Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This information provided in this course is relevant to any field one works in. The analysis of economic behavior inspires a student to stay up to date on current events which will be seen in a new light while inviting one to be more conscientious about their financial decisions. The graphs are great examples of math topics many struggle with but have practical applications and enlightenment about the real world.
Highlights of this course: distinguish between Micro and Macro Economics, understand how supply and demand work, distinguish between the different models a firm operates under. Other topics in this course are the allocation of scarce resources, resource pricing, costs of production, marginal reasoning, and opportunity cost.
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Advice for students:
Advice for students entering Principals of Microeconomics is to take one's time with understanding the graphs, learn the characteristics of the main subjects, learn what makes the supply and demand curves move, take great notes, ask questions, youTube and google what you don't understand.