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These are detailed notes from week 5's lecture, and I hope you find it helpful and easy to understand material!
These are detailed notes from week 7's lecture including some of the book terms that'll be helpful for the practice and quiz questions. I hope you find it helpful and easy to understand! :)
In addition to Mr. Hunt's practice questions, this study guide contains key information (formulas.etc.) from Chapter 13, 15, 16, 17, and 18. I've taken notes from the lectures, quizzes, book, and SmartWork's videos to compile a comprehensive study guide.
In addition to Mr. Hunt's practice questions, this study guide contains key information (formulas.etc.) from Chapter 6, 13, 15, 16, 17, and 18 (the chapters that are going to be on the final exam). I've taken notes from the lectures, quizzes, book, and SmartWork's videos to compile a comprehensive study guide. :)
Here are concepts that will be covered on the Exam 1 Wendsday February 17th .
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Notes one Ch 6
These notes cover chapter 7 of Macroeconomics. They are from class lectures, notes, and the book.
These notes cover chapter 8 of Macroeconomics. They are from class lectures, notes, and the book.
A full review of major topics and equations reviewed in class.
This is a study guide containing vocabulary and notes for Exam 1.
these notes are from ch7
study guide for up coming exam
Covers Fiscal policy, government taxes, the uses of money, M1&M2, Marginal tax, progressive tax, monetary policy and much more
These notes cover GDP's parts, price levels, formulas for calculating GDP, and some GDP uses and limitations.
These notes explain the features of Business Cycles, economic movements, and business cycle graphs.
These notes cover the bulk of material on Chapter 7, covering the different types of unemployment, how unemployment can be changed, the labor force, and all essential formulas for this chapter.
This was the study guide I used for the First Exam.
These notes are from Tuesday and Thursday, covering all the dates listed on the top of pages and the problems which were modeled and explained in class on Thursday. They explain how the model moves and shifts with different changes in the economy.
Models include LRAS, SRAS, GDP, and Price Level.
These notes are from in class notes, the book, quizzes, and the powerpoint from this chapter.
These notes are from class lectures and the book.
These notes are all of in-class chapter 15, Monday and Wednesday.
These notes cover all of Chapter 15, including the practice problems done in-class on March 9, 2016. This chapter is the last of the chapters appearing on next exam. It includes ALL the definitions, math, etc that is in chapter 15.
These notes cover chapter 17 from the book and powerpoint.
These notes are from in class lectures, Power Points and the book. CHAPTERS 15-18
Discusses consumer and producer surplus and deadweight loss.
Hey guys! These are last weeks notes, sorry I posted them up so late but here they go!
These notes cover Chapters 11 and 12 from in-class lectures and the book.
This is all of the vocabulary and equations from the entire semester.
These notes cover week 1: 9/22 & 9/24
Notes from 8/29 lecture about GDP
GDP part 2 notes from 8/30/16
Chp. 7 Notes pt. 1
Chp. 7 Unemployment Pt. 2 from 9/12/16
Notes over Exam 1 topics.
The blue pen represents examples. Green is for terms and definitions. The orange is for topics discussed in Chapter 2 and Chapter 6 (19). The purple is for topics under Chapter 7 (20), Chapter 8 (21) and Chapter 9. The black pen represents explicit details. Any questions, comments, or concerns. Please feel free to email me. firstname.lastname@example.org.
These contain all of the in class notes regarding exam 2.
These notes cover material from Chapter 6 (19 in Economics).
These notes cover content on savings, IRs, and other areas of the chapter
These notes cover content from Chapter 7.
This study guide covers content from Chapter 11, 13, 14, 15, and 16 for the exam on November 14th, 2016. The red details terms and definitions. Purple indicates chapters. Baby blue for examples. Italics for formulas. Other colors are used to show importance or highlight.
These notes cover material for the final exam.
This includes all information for the final on December 12th.
Prefer to Chapter 3 and 6
Covers chapter 1, 2, and 3 for ECON 2105
these notes cover week one of class
these notes cover what we learned week 2
these notes cover what we went over during week 3
these notes cover what we went over during week 4
This covers what will be on exam 1.