 5
Problem 1 (compare SB Examples 14.2, 14.3, 14.9 and 14.11)
3
1
The production function of a firm is f : R2+ R, (K, L) 7 4K 4 L 4 . Currently, the firm is using
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Tutorial 2
Problem 1
Draw the following sets. Explain whether they are open and whether they are
compact, and determine their sets of interior points and boundary points.
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Tutorial 7
Problem 1
Classify each of the following matrices according to its definiteness.
3 1
0
8 2 2
5 4 0
A = 1 4 0 ; B = 2 6 1 ; C = 4 5 0
0
0 3
2 1 2
0 0 2
Solution
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Tutorial 4
Problem 1
x
You are given the function f : D R, (x, y) 7 e y + ln(x2 + 1), where D is
the largest domain D R2 on which f is well-defined.
(a) Determine D.
Solut
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Lecture 1-2 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
September 11, 2012
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Table of contents
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Chapter 4
4.2: Basic Denitions
4.3: Graphs of Functions
4.4: Linear (and Ane) Functions
4.6-4.10: Other real functions you
Lecture 7 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
September 10, 2012
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Table of contents
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Unconstrained Optimisation via Calculus
Functions of Several Variables
2
Unconstrained Optimisation via Calculus
Functions of
Lecture 3 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
August 30, 2012
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Chapter 7
7.1: Implicit Dierentiation
7.1: Implicit Dierentiation
Sometimes functions f are dened implicitly by an equation R(x, y ) = 0.
Such funct
Lecture 4 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
August 30, 2012
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Table of contents
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Preliminaries
The Space R2
2
Chapter 11
11.1: Functions of Two Variables
11.2: Partial Derivatives with Two Variables
Directiona
Part 3: Constrained Optimization
Mathematics II
Vadym Lepetyuk
based on teaching materials by Josefa Toms
Departamento de Fundamentos del Anlisis Econmico
2011-12
Vadym Lepetyuk (UA)
Part 3: Constrain
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Tutorial 1
1 Two-Valued Logic: A Very Brief Review
Every sentence expressing a proposition is either true (t) or false (f). Formally, such
sentences are all we deal with i
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Tutorial 8
Problem 1
Analyze whether the following functions are concave or convex. (Try to apply
some of the different methods of showing concavity/convexity that we disc
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Tutorial 5
Problem 1 (compare SB Examples 14.2, 14.3, 14.9 and 14.11)
3
1
The production function of a firm is f : R2+ R, (K, L) 7 4K 4 L 4 . Currently, the firm is using
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Tutorial 6
Problem 1
Calculate the derivative
d(u(x,y)
dt
if
1
1
u : R2+ R, (x, y) 7 x + 4x 4 y 2 3y,
x : R+ R+ , t 7 t3 , and
y : R+ R+ , t 7
1
t
Problem 2
Suppose tha
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Tutorial 7
Problem 1
Classify each of the following matrices according to its definiteness.
3 1
0
8 2 2
5 4 0
A = 1 4 0 ; B = 2 6 1 ; C = 4 5 0
0 0 2
0
0 3
2 1 2
Problem
Lecture 8 ECON2050
Carlos Oyarzun
November 5, 2012
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Table of contents
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Unconstrained Optimisation via Calculus
Positive and Negative Denite Matrices and Optimisation
1.4: Coercive Functions and Glob