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UCSBAS AM 5NinhWinter

[AS AM 5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 12 pages long Study Guide!

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1852: first group of 195 chinese contract laborers brought to hawaii to work sugar plantations. 1865 - 69: chinese labor / transcontinental railroad. S
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UCSBAS AM 5NinhWinter

AS AM 5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Connotation, Meritocracy, Raymond Williams

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27 Jan 2017
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1852: first group of 195 chinese contract laborers brought to hawaii to work sugar plantations. 1865 - 69: chinese labor / transcontinental railroad. S
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UCSBAS AM 5NinhWinter

AS AM 5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pickaxe, Desejo Proibido, Theodore Roosevelt

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27 Jan 2017
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On asian american popular culture: examples, history. Williams there is also a different kind of culture that has been developed for a people by an int
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UCSBAS AM 5NinhWinter

AS AM 5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Swedish Americans, Racialization, Bhagat Singh Thind

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27 Jan 2017
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1/19 gendered history of asian american popular culture. Beginning of text: roadmap to ideas in the text. For robert lee, the labor market and the fami
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

[ECON 2] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (48 pages long)

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28 Nov 2016
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Economics: oikos = house + nomos = rule, rules of the house . Social science = deal with how social world works. Study of how society manages its scarc
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: V Speeds, Variance, Poisson Point Process

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5 Oct 2016
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Iqr mean note: stem leaf plot boxplot (use calculator to plot but remember to find outliers: put in ascending order, compute quartiles, q1, q3, iqr (q3
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Comparative Advantage, Speed Dating

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6 Sep 2016
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People seemed to systematically - and rationally - change their standards depending on who showed up for the speed dating. They didn"t seem to be looki
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Competitive Equilibrium, Demand Curve, Comparative Advantage

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6 Sep 2016
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If both specialize in comparative advantage and trade, both can benefit. What causes people to specialize in comparative advantage. Suppose anyone can
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Opportunity Cost, Sunk Costs, Variable Cost

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6 Sep 2016
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Get started on homework 8 short run and long run. Short run: a period of time during which only some decisions can be changed. Long run: a period of ti
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Capital Accumulation, Opportunity Cost, Indifference Curve

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6 Sep 2016
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Marginal Cost, Externality, Economic Surplus

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6 Sep 2016
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Consumer surplus introduction marginal benefit for that incremental unit (q x p) Rent control and deadweight loss first mb high since supply is low and
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Demand Curve, Complementary Good, Economic Equilibrium

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6 Sep 2016
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pareto Efficiency, Deadweight Loss, Nash Equilibrium

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6 Sep 2016
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Between perfect competition and monopoly oligopolies and monopolistic competition. Monopolistic competition: some differentiation (monopoly on own prod
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Substitute Good

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6 Sep 2016
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Cross elasticity of demand average between two points. Ced for product 2"s quantity relative to product 1"s price. Increase in price of product 1 lower
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UCSBECON 1BeneliWinter

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Marginal Utility, Market Power, Opportunity Cost

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6 Sep 2016
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Fundamental Analysis, Risk Aversion, Standard Deviation

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6 Sep 2016
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Federal Reserve Note, Open Market Operation, Discount Window

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6 Sep 2016
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Money: set of assets in the economy that people regularly use to buy goods and services from each other. Regularly accepted by sellers in exchange for
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Gdp Deflator, Net National Product, Transfer Payment

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6 Sep 2016
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For an economy as a whole, income must equal expenditure. Economy"s income is the same as its expenditure because every transaction has two parties: a
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve, Perfect Competition

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6 Sep 2016
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Loanable Funds, Government Budget Balance, Nominal Interest Rate

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6 Sep 2016
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Financial system moves the economy"s scarce resources from savers (people who spend less than they earn) to borrowers (people who spend more than they
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Financial Institution, Nominal Rigidity, Investment Banking

