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    Jul 17, 2016
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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Everyone should take a course in economics. Economics teaches you valuable skills that you will need in life from budgeting to buying a car and so much more. It teaches you how to deal with stocks and where to go for the best loans and interest rates. It also explains how unions work and why we have them. Furthermore, it helps keep you knowledgeable about how companies like to take advantage of people especially college students and helps you not make those mistakes.

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    I learned a lot about supply on demand on the micro and macro level and how our country works through GDP (gross domestic product). It also gave me a rather good understanding of how and why things are priced the way they are.

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    6-8 hours

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    Make sure to keep up with your work. That’s a common thing said to students but it especially goes for this class. Economics build off of each other. Supply and demand turn into aggregate supply and demand which turns into short run aggregate supply and demand which turns into long run aggregate supply and demand. You never stop using what you were taught you only expand upon it so make sure to keep up with your work and make sure you understand the basics.

    • Spring 2016
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