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## Principles of Microeconomics

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# Principles of Microeconomics EC 201

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Graphing Review Lecture Notes August 28 2006 I Linear functions A Functional form 1 y mx b Ex Consider the budget constraint with the functional form y 2x 12 14 12 Slope 2 m 10 D O 8 6 Michelle s budget 4 constraint 2 I I I I I o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B Slope 1 Given a unit change in the horizontal axis the slope is the value by which the vertical axis will change while moving along the curve 2 In the functional form above m is the slope of the line 3 Given two points on a curve one may compute the slope using the quotrise over runquot technique a Slope riserun y2 y1 x2 x1 Ex Given points A and E one may compute the slope riserun 6 8 3 2 2 4 Extreme cases a The slope of a vertical line is infinite A The slope of a vertical line is infinite VARIABLE y VARIABLE x b The slope of a horizontal line is zero The slope of a flat horizontal line is zero VARIABLE y VARIABLE x C Intercepts 1 Vertical or y intercept a When x is equal to zero at what value does the line cross the vertical axis b In the functional form above it may be seen that if x 0 then y b therefore b is the yintercept Ex In the example the yintercept is b 12 2 Horizontal or x intercept a When y is equal to zero at what value does the line cross the horizontal axis b In the functional form above it may be seen that if y 0 then x bm therefore bm is the xintercept Ex In the example the xintercept is bm 12 2 6 II Interpreting curves A We are able to call a linear function a curve as it a specific case of a curve one in which the slope is constant B In most curves the slope will change as one moves along the curve 1 At a point along the curve we may compute the slope by using the quotrise over runquot method by choosing a second point very close the the original Ex Consider the following production possibilities curve Production possibilities 100 curve 9 g 80 l l E m 60 Z 3 D 40 2O O l l l 20 4O 6O 80 100 BUTTER TONS 1 At point E 70 70 we may compute the slope by choosing a second point 71 69 that is very close to the original and calculate riserun 69 70 71 70 1 Riie 69 70 3 Run 71 7o 72 E 70 68 66 l l o 68 7o 72 2 At point A 90 40 we may compute the slope by choosing a second point 91 38 that is very close to the original and calculate riserun 38 40 91 90 2 Rise38 40 Run 91 90 c 46 44 42 A 40 38 36 I l A 0 86 88 90 92 3 Notice that the slope has changed from point E to point A C Beware of a graph39s scale EX The curves presented below are identical A B 12 Michelle39s 24 budget 10 constraint 20 Michelle s budget constraint NUMBER OF CDS PURCHASED NUMBER OF CDS PURCHASED l o NUMBER OF DVDS PURCHASED NUMBER OF DVDS PURCHASED

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