Homework Assignment #1
ECO 3203, Fall 2013
Instructions: Answer each of the following questions. Show your work wherever possible, and
justify your responses wherever appropriate.
Due: Friday, September 20th at the beginning of class
1. Consider the follo
Homework Assignment #3
ECO 3203, Fall 2013
Instructions: Answer each of the following questions on separate paper. Be sure to show your
work wherever possible and to justify your responses wherever appropriate.
Due: Wednesday, December 4th at the beginnin
Homework Assignment #1
ECO 3101, Fall 2011
Instructions: Answer each of the following questions on separate paper. Be sure to show your work and
justify your answers wherever appropriate.
Due: Friday, September 16th at the beginning of class
1. Use a supp
Homework Assignment #2
ECO 3203, Fall 2013
Instructions: Answer each of the following questions. Show your work wherever possible, and
justify your responses wherever appropriate.
Due: Friday, October 25th at the beginning of class
1. According to classic
Problem Set #3
ECO 3101, Fall 2013
1. Use the definitions of the various measures of cost to fill out the following table.
q
1
2
3
4
5
6
TC
18
TVC
TFC
AC
MC
AVC
16
10
66
10
18
108
2. Consider a firm that produces output from capital and labor according to
Problem Set #2
ECO 3101, Fall 2013
1. Consider the following utility functions:
U(x, y) = xy
U(x,y) = 3x + 6y
U(x,y) = 20x1/2 + 2y
a. Fixing y at 4, what is the marginal utility of X when x is 10, 20, and 30 for each utility function?
b. Do these utility
Problem Set #1
ECO 3101, Fall 2013
1. Use a supply/demand diagram to illustrate how each of the following shocks would affect the price
and quantity sold of coffee. Draw a separate diagram for each shock.
a.
b.
c.
d.
The price of tea (a substitute for cof
FIU Fall 2013
Exam 1: International Business MAN4602
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1138 - MAN4602 - International Business - Sections RVC & RPC - Fall 2013
Exam 1(1)
10/13/13 9:39
CHM1045_Study_Guide_Chapters_3_4
1.
Calcium fluoride, CaF2, is a source of fluorine and is used to fluoridate drinking water. Calculate its
formula mass.
A. 118.15 g/mol
B. 99.15 g/mol
C. 78.07 g/mol
D. 59.08 g/mol
E. 50.01 g/mol
2.
Calculate the molecula
Week 3
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Position, Velocity, and Acceleration
Learning Goal: To ident
Week 1
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PSS 1.2 Unit Conversions
Learning Goal: To practice Problem-So
Week 2
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Finding the Cross Product
The figure shows two vectors
You ar
Week 4
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Understanding Work Done by a Constant Force
Learning Goal: T
CHAPTER 0
Before Calculus
EXERCISE SET 0.1
1. (a) 2.9, 2.0, 2.35, 2.9
(d) 1.75 x 2.15
(b) none
(c) y = 0
(e) ymax = 2.8 at x = 2.6; ymin = 2.2 at x = 1.2
2. (a) x = 1, 4
(d) x = 0, 3, 5
(b) none
(c) y = 1
(e) ymax = 9 at x = 6; ymin = 2 at x = 0
3. (a) ye
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