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MCMASTERECON 2P03Krishnakali Sen GuptaWinter

ECON 2P03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hendrick Motorsports, Marginal Revenue, Leafs Nation Network

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But fans condemn team owners who put making a profit ahead of winning. Nevertheless, bad things can happen if teams forget about staying in the black.
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Krishnakali Sen GuptaWinter

ECON 2P03 Study Guide - Deadweight Loss, Price Discrimination, Economic Surplus

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13 Mar 2014
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Founded in 1876 (oldest league in the us), mlb"s national league (nl) had 2 basic principles: clubs had the exclusive right to their home territory. Th
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Krishnakali Sen GuptaWinter

ECON 2P03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Standard Deviation

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13 Mar 2014
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Midterm review: you take the standard deviation, x bar is = . 500, you calculate the league average, x-x(bar) -> mean x bar, you square all the numbers
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Krishnakali Sen GuptaWinter

ECON 2P03 Study Guide - Perfect Competition

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13 Mar 2014
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Wage falls- equally talented players are paid less. Pay of favoured workers driven up (they will be get paid as opposed to equally talented francophone
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Krishnakali Sen GuptaWinter

ECON 2P03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Economic Equilibrium, Wayne Gretzky, Imperial Brands

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13 Mar 2014
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Professional sports, simply, means that the athletes are paid. Essentially athletes compete either as individuals (as in golf), on teams (as in footbal
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 4FL3Tony BelsitoFall

Property Insurance.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Property insurance is what covers the catastrophes that happens to your home (burglary, fire) Liability insurance is insurance that covers you in case
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 4FL3Tony BelsitoFall

Chapter 13.docx

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Developing plans and taking actions during your lifetime to accumulate, preserve, and distribute your wealth upon your death according to your wishes,
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 4FL3Tony BelsitoFall

Chapter 8.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Protect you and your family from catastrophic losses caused by the. Loss or damage of important assets such as your car or your home (home and auto ins
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 4FL3Tony BelsitoFall

Chapter 7.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Basic features of consumer loans using consumer loans. Normally used to pay for big-ticket items. Pay for the costs of post-secondary education. Basic
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 4FL3Tony BelsitoFall

Chapter 6 - Borrowing on open account.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Financial planning borrowing on open account chapter. Overspending and carrying on balances by just paying the minimum monthly payment. Don"t spend on
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 1B03Rita CossaFall

Statistics Canada Bonus Homework.docx

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4 Dec 2013
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Hannah HolmesFall

ECON 2P03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deadweight Loss, Proto-Slavic, Economic Surplus

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4 Dec 2013
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Monopoly review: clubs had the exclusive right to their home territory. Founded in 1876 (oldest league in the us), mlb"s national league (nl) had 2 bas
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Hannah HolmesFall

ECON 2P03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Standard Deviation

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4 Dec 2013
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Midterm review: you take the standard deviation, x bar is = . 500, you calculate the league average, x-x(bar) -> mean x bar, you square all the numbers
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Hannah HolmesFall

ECON 2P03 Chapter Notes -Perfect Competition

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4 Dec 2013
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Wage falls- equally talented players are paid less. Pay of favoured workers driven up (they will be get paid as opposed to equally talented francophone
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Hannah HolmesFall

ECON 2P03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hendrick Motorsports, Marginal Revenue, Leafs Nation Network

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4 Dec 2013
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Any rational firm wants to maximize profits. But fans condemn team owners who put making a profit ahead of winning. Nevertheless, bad things can happen
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MCMASTERECON 2P03Hannah HolmesFall

Chapter One ALL notes.docx

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MCMASTERECON 1B03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Farmer Jack, Average Cost, Marginal Cost

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9 Jun 2013
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The firm"s goal is to maximize profit: profit = total revenue-total cost. Explicit costs require an outlay of money, e. g. , paying wages to workers. I
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MCMASTERECON 1B03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Scientific Method, Opportunity Cost

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MCMASTERECON 1B03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Cost, Opportunity Cost, Externality

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19 May 2013
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How people make decisions: people face tradeoffs: making a decision requires trading one goal against another. Marginal benefits have to be larger than
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MCMASTERECON 1BB3Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Cost, Opportunity Cost, Externality

