1. Learning the principles of macroeconomics can help you make better decisions in both your
personal and professional life.
True
False
2. If consumer confidence falls and unemployment rises, what happens to the probability of a
recession?
It goes up
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Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. A new machine with a purchase price of $94,000, with transportation costs of $8,000, installation costs of
$5,000, and special acquisition fee
Chapter 10 Financial Markets and the Economy
A bond represents a borrowers debt; bond prices are determined by demand and supply.
The interest rate on a bond is negatively related to the price of the bond. As the price of a bond
increases, the interest
Major macroeconomic policy tools
In dealing with problems such as inflation and unemployment, the Federal government
has a number of policy tools at its disposal.
The two most important:

Fiscal policy

Monetary policy
Fiscal policy tools
To stimulate t
Macroeconomics in our personal lives
Macroeconomics helps you make important decisions:

Is it a good time to switch jobs?

Should you ask for a raise?

Go buy that new house now or wait?

Get a fixed or variable rate mortgage?
Macroeconomics in our p
Matty Moroun, Detroit's Border Baron
It is not every day that a billionaire is sentences to jail time. The list is short, but it
includes metro Detroits Martha Stewart and Alfred Taubman. According to the article by
Susan Berfield, trucking and logistics
University of Bridgeport
ECON 201
Professor Sagner
Vladislav Paskas
3/6/2012
Short Paper Assignment # 1
Economic Crisis in USA
Minimal amount of time spent in USA, unable me to look at the task that is ahead
as widely as I should, but in my work I will tr
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Chapter 8 Economic Growth
Economic growth is the process through which an economys production possibilities curve
shifts outward. We measure it as the rate at which the economys potential level of output
increases.
Measuring economic growth as the rate
Chapter 7 Notes
Potential output is the level of output an economy can achieve when labor is employed at its
natural level. When an economy fails to produce at its potential, the government or the central
bank may try to push the economy toward its poten
Chapter 3. Demand and Supply Notes
The quantity demanded of a good or service is the quantity buyers are willing and able to buy at
a particular price during a particular period, all other things unchanged.
A demand schedule is a table that shows the qu
Ayman Kamal
Professor Joan Dahlen
First Year Seminar
19th March 2013
Short Answer Questions:
1. Who wrote the Allegory of the Cave?

Allegory of the Cave was written by Plato.
2. What does the cave compare to in real life?

The cave is compared to the d
Ayman Kamal
Professor Joan Dahlen
First Year Seminar
28th February 2013
A book is quite the way of life. A good book can make you cry, laugh or even at times makes you
fall for the characters. One of my English professors Mr. Hendrickson said, You live th
Polynomials
Chapter 5
1
A polynomial is a sum of one or more terms, where each
term consists of a constant and one or more variables raised
to some nonnegative integer exponents.
Any polynomial is a function of the form
F(x)=a0xn+a1xn1+a2xn2+an
,
where a
StudentNameTakeHomeTestDate:MATH
105
1. Which, if any, of the plotted points, A, B, or C, belong to the function graphed below?
(2 points)
2. Find the x and yintercepts and graph. (3 points)
x + 7 y =6
3. Find the equation of the line that contains the
Polynomials
Chapter 5
1
A polynomial is a sum of one or more terms, where each
term consists of a constant and one or more variables raised
to some nonnegative integer exponents.
Any polynomial is a function of the form
F(x)=a0xn+a1xn1+a2xn2+an
,
where a
UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT
Student Syllabus
Fall Semester 2012
MATH 105 6TR1A Intermediate Algebra
Instructor: Tatyana V. Guralova
Class Schedule. Lecture: Tuesday, Thursday 06:00PM  07:15PM, in Dana Hall of Science,
Room 123
My Office is located in Dana
Scientific Notation
Chapter 5
1
In technical and scientific work we often
encounter numbers which are either very large or
verysmallinmagnitude.
Exampleofscientificnotation.
Themassoftheearth:
6.01024kilograms(kg)=
6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000kg
2
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FACTORING
Chapter 6
1
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra states :
Any polynomial with real coefficients can be split
into the product of linear or quadratic factors.
To factor a polynomial is to find an equivalent expres
Properties of the Real Numbers
Chapter 1
1
The Commutative Laws
ForAddition.
Foranynumberaandb,
a+b=b+a
(Changingtheorderofadditiondoesnot
affecttheanswer.)
6+5=5+6
2
x+7y=7y+x
For Multiplication
Foranynumbersaandb,
ab=ba
(Changingtheorderofmultiplication
AymanAkifKamal
ARTHistoryTermPaper
October23,2012
Assignment:Takethreepicturesinfrontof3differentpiecesof
artworkandwritetwoparagraphsforeachartwork.
StatueofLiberty
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York
Ayman Kamal
Professor Elizabeth Appel
English 10112
4th March 2013
Dinosaurs in Science
It is the 21st century we are living in, science and technology has advanced like never before.
Science is basically a way of knowing but in P.B. Medawars words, The
Ayman Kamal
Professor Elizabeth Appel
English 10112
5th April 2013
Ignorance
What would you do if you found out you only had a couple of months to live? A person who
has struggled all his life just for the hope of a better future, starting from selling c