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Hey guys! If you happened to miss any of his classes, I did my best to write down everything he said in class. Feel free to ask me questions if you need something clarified!
1/14/15-1/26/15. Basic Economic foundations, models, and the Production Possibility Curve.
I have compiled notes from weeks 2 and 3! Sorry about the delay!
Econ 200 chapter 2 notes
These are all of the essentials. Study these if you don't want to fail.
This is a collection of detailed notes from all class lectures and chapter readings. I got a 95% on the exam one just by studying these notes, so I guarantee you will do well on the test if you understand this material.
Beginning of unit 2- Marginal Utility
Production Possibilities Curves and absolute and comparative advantage.
These notes incorporate lectures and chapters 1-2. Materials are simplified, and expressed in simplistic format. Terms are also thoroughly defined and applied with examples. This will better familiarize you with the foreign economic tongue your professor seems to be speaking - let's face it- Economics is it's own language! So consider these notes as your own personal cheat sheet.
Supply and Demand notes as well as info from Guest Speaker on advertising.
This study guide incorporates all the key terms and concepts from chapters and lectures 1-5. All terms are organized within a color coordinated table with explanations and examples. This study guide is designed for those delayed studiers who are limited in time before the exam.
This week was mostly working on understanding supply and demand curves, including surplus and elasticity.
Cumulative notes on the key points discussed in lectures for Exam 1.
Price Ceilings and Floors
On utility and costs
These notes cover what we went over of Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 in class.
Chapter 1 notes from class lecture
Lecture notes from the first week of Intro to Weather and Climate. Includes a step by step example of a 1S1P as well.
These notes cover the first 3 weeks of class.
These notes cover what we went over of Chapter 3 in class.
Lecture notes from Chapter 2
Lecture notes from Chapter 3
the notes are from last week on thursday, chapter 3
These notes cover Chapter 4.
Lecture notes from chapter 4
Notes covering chapter 4
Notes covering most of chapter 5
Inn class lecture notes from chapter 5
Written out problems from online study guide from D2L along with an outline and key points from each chapter
This is a simple review
This is a quick study guide for Exam 1. For examples and such, you should refer to the review on D2L.
These notes cover what we went over of Chapter 5 on Tuesday.
These notes cover Chapter 7 and a bit of Chapter 8.
These notes cover one lecture discussing Chapter 8.
These notes cover Chapter 9.
These notes cover Chapter 10 and the beginning of Chapter 13.
These notes cover chapters 10 and 13.
These notes basically covers the Review Sheet that Mateer posted on D2L. For the exam, looking over this, as well as looking through the lectures, will be helpful. You should definitely try to get ahold of the IQ questions, too.
Exam 2 Study Guide
These are short notes from the beginning of Chapter 17 that we covered in class on Thursday. (Tuesday was the exam)
These notes cover just a bit of Chapter 17 and some of Chapter 19. I was absent on Thursday so I got notes from a friend.
These notes cover the end of Chapter 19 and most of Chapter 20.
These notes cover part of Chapter 20 and Chapter 24.
These notes cover up to the first exam of the semester.
The whole semester's note
This study guide covers chapters 1-5 and is based off the review sheet Dirk uploaded to D2L.
Describes the five foundations of economics
红色 重要 红 Chapter 1 1
These notes chapter topics discussed in chapter 5 and are applied in homework.
Chapter 10 notes
Cover main topics discussed in chap 11 and homework
These are the notes for chapter 1 of economics 200 with Wayne Geerling. It talks about the 5 foundations of economics and scarcity