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6 Sep 2016
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20. 1a fact 1: economic fluctuations are irregular and unpredictable. Economic fluctuations correspond to changes in business conditions. Real gdp grow
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Market Power, Business Cycle, Market Failure

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6 Sep 2016
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Economics: the study of how society manages its scarce resources. Efficiency: the property of society getting the most it can from its scarce resources
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Capital Accumulation, Externality, International Trade

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6 Sep 2016
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12. 1 economic growth around the world growth rate measures how rapidly real gdp per person grew in the typical year. Because of differences in growth
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Absenteeism, Efficiency Wage, Market Power

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6 Sep 2016
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Bureau of labor statistics (bls), which is part of the department of labor. Current population survey - regular survey of about 60,000 households. 3. h
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nominal Interest Rate, Real Interest Rate, Gdp Deflator

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6 Sep 2016
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11. 1 the consumer price index consumer price index (cpi) is used to monitor changes in the cost of living over time inflation: economy"s overall price
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Loanable Funds, Menu Cost, Fallacy

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6 Sep 2016
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Rely on theory to explain long-run determinants of the price level and the inflation rate. 17. 1a the level of prices and the value of money. Inflation
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: 1973 Oil Crisis, Aggregate Supply, Aggregate Demand

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3 Sep 2016
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Monetary and fiscal policy monetary printing money central bank federal bank buys debt, lending money market for money (price of money = interest rate
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gross Domestic Product, Gdp Deflator, Final Good

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3 Sep 2016
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Real and nominal gdp measure productivity in terms of quantity real gdp: accounts for change in price. Gdp deflator nominal: measure in that year"s pri
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Menu Cost, Nominal Rigidity, Aggregate Demand

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3 Sep 2016
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3. investments interest rate goes down foreign exchange effect: prices go down, interest rate goes down, more money to be lent in economy. Y = c + i +
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intermediate Good

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3 Sep 2016
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Micro: individual"s choice gross domestic product (gdp): market value, of all. 3. final: goods and services, produced second-hand goods x, within the c
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UCSBECON 2BirchenallSpring

ECON 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Historical Cost, Opportunity Cost, John Maynard Keynes

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3 Sep 2016
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Economics: oikos = house + nomos = rule, rules of the house . Social science = deal with how social world works. Study of how society manages its scarc
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Lecture 7: Lecture 7 Two Sample Inference

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3 Sep 2016
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Intervals independent populations 1, 2 known (z) independent populations 1, 2 unknown and different. 3. independent populations = 1 = 2 unknown (t, poo
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sample Space, Standard Deviation, Probability Mass Function

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3 Sep 2016
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Binomial x counts # of successes out of n independent trials binomial criteria. P = p(success) must be constant (w/replacement) Binomial pdf stats/list
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bayes Estimator, Venn Diagram, Dependent And Independent Variables

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3 Sep 2016
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 Statistical Inference

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3 Sep 2016
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6 population , sample x, s independent and identically distributed, random sample consistent: estimator is approximately = to the parameter it estimate
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UCSBPSTAT 109chavezFall

PSTAT 109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cumulative Frequency Analysis, Box Plot

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3 Sep 2016
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UCSBWRIT 107BelkWinter

WRIT 107B Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rhetorical Device, Rhetorical Situation, Rhetoric

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3 Sep 2016
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Rhetoric the way we use language and images to persuade. Trust the company"s credibility, or ethos, and to believe the messages they send. Use emotion
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UCSBWRIT 107BelkWinter

WRIT 107B Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Validity, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

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3 Sep 2016
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Argument = war (attack, defend position) / argument = dance often missing: research, consideration of multiple vantage points, and, quite often, basic
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UCSBWRIT 107BelkWinter

WRIT 107B Lecture 3: 1/14

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3 Sep 2016
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UCSBWRIT 107BelkWinter

WRIT 107B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Whole Food, Swot Analysis, Online Writing Lab

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3 Sep 2016
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