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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
The student and I pre-studied the slides for today's lecture, covering the following: competitive markets, quantity demanded vs. demand, demand schedule vs. demand curve, law of demand, change in qty demanded vs. change in demand (with corresponding graph shifting), main influences on demand (prices of related goods - substitutes and complements, income, expectations, number of buyers, preferences), quantity supplied, law of supply, complement/substitute in production, and market equilibrium (verbal and graphical representations).
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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
The student and I went over all the review material for his exam tomorrow. The session went well and he really started to understand the graphs of markets and how subsidies and tariffs affected said markets. I think he will do well on his exam tomorrow.
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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
We talked about externalities, which we had briefly covered last week. We went through her homework carefully, to make sure she understood everything that it covered. I think it was a very productive session.
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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
The student showed some recall from the previous session, particularly with GDP and unemployment. Next, we moved into the two sections on federal spending. He grasped the topics relevant to the homework, but should continue working on his own to get repetition.
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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
The student had another problem set to do. Last time when we went over her problem set, it went well, so we worked on this one. It covered some of the same material as the last problem set like effects of central bank intervention into the economy. Most of the questions on this problem set dealt with multi-step effects. By the time we were done, I think the student was feeling a little more comfortable with the graphs.
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Cincinnati, OH Economics tutoring
We managed to finish up three weeks of lecture slides. Then we moved on and discussed applications of the marginal cost. We discussed several equations relating to cost curves. We briefly mentioned monopoly competition curves.
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