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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Final: ECON1-Introduction to Economics-Final Exam Study Guide (Got me an A++)

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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture 13: Monetary Policy

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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture 5: Production and Costs

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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture 7: Monopoly Monopolistic Competition

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6 Aug 2015
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture 10: Long Term Growth, Intro AD-AS Model

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6 Aug 2015
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture 11: AD-AS Model

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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Fiscal Policy, Aggregate Demand, Government Spending

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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 12: fiscal policy. Taxes, government purchases of goods and services, transfers, and borrowing. Funds flow
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Average Variable Cost, Fixed Cost, Marginal Cost

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 6: perfect competition. Economists have developed four primary models of market structure: perfect competit
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Income Distribution, Opportunity Cost, Human Capital

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29 Jul 2015
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ronald Coase, Contract, Coase Theorem

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 4: government policies, externalities. The market price moves to the level at which the quantity supplied e
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Midpoint Method, Demand Curve

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 3: demand supply, elasticity. Module 8: income effects, substitution effects, and elasticity. Economists us
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Comparative Advantage, Price Level, Business Cycle

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 8: measuring nations income. The business cycle is the short-run alternation between economic downturns and
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Demand Curve, Absolute Advantage, Economic Equilibrium

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 2: demand supply. The key to a much better standard of living for everyone is trade. The reason we have an
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BERKELEYECON 1A.DubeSummer

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Efficiency Wage, Frictional Unemployment, Structural Unemployment

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29 Jul 2015
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Econ1 - introduction to economics - lecture 9: unemployment and inflation. Employment is the number of people currently employed in the economy, either
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 32: More Power Series Solutions to Differential Equations

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29 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 32: more power series solutions to differential equations. Q: find the first 3 nonzero terms for y"" + xy" + y = 0, given t
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MATH 001B Lecture 31: Power Series Solutions to Differential Equations

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29 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 31: power series solutions to differential equations. There are many examples of differential equations that cannot be solv
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MATH 001B Lecture 34: Applications of Integration

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29 Apr 2015
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 35: EDITING

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29 Apr 2015
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Farad

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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Farad

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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Scilab

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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 30: finishing up variation of parameters (r-3)(r+2) = 0. Q: solve (d2y/dx2) - (dy/dx) - 6y = 1 + e-2x. A: we have (d2y/dx2)
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Integrating Factor

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13 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 29: variation of parameters. Q: consider (d2y/dx2) + y = tan(x), where 0 < x < pi/2. A: note that the corresponding homogen
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 27: Even More Nonhomogeneous 2nd Order Differential Equations

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8 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 27: even more nonhomogeneous 2nd order differential. Q: find the general solution to (d2y/dx2) + 3(dy/dx) + 2y = x+1. A: we
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Second Order (Religious)

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8 Apr 2015
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Dashpot, Klepton

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8 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 25: step-by-step solving 2nd order heterogeneous. Q: solve (d2y/dt2) = -5y, given that y=1 and (dy/dt) = 0 when t=0. A: we
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 28: Challenging 2nd Order Nonhomogeneous Differential Equations

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8 Apr 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 28: challenging 2nd order nonhomogeneous equations r = 2i, -2i. A: we have (d2y/dx2) + 4y = sin(2t). The corresponding homo
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Protein Kinase B, Exponential Growth

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 16: more differential equations. Suppose (dy/dx) = xy and y(0) = 1. 1/y (dy/dx) dx = x dx ln|y| = x. 2/2 + c, where c is a
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MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Ratio Test

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 17: introduction to power series. A: consider the sum from n=0 to of xn(n! Then the limit as n of |(an+1) / an | = lim n |[
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MATH 001B Lecture 15: Math 1B - Calculus - Lecture 15_Finishing Up Differential Equations

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 15: finishing up differential equations y^2 (dy/dx) dx = 2x + 3 (x) dx. A: we have 2yey^2 (dy/dx) = 2x + 3 (x). 2ye e y^2 =
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Uniform Convergence

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 21: functions and taylor series. We have seen that f(xsin(x) has taylor series at x=0 given by: the sum from n=0 to f [(f(n
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MATH 001B Lecture 18: Power Series

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 18: power series. Power series - the sum from n=0 to of cnxn. This is a power series centered at 0. A general power series
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 19: The Accuracy of Taylor Series

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 19: the accuracy of taylor series. Consider a function f: that has derivatives of all orders in an open interval containing
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MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Taylor Series

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 20: using taylor series. Q: use the second order taylor polynomial of x=4 for f(x) = sqrt(x) to estimate sqrt(4. 1). Place
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MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Taylor Series, Tachykinin Receptor 1

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 22: taylor series and polynomials. A: 7 x 6 pairs, but this estimate is too much. 7 x 6 / 2 = 21 ordered pairs. A: there ar
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MATH 001B Lecture 23: Midterm II Review

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26 Mar 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 23: midterm ii review. Review midterm i material, may be included (1/y. 1/y = t: (dy/dt) = t2, dt = t2 dt. Q: solve dy/dt =
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 001B Lecture 13: Differential Equations

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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 13: differential equations. A differential equation is an equation with differentials in it. Uses in biology, chemistry, ph
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Floor And Ceiling Functions

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25 Feb 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 1: overview and intro to sequences. A sequence is an infinite list of numbers such as. 4, 17, 0, 4, 17, 9, 0, . 1, 2, 3, 4,
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BERKELEYMATH 1BProfessor CowardWinter

MATH 1B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Slope Field, Product Rule

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25 Feb 2015
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Math 1b: calculus - lecture 14: solving differential equations. A: we have (dy/dx) = 5y. (1/y) (dy/dx) = 5. (1/y) (dy/dx) dx = 5 dx. ln(|y|) = 5x + c,
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BERKELEYECON 100BAllFall

Econ 100B Fall 2012 Lecture 7 Notes (93% on the test)

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BERKELEYPSYCH 160AllSpring

PSYCH 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Shelley E. Taylor, Dacher Keltner, Associated Students Of The University Of California

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25 Sep 2014
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