MA100, Fall 2010: Outline and Homework PART 2: Intro Calculus (Weeks 6 to 12) Textbook: Stewart's "Calculus, Early Transcedentals", 6th Edition Week 6: Limits and continuity Section 2.1 (The tangent and velocity problems), Exercises: 1, 5, 7 Section 2.2 (
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CHAPTER 8: BUSINESS CYCLES
INTRODUCTION
This chapter is the first of four that discuss the business cycle. It discusses the facts about business cycles, Chapter 9 then develops a basic IS-LM model of the economy, Chapter 10 emphasizes the MundellFlemin
C HAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this chapter is to give you a general introduction to the main concepts in macroeconomics. In Section 1.1, the major issues in economics are discussed-growth, business cycles, unemploy
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[7] Equations and Inequalities Note: In this Chapter, unless otherwise stated, all variables (all x, y, , z etc.) are considered real numbers. 1. Equations Solving an equation does not always lead an answer that consi
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
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MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
Functions - Exercises-1 1) Which of the sketches a) to f) represent functions? For each sketch representing a function, state the function's domain and range. 2) Find the domain of the functions: 2x2 - 5x a) f (x) = 2
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Functions - Exercises - 2 1) Which of the diagrams a) to f) represents a function? If a function, state its domain, range and whether it is one-to-one or onto. (Why? for all questi
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
Review Exercises [1] Find the equation of the line through (1 , 4) and slope -3. [2] Determine the domain of the functions: a) f (x) = x+5 1 + 5 - 2x x b) f (x) = ln(2x - 7) c) f (x) = 6 1 - 5x
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MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
Trigonometry - Exercises 1) Represent on the trigonometric circle the points corresponding to the angles: a) b) 3/2 c) - /2 d) 4/3 e) 7/2 f) - 5/2 h) - 11/3 i) 1273/3
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MA100, Fall 2010: Outline and Homework PART 1: Precalculus (Weeks 1 to 5)
Week 1: [1] The Set of Real Numbers: online notes [2] Elements of Logic: online notes [3] Rational numbers: online notes Week 2: [3] Rational numbers (cont.): online notes [4] Linea
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MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[6] Polynomial and algebraic expressions 1. Polynomials, polynomials' degree, leading coefficient, operations Definition A monomial is a mathematical expression of the form a X n , where a R \ cfw_0 and n N cfw_0. The
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[5] Exponents and radicals 1. Exponents and their rules Let a > 0 and n N. The number an = a a a . . . a (n times) denotes the nth power of a. The number a is called the base, and n is called the exponent. By definiti
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[4] Linear Equations and Inequalities. Absolute Value 1. Linear equations Definition A mathematical expression of the form ax+b where a, b R is called a linear expression. For instance, 3x - 7 is a linear expression w
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C HAPTER 2: THE MEASUREMENT AND STRUCTURE OF THE CANADIAN ECONOMY
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2 is all about numbers-those that describe the economy. First, Section 2.1 discusses the general idea of the national income accounts and talks about the relationships
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This chapter's main goal is to provide the background ofa theoretical model of the economy that is developed throughout the textbook. The discussions of the labour market and production functio
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MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[1] The Set of Real Numbers
1. Sets in general. Notations A set is a collection of objects, called the elements or members of the set. The elements of a set are listed between braces (curly brackets). The elements of
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[2] Elements of Logic 1. Statements in general Definition In math, a statement is a declarative sentence that can be true or false, but not both. Example: "4 is an even number" is a true statement. Example: "The Earth
MA100, Fall 2010, PART 1: Precalculus
[3] Rational numbers 1. Fractional and decimal notations As you have learned in high school, rational numbers are numbers obtained as ratios of integers. Rational numbers can be written in two forms: 1 - as ratios (or
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