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HO CHI MINH CITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Test
Semester 3, Academic year 20112012
Duration: 60 minutes
(1) Let
A=
2
1
2
2
4
3
2
0
1
1
;
B :=
0 2 3 9
0 1 1 20
.
Find AB.
(2) Evaluate, showing the details of your work.
14 2 5
(a) 2 0 8
5 8 2
Find the inv
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Chapter 11
Product Differentiation
Are There Too Many Breakfast Cereals?
At your local supermarket there are likely over 200 different kinds of readytoeat (RTE)
breakfast cereals.1 Pour into a bowl, add milkor not depending on your tastesand voila,
brea
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Topic 7. Oligopoly: Price and Quantity Competition
Topic 7
Oligopoly:
Price and Quantity
Competition
Storchevoy M. A. Managerial Economics. 2016
Topic 7. Oligopoly: Price and Quantity Competition
Plan
7.1. Game Theory: Basic Concepts
Game Types
Strategi
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Topic 6. Bundling and Tying
Topic 6
Bundling
and Tying
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Topic 6. Bundling and Tying
Plan
6.1. Bundling
* Word and Excel (1)
Definition
Examples
Alternative Explanations
* Word and Excel (2)
Pure and Mixed Bundlin
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Topic 4. Price Discrimination
Equilibrium of the monopolist
D
MC
MR
What else can be done to increase profit?
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Topic 4. Price Discrimination
Topic 4
Price Discrimination
Storchevoy M. A. Managerial Economics. 201
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An Introduction to Linear Algebra
Lecture 1: Matrices and Linear Systems
by Associate Professor Pham Huu Anh Ngoc
April, 2015
I. Matrix and operations
Definition:
An m x n matrix is a rectangular array of numbers arranged in m rows
(horizontal lines) and
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10 October 1999
SHORT COURSE ON NONLINEAR PRICING
Robert Wilson 3
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Authors address: Stanford Business School, Stanford, CA 943055015.
Phone 6507238620; Fax 7257979. Internet: rwilson@stanford.edu.
These course notes are derived from a book published