# All Educational Materials for MGEA02H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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## MGEA02H3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 12 pages long!)

12 Page
11 Oct 2017
Mgea02 introduction to microeconomics: a mathematical approach. Topic 11 (week of nov 21) market failures (externalities & public goods) Coverage: so f
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UTSCMGEA02H3Fall

39 Page
5 Nov 2018
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UTSCMGEA02H3Fall

17 Page
11 Oct 2017
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## MGEA02H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 43 pages long!)

43 Page
29 Mar 2018
Shocks and movements to short and long run equilibrium. A period of time too short for firms to change the amount of capital equipment they are current
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UTSCMGEA02H3Fall

116 Page
30 Nov 2017
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UTSCMGEA02H3Fall

## MGEA02H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 178 pages long!)

178 Page
29 Mar 2018
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Opportunity Cost, Externality

2 Page
10 Aug 2013
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Study Guide - Economic Surplus, Demand Curve, Utility

4 Page
4 Jun 2013
Knowledge summary: total utility is the amount of joy we obtain from consuming a product. Total utility (tu) is a function of the units we consume (q),
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Study Guide - Diminishing Returns, Marginal Cost, Marginal Product

3 Page
4 Jun 2013
Q = flow of output, l = flow of labour services, K = flow of capital services, changes in technology = changes in f. Tr = total revenue, tc = total cos
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

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4 Jun 2013
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Complementary Good, Normal Good, Deadweight Loss

8 Page
24 Jul 2020
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inferior Good, Economic Surplus, Opportunity Cost

3 Page
24 Jul 2020
Answers to test #1, ecma04, october 17, 2009: version a: the opportunity cost of y is dx/dy or -1/(dy/dx). = 4 x 0. 5(900 x2)-0. 5 -2x = -4x(900 x2)-0.
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Talking Lifestyle 1278, Average Variable Cost, Economic Equilibrium

9 Page
24 Jul 2020
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## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Opportunity Cost, Economic Surplus, Demand Curve

2 Page
24 Jul 2020
Sketchy solutions to first term test, written on october 20, 2006. Q1: c on the ppf, if x = 7, y = 20 - 12. 8 = 7. 2, so the point (7,7. 4) is unattain
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Normal Good, W. M. Keck Observatory, Complementary Good

8 Page
24 Jul 2020
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## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: 4X, Opportunity Cost, Economic Surplus

1 Page
24 Jul 2020
To distinguish the three versions, you should look at the professors" names. Version 3 ( professors g. cleveland and m. krashinsky ): E j n h a n b g k
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Yukon New Democratic Party, Opportunity Cost, Complementary Good

8 Page
24 Jul 2020
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## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Normal Good, Shortage, Substitute Good

8 Page
24 Jul 2020
______________________________ (write down the time and day of the tutorial you regularly attend) Detach this sheet - you will only turn in this sheet.
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Economic Surplus, Normal Good, Price Floor

3 Page
24 Jul 2020
Solutions to first term test, written on october 10, 2003. Please note that there were 2 different versions of the exam. Exam#1 identified the professo
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UTSCMGEA02H3Summer

## MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marginal Utility, Demand Curve, Opportunity Cost

2 Page
24 Jul 2020
#3 d a c j d i o. #2: a c d l e o n. H g c r h f opportunity cost of x = -dy/dx = x[125-x2]! opportunity cost of y = -dx/dy at x = 5, -dy/dx = 5/10, so
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