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MCMASTERPOLSCI 3CL3Greg FlynnFall

POLSCI 3CL3 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Canada, Test Act, Quebec

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30 Mar 2019
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Demand Curve, Marginal Cost, Stretch Fabric

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14 Feb 2019
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MCMASTERPOLSCI 3CL3Greg FlynnFall

POLSCI 3CL3 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Canada, Test Act, Quebec

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14 Feb 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Viscosity

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lateral Eruption

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19 Jan 2019
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Lahars- large amounts of loose volcanic ash and other pyroclastic material become saturated with water and rapidly move downslope. St. helens: prior to
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tephra, Basalt, Subduction

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19 Jan 2019
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Maars and ice contact volcanos: the violent interaction of magma and groundwater produces maars, roughly circular volcanic craters commonly filled with
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Stratovolcano, Tephra, Dacite

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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Silicate Minerals, Dacite, Divergent Boundary

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 part 3

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thrust Fault, Seismic Wave, Love Wave

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19 Jan 2019
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When stress or rocks exceeds their strength, the resulting rupture produce seismic waves. Fault types- dip slip: vertical movement, three types of dip
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Igneous Rock, Continental Crust, Canadian Shield

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peak Ground Acceleration, Seismometer

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: New Madrid Seismic Zone, Cascadia Subduction Zone, Peak Ground Acceleration

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19 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 part 1

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19 Jan 2019
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Earthquake- motion or trembling of the ground caused by the sudden displacement of a rock. The toll of earthquakes: the consequences of an earthquake d
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MCMASTERPOLSCI 3CL3Greg FlynnFall

POLSCI 3CL3 Lecture 7: Lesson 1

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 part 4

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust, Outer Core

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16 Jan 2019
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Lecture 3 notes: earth is layered and dynamic, the internal structure of earth can be considered in two fundamental ways, by composition (what is it ma
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Plate Tectonics, Oceanic Crust, Continental Crust

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 part 3

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16 Jan 2019
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Crust is destroyed along other plate edges, subduction zones, the rate of production of new lithosphere at spreading centeres is balanced by consumptio
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Emergency Management

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Natural Disaster, Water Cycle, Rock Cycle

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16 Jan 2019
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Mitigation, reduce the effects of something, natural disaster preparation. Death and damage caused by natural hazards: those hazards that have a great
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 part 1

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3N.Mc LaughlinWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 part 3

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tacit Collusion, Normal-Form Game, Demand Curve

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16 Jan 2019
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Cournot equilibrium- equilibrium in the cournot model in which each firm correctly assumes how much its competitor will produce and sets its own produc
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Monopolistic Competition, Competitive Equilibrium, Substitute Good

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16 Jan 2019
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Monopolistic competition- market in which firms can enter freely, each producing its own brand or version of a differentiated product. Oligopoly- marke
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Nash Equilibrium, Monopolistic Competition, Deadweight Loss

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16 Jan 2019
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In both types of markets entry occurs until profits are driven to zero. In evaluating monopolistic completion, these inefficiencies must be balanced ag
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Nash Equilibrium, Cooperative Game Theory

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16 Jan 2019
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Game- situation in which players (participants) make strategic decisions that take into account each other"s action and response. Strategy- rule or pla
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Reservation Price, Price Discrimination, Marginal Revenue

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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 part 6

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16 Jan 2019
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Monopsony power- buyers ability to affect the price of a good. Marginal value- additional benefit derived from purchasing one more good. Marginal expen
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 part 3

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16 Jan 2019
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The effect of tax: suppose a specific tax of t dollars per unit is levied, so that the monopolist must remit t dollars to the government for every unit
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 part 2

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Archer Daniels Midland, Demand Curve

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16 Jan 2019
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The number of firms in the market. If there are many firms, it is unlikely that any one firm will be able to affect price significantly: the interactio
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 part 4

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16 Jan 2019
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Here (pqt)/ q1 is the revenue from producing and selling one more unit- i. e marginal revenue, mr, for all of the firms output, the next term c1/ q1, i
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Monopsony, Marginal Revenue, Marginal Cost

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16 Jan 2019
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Market power- ability of a seller or buyer to affect the price of a good. Marginal revenue- change in revenue resulting from a one-unit increase in out
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 4: LEcture 4 part 1

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16 Jan 2019
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Consumer surplus- measures the total benefit to all consumers. Producer surplus- measures the total profits of producers, plus rents to factor inputs:
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 part 4

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16 Jan 2019
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The price of the product is such that the quantity supplied by the industry is equal to the quantity demanded by the consumers. Firms having different
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Competitive Equilibrium, Economic Surplus, Marginal Cost

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16 Jan 2019
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Average Variable Cost, Marginal Revenue, Profit Maximization

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16 Jan 2019
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For smaller firms managed by their owners, profit is likely to dominate almost all decisions. In large firms, however, managers who make day-to-day dec
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Profit Maximization, Perfect Competition, Takers

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16 Jan 2019
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Perfect competition- is a market structure where a large number of buyers and sellers are present, and all are engaged in the buying and selling of the
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSpring

ECON 2G03 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 part 1

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16 Jan 2019
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Unit 2: production: the theory of the firm describes how a firm makes cost-minimizing production decisions and how the firms resulting cost varies with
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