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Notes February 4, 2016

by: Cameron Martinez

Notes February 4, 2016 Econ 2020

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Cameron Martinez
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Intro to Microeconomics
Dr. Campbell
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Date Created: 02/05/16
Cameron Martinez 4 February, 2016 Intro to Microeconomics Announcements:  First exam next class meeting; bring a pencil, calculator  Bonus practice quiz on ecourseware adds extra points toward your final grade  Ch.4 hw due tomorrow Review: - Price elasticity of demand shows the percentage change in demand by the percentage in price. - Price elasticity of demand has different variations of elasticity, see book for examples. Notes Ch. 5 Elasticity **Starts with graphs that illustrate the difference between relatively elastic and relatively inelastic + perfectly elastic and perfectly inelastic graphs**  Midpoint formula – calculates the average of change of elasticity with a formula. **Midpoint formula is exemplified and used on the board**  At the top end of a demand curve, demand is relatively elastic.  At the bottom of a demand curve, the demand is relatively low’ TR – Total Revenue…


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