Unit Review Calendar Fall 2015
Please note that room locations are subject to change. Locations in italics are not yet confirmed. Consult the URP schedule on the
course website for the most updated information and watch for e-mail updates if changes to th
I drink about 2 Gallons of water. My home has 3 persons.
2 3 number of people in the home
= 6 Gallons per days
7 days
= 42 Gallons per week
4 weeks of per month
=168 Gallons per month
12 months of per year
= 2016 Gallons per year
I use electric kettle
I use about 4 Gallons of water to refill the toilet tank. So about 10 Gallons per day for one person.
I use 4032 Gallons per year
My faucet of kitchen cannot be closed completely. So I use a basin to hold water. So I can use the
water to flush toilet. I c
Zhong zhuang
Macroeconomic
Professor Robillard
9/22/2013
1. Opportunity costs: in order to get something and give up something else the
greatest value; I think it could be understood as a choice in the face of multi-program
decisions, the highest value of
Xavi Lai
Lai1
Professor Ndeye Diallo
Adv Writing
11 April, 2013
Fantastic Culture
One day, my friends ask me " Do you have compare some culture between about two country ?", I
hesitated a millisecond too long and search some information from Internet. How
Today, I want to introduce some customs about Chinese wedding.
First of all, before getting married, most of bridegrooms will buy an apartment for the
braid. Chinese think the apartment is very important. We usually choose to buy a
house rather than rent.
What is more, the life style is also different between china and America. Because of
most of people are busy in china, so our pace of life is fast. We even have to work at
weekend. When it comes to diet, Chinese usually choose to eat more light food, such
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I use Humidifier every day. My humidifier can fill about 1 gallon water.
I used to tune into the biggest regarded switch. So I used 1 gallon water
every day.
1 7 days
= 7 Gallons per week
4 weeks of per month
=28 Gallons per month
12 months of per year
Economics 10a
Information about the October Exam
Fall 2015
Content:
The exam will cover all of Unit I (Introduction), Unit II (Supply and Demand) and Unit III
(Markets and Welfare) up to and including the material listed on the syllabus for Monday,
Septem
Economics 10a
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FALL 2015
Answers to Problem Set #1
1. She should go her own way. To get the highest average grade, she wants to
maximize
Unit Review Calendar Fall 2015
Please note that room locations are subject to change. Locations in italics are not yet confirmed. Consult the URP schedule on the
course website for the most updated information and watch for e-mail updates if changes to th
Topic: Taxes & Subsidies: Incidence on Consumers or Producers
Outcome: Explain with Graphs how
elasticity of demand determines how
the incidence of a tax or subsidy is split
between a consumer & a producer.
Subsidies:
Draw up 2 S & D models. 1 with inela
Multi Criteria Supplier Selection Using
Fuzzy PROMETHEE Method
Ozlem Senvar, Glfem Tuzkaya and Cengiz Kahraman
Abstract The fundamental objective of supply chain management (SCM) is to
integrate various suppliers to satisfy market demand. Supplier evaluat
Economics 10a
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FALL 2015
Answers to Problem Set #2
1. Roger is right. Elasticity of demand is not constant along a straight line. To
co
APMTH 21a Lecture 13
Stewart 11.3 - 11.4
Theorem 1. Clairauts theorem (equality of mixed partials)
Suppose f is dened on a disk D that contains the point (x0 , y0 ). If the functions fxy and
fyx are both continuous on D, then
fxy (x0 , y0 ) = fyx (x0 , y0
APMTH 21a Lecture 12
Stewart 11.3
Denition 1. If f is a function of two variables, its partial derivatives are the functions fx
and fy dened by
f (x + h, y) f (x, y)
h0
h
f (x, y + h) f (x, y)
fy (x, y) = lim
h0
h
fx (x, y) = lim
Notation!
If z = f (x, y)
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FALL 2015
ECONOMICS lOa
October Exam Review Materials
The first in-semester exam in this course will take place on Wednesday, October
7th at 7:40 p.m. The "October Exam Memo" document on the course website inform
APMTH 21a Lecture 11
Stewart 11.1 - 11.3
Denition 1. The level curves of a function z = f (x, y) are the curves with equations
f (x, y) = k, where k is a constant (in the range of f ).
Denition 2. The level surfaces of a function w = f (x, y, z) are the s
Outline
Topic: I want to introduce some customs about Chinese wedding.
Body
1. Before getting married, most of bridegrooms will buy an apartment for the braid.
2. When Chinese people just started contact with western culture, people like to wear
western d
Zhongzhuang(stacy)
Summary
This article describes a research about newborns cries. According this research,
people found clear differences in the tone and pitch of the babies' cries. Angela
Friederici thinks that babies can respond to noise and can sense
UNIT III: COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
Monopoly 11/19 Oligopoly Strategic Behavior
Market Structure
Perfect Comp No. of Firms Output Profit Efficiency infinite MR = MC = P No Yes Oligopoly (>)2 ? ? ? Monopoly 1 MR = MC < P Yes ?
Oligopoly
We have no general theo
UNIT III: COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
11/12
Monopoly Oligopoly Strategic Behavior
Monopoly
Market Structure Monopoly Multiplant Monopoly: 1 Firm 2 Plants Price Discrimination: 1 Firm 2 Markets Next Time: Duopoly
Market Structure
So far, we have looked at how c
UNIT II:
Firms & Markets
10/22
Theory of the Firm Profit Maximization Perfect Competition Review 11/5 MIDTERM
Perfect Competition
Is it true that the rational pursuit of private interests produces coherence rather than chaos, and if so, how is it done?
UNIT II:
FIRMS & MARKETS
10/15
Theory of the Firm Profit Maximization Perfect Competition Review 11/5 MIDTERM
Profit Maximization
Last Time The Long-Run and the Short-Run Firm and Market Supply Perfect Competition (Part 1)
Last Time
We saw last time th
UNIT II:
10/8
FIRMS & MARKETS
Theory of the Firm Profit Maximization Perfect Competition Review 11/5 MIDTERM
Theory of the Firm
Today we will build a model of the firm, based on the model of the consumer we developed in UNIT I. Where consumers attempt t