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# Physics 101 Week 1 Class Notes PHYSICS 1011

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Objects in motion
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David Horne
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Physics, newton, gravity
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ECON202 Exam 3 (Chapters 7-9) Review/Study Guide Exam 3 will cover material from chapters seven through nine. The following study guide lists the concepts to focus on for each chapter. Chapter 7  Types of Profit o Accounting Profit  Define it  Calculate it (Accounting Profit = total revenue – explicit cost) o Economic Profit  Define it  Calculate it (Economic Profit = total revenue – explicit cost – implicit cost)  Types of Cost o Know how to calculate TFC, AFC, TVC, AVC, TC, ATC, and MC o Know how to complete the cost table o Know how to graph the basic cost curves (ATC, AVC, AFC, and MC)  ATC is “stacked” AFC and AVC  AVC is a “U”  ATC is a “U”  ATC is always above AVC  MC is a “check”  MC crosses ATC at its lowest point  MC crosses AVC at its lowest point Chapter 8  Rules for perfectly competitive markets o Many buyers and sellers o Homogenous products o No barriers to market entry or exit o No control over price – causes firms to be price takers  Relationship between perfectly competitive market demand and individual firm demand o Individual firm faces flat demand curve  Determining optimal price and quantity o Profit is maximized when quantity made and sold by a firm is the quantity where MR  curve intersects MC curve  Calculating/graphing profit (steps) 1. Id optimal quantity 2. Id optimal price  3. Calculate Total Revenue (optimal price * optimal quantity) 4. Id ATC at optimal quantity 5. Calculate Total Cost (ATC at optimal quantity * optimal quantity) 6. Calculate Profit (Profit = total revenue – total cost)  Explain why perfectly competitive firms should expect normal profits (\$0 econ profit) in long­ term  Use ATC, AVC, MC, D, and MR to determine if a firms that cannot earn a profit will shut down  or operate at a loss o If will operate at a loss, what is the loss Chapter 9 – Part 1 ***No natural monopoly, are monopolies good/bad, or regulating monopolies questions.  These  types of questions will be included in exam 4***  Rules for monopoly market o One sellers o NO close substitute for product o Significant barriers to market entry  How monopoly markets are maintained o Economies of scale o Control of factor of production o Government franchise, patent, or copyright  Why monopolists face downward sloped demand and marginal revenue  ID profit with monopoly market graph – use the six steps (above)

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