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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student and I worked on his unit on firm-decisions under perfect competition. I started by reviewing all of his homework problems from the past 2 weeks and correcting errors. We then spent over an hour explaining the concepts that underlie the graphs and calculations.

Today we covered some information that will be on the student's midterm that he missed in class. We briefly went over production functions, interest rates, and the relationship between savings and investment. Today was mostly a conceptual overview, and we weren't able to work any problems. Our next session will be later this week.

The student and I were finally able to move on from NX and NCO curves. We got started on Aggregate Demand and Supply. Subjects I have a much better grasp on so things went very smoothly. He had questions but, I was able to answer them and I think he has a good idea about what Aggregate demand and supply are. We are meeting again today to finish up with supply and demand.

Topics: calculating and understanding the relationship between total cost, marginal cost, total revenue, marginal revenue, in a perfectly competitive market, maximizing profit condition, perfectly competitive markets in the long run, firms in the long run, economies of scale, diseconomies of scale (real-world applications), prices and being a price-taker in a perfectly-competitive market.

Progress: These topics represented a step up in difficulty level for the student, but I think he caught on to everything pretty well. He took fewer notes than usual, but that was probably because the assignments did not lend themselves to note-taking. It was a very heavy dose of complex material, in one chunk. We will be meeting tomorrow to go over a practice test together, where I'll get a sense of whether it was a case of information overload, or if the ideas stuck.

We prepared for the client's mid-term by going over past "warm-ups" from her class as well as reviewing some of her chapters that would be covered in the mid-term in her text book. Some topics included monetary policy, financial industry (banks and investment mechanisms), and the supply and demand of loanable funds.

We completed her homework assignment, and I gave her suggestions on how to study for her upcoming exam. Topics covered: the IS equation and its components; how GDP is affected by changes in consumption; how to curb inflationary/recessionary periods with adjustments in the interest rate; the AS/AD curves and how the are affected by changes in the interest rate.

The student finished all of her work and was "locked in" to solving the problems and answering the questions.

We reviewed GDP metrics and formulas, as well as topics in aggregate supply and aggregate demand. I proctored a quiz for the student. We discussed final exam review strategies, and made plans to create a study guide next session.

The student wanted to learn more about diminishing product of labor and Porter's five forces. We went over the five forces first so we could review factors that affect pricing versus demand. Then we worked through an extended homework together that dealt with the decreasing marginal benefit of hiring additional workers. This homework also dealt with profitability, total costs of operation (fixed versus variable) as well as break even points. The session was quick but the student seemed to grasp all the concepts well and will review the work we did together.

We covered microeconomics topics including price elasticity of demand, income elasticity of demand, and firm structure under perfect competition. We worked on the student's midterm with special attention to the final question of a firm's cost structure (marginal, average, total, variable) under perfect competition, and the interconnection between a firm's structure and the broad market structure.

The student is taking his last final in economics. I worked with him on supply and demand curves from his first exam. He seemed to have a better understanding of it when we finished and said he was going to continue studying on his own.

Today the student and I reviewed topics from his practice final and his last few homework assignments. This included topics such as present and future value, monopolist graphing and formula calculations, CPI calculation, inflation, and other topics. This is the point where Public Policy is starting to mix with the Economics, so it's great to see his understanding of that as well.

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