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# Day 1 Notes ECON 2022

Paige Holub

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Preview for what you can expect from a very interesting Micro-economics class. If you have questions about empirical activities in class, contact me as paige.dewitt-holub@ucdenver.edu!
COURSE
Principles of Microeconomics
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Brian Duncan
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Class Notes
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2
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Economics, Microeconomics, scientific method, economist
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Date Created: 01/30/16
Paige DeWitt­Holub Intro to Microeconomics: Lecture Days 1 1/20 Lecture #1: I. The Syllabus II. Math Requirements III. Intro to Microeconomics IV. Economics and the Scientific Method II. Math Requirements: ­writing down models in the ‘language’ of math •calculus usually involved in economics •slope of straight line (slope = △y[change in y]/△x[change in x] or rise/run y=10­1/2x , y=b (y­intercept)­m (slope)x △y/△x = ­1/2 y= ­1/2△x •Area: Rectangle = bh = 4x3 = 12slope △y/△x Traingle = 1/2bh = ½(6)(3)=9 ­you will never be asked to find the area of something more than a straight line, as that is  calculus III.  Economics/Economists: How do people make situations decisions based on the frameworks  we’re in? ­rationality ­game theory (biologists, economics) ­is benevolent behavior(s) amongst animals good? *economics is the scientific study of decision­making Macro vs. Micro­economics: Micro is the assemblage (aggregate) of many micro­level  decisions, a firm, a country ­a decision is being made, thus many thousands of little decisions ­economics is a way of thinking (Macro is the study of typically national decisions, such as the stock market or diplomacy) The Scientific Method: Coming up with theories, a method for arising at conclusions­>           ex. precedent and analogy for something like people who fall off buildings? ­testimonial, guessing for conclusive data *start  Observations (experiential/empirical research, maybe to test if assumptions are not true)  <­ Reality (too complex) ­> Models ­> Predictions (based on assumptions almost by definition  always wrong) ­different models can be better… (once a better model is created, the old one will be replaced) ­do the predictions meet the observations??

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