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Econ 1200 Week of 1/11 Notes

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Econ 1200 Week of 1/11 Notes 1200

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These notes are just from the first week, so there's not much. It just the basics.
Principles Of Microeconomics
Andrew D. Blazsik
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Economics, econ 1200, university of toledo, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics




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Date Created: 01/13/16
Econ 1200 Week of 1/11 Notes Terms:  Economics: Social science that studies the choices that individuals, businesses and governments  make as they cope with scarcity.  Micro: Small decisions on how businesses are influences by the government.  Macro: Study of the economy on a large scale. (Country, world)  Scarcity: Condition that arises because wants exceeds the ability of resources to satisfy them.  The inability to satisfy all our wants.  Goods and Services: the objects and actions that people value and produce to satisfy human  wants.  Trade­off: Giving up one thing for another.  Opportunity Costs: The best thing you must give up to get something else.  Margin: Choice made by comparing all relevant alternatives. The last item sold, or one specific  unit.  Marginal Costs: The opportunity cost of one single unit.  Marginal Benefit: The benefit of a one­unit increase in an activity.  Slope: y/x = rate of change. Ch. 2 1. Consumption of goods and services a. Everything we purchase in the market 2. Capital Goods 3. Factors of production  a .     Land, labor, capital Ch.3 1. Production Possibilities a. A limit on what can be produced b. c. The blue line is called the Production Possibility Frontier: a boundary between the combinations of goods and services that can be produced and the combinations  that cannot be produced.  i. Points B, D, and C are all attainable because they are on the blue line.  ii. Point A is not an efficient point, but it is attainable.  iii. Point X is not attainable due to limited resources/scarcity.  d. Opportunity cost formula: What you’re giving up/what you’re getting e. To attain something that is not attainable, increase capital and labor.  f. Comparative advantage: If it is easier to produce more of one product to trade  with another country for another product that they are giving up.  g. i. If you jump from Point X to Point A, that is called a Free Lunch: anytime  you get something without giving up something else.  h. Absolute Advantage: Whoever is better at producing the product will do it.


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