# Study Guides for ECON 802 at Simon Fraser University (SFU)

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## ECON 802 Midterm: midterm2 2013 answers

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802MT2ans2004

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802MT1ans2009

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802MT1ans2005

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## ECON 802 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Indirect Utility Function, Inverse Demand Function, Utility Maximization Problem

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In the consumer theory questions you can assume that prices and income are strictly positive. Jane has a preference ordering over consumption bundles x
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## ECON 802 Midterm: midterm1 2013

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You may want to work first on the questions where you feel most confident. Let y1 0 be an input and y2 0 be an output. Consider price vectors p = (p1,
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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802MT2ans2005

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802 midterm2 answers 2015

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## ECON 802 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: System On A Chip

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802 mt1 answers 2016

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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802 midterm2 2016

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In all questions you should assume that prices and income are strictly positive. Define the utility function u(x1, x2) to be the smallest integer that
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## ECON 802 Midterm: 802MT1ans2004

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