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Homework 7
1. A tax levied on the buyers of a good shifts the
a. supply curve upward (or to the left).
b. supply curve downward (or to the right).
c. demand curve downward (or to the left).
d. demand curve upward (or to the right).
2. Buyers of a product
Math 2B : Midterm # 2 Sample
This exam consists of 5 questions and 90 total points. The point value of each problem is indicated. Read
directions for each problem carefully. Please show all work needed to arrive at your solutions. Clearly indicate
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Econ 15B
Kent Johnson, Fall 2015
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Exam 3 Stuff
Note: For the exam, if the relevant quantile or p-value cannot be determined
from the table of t-distributions, use the z-table instead. (But note also,
that because of symmetry about 0, the
Enterprise
Marketing
Edward Gallagher MBA
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Identifying Market Segments
and Targets
Review:
Marketing is expensive, time consuming and
resource intensive.
Resources, time and money are limited
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Target your market: Ide
Econ 15B: Review and Transition
Kent Johnson, Fall 2016
Below are some basic elements of probability that you should already be
familiar with. They represent some key links between the basics of probability and statistics; they will be used freely through
Math 2B Dr. C. Famiglietti
* Section 6.2: Inverse Functions The inverse of the function y = f ( x ) is y = f -1 ( x ) . Comments:
1 since -1 is a superscript and not an exponent. f ( x) Only a one-to-one function has an inverse (wh
Math 2B Dr. C. Famiglietti
* Section 6.3: The Exponential Function The inverse of the natural logarithmic function (presented in Section 6.1) is the natural exponential function y = e x , where e 2.71828. Since the two are inverse functions, the gr
Math 2B Dr. C. Famiglietti
* Section 6.1: The Natural Logarithm
y = ln x is the natural logarithmic function (which means e y = x , where e is a constant approximately equal to 2.71828..).
The graph of y = ln x is shown below and has the following
Math 2B Dr. C. Famiglietti
* Section 5.4: Arc Length and Surface Area Arc Length (length of a curve) df If f = is continuous on [ a,b] , then the length of the curve (i.e., arc length) dx y = f ( x ) on a x b is:
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Micro Ch 11 Public Goods and Common Resources
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Government policy can potentially raise economic well-being
a. in all markets for goods and services.
b. in e