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13 May 2013
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Scarcity: means that society has limited resources and therefore cannot produce all the goods and services that people wish to have. Just as every hous
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MCMASTERECON 1B03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Starbucks

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MCMASTERECON 1BB3Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1BB3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Starbucks

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MCMASTERECON 1B03Krishnakali Sen GuptaSummer

ECON 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Inferior Good, Atkins Diet, Market Power

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8 May 2013
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Chapter 4: the market forces of supply and demand. A market is a group of buyers and sellers of a particular product. A competitive market is one with
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 2G03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nash Equilibrium

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9 Apr 2013
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Strategic interaction: the whole purpose of game theory is to determine the other person"s choice. Your wellbeing depends on your choice and your compe
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MCMASTERECON 2K03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 2K03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Manifest Destiny, Foreign Investment Review Agency, Path Dependence

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9 Apr 2013
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Draw material from different parts of the course. It will ask you to piece everything together. It looks at the larger issues within the canadian econo
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 1BA3Patricia ZimaWinter

COMMERCE 1BA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Financial Statement, Retained Earnings, Income Statement

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8 Apr 2013
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The process of capturing and reporting the results of a business"s operating, financing and investing activities. Day-to-day events that occur when run
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

The Origins of Western Science

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8 Apr 2013
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Detailed measurements of stars were created by muslim scientists. Elaborate models were created based on their observations. Early astronomy was about
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MCMASTERECON 2K03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 2K03 Lecture Notes - North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian Content, Foreign Investment Review Agency

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8 Apr 2013
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Americans own energy, natural resources and manufacturing sector. Buy up assets of assets of americans in order to get rid of foreign investment. Pushi
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MCMASTERECON 2K03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 2K03 Lecture Notes - Proven Reserves

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8 Apr 2013
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Where should alberta oil find its market--- solution was to build pipeline capacity to send oil in america (this would be access oil) Nep positive in o
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachFall

ECON 3R03 Chapter Notes -Six Nations Of The Grand River, Two Row Wampum Treaty, Haldimand Proclamation

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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

Econ 3k03 Final Exam.docx

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4 Apr 2013
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 3R03 Lecture Notes - Mass Production, Cedilla, Interchangeable Parts

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4 Apr 2013
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Idea of the railroad originates with richard trevithick, inventor of the high pressure engine. Initially, railway cars were pulled by horses in industr
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 3R03 Lecture Notes - Monocalcium Phosphate, Steam Engine, Bakelite

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3 Apr 2013
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MCMASTERPOLSCI 1G06Todd AlwayWinter

POLSCI 1G06 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pessimism, Treaty On The Non-Proliferation Of Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear Proliferation

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3 Apr 2013
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6 out of the 11 questions will be on the exam. Lecture notes that provide detail to the small little overhead. Write on every other line is writing is
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 3R03 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution, Mahatma Gandhi, Spinning Wheel

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27 Mar 2013
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Output at each production facility needs to be quite large. Independence and self-sufficiency is the path to poverty and not the path to prosperity. Fr
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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

Steam Power Continuation.docx

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27 Mar 2013
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Watt"s partner matthew boulton persuades him to find a way to use the engine to run machinery: There is no other cornwall to be found and the most like
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MCMASTERPOLSCI 1G06Todd AlwayWinter

POLSCI 1G06 Lecture Notes - World Trade Organization, Per Capita Income, United Nations General Assembly

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27 Mar 2013
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Political science 1g06 2013 ii lecture 10b international organizations. On one level, the international monetary fund has a degree of autonomy that mos
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MCMASTERPOLSCI 1G06Todd AlwayWinter

POLSCI 1G06 Lecture Notes - Nuremberg

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27 Mar 2013
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If you"re part of the losing side, you"re bought before a tribunal. The winning side usually never gets held accountable for any war crimes etc. We nee
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MCMASTERECON 2G03Jack LeachWinter

scan0003.pdf

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MCMASTERECON 3R03Jack LeachWinter

ECON 3R03 Lecture Notes - Richard Trevithick, Barometer, Super Slow

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25 Mar 2013
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Scientific knowledge does not automatically lead to invention. Turning a potentially good idea into a practical invention requires time, effort and mon
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