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A.P. Macro/Microeconomics & Economics Instructor: Ms. McRoy-Mendell

Stuyvesant High School

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Homework: All homework dates are the dates the homework has been assigned. Unless otherwise stated, all assignments are due the following school day.

Homework #10 -- Monday, September 24, 2012 -- Supply and Demand
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Complete the following worksheets: Supply Worksheet #1 and Supply Worksheet #2.

Homework #11 -- Tuesday, September 25, 2012 -- Equilibrium.
Now, it's time for market equilibrium! Read Module 7 and complete all of the questions at the back of the module.
Complete the following worksheets: Equilibrium Worksheets.

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Here is just another fun reading and some food for thought. (Read: THIS IS NOT HOMEWORK)
Why isn't the Equator at the Equator?

How did they measure it? I'm thinking it was with the new I-phone, I hear the mapping is off! (hahahaha)
Why is it easier to balance an egg on a nail on the equator, but more difficult for a human to balance him/herself?

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Homework #12 -- Thursday, September 27, 2012 -- Review.
Study for tomorrow's exam!

Review your your notes from the book, class, and homework assignments! Be sure that you are comfortable with definitions and practice some problems. The ones in the "Summary" sections on pg. 32-33, 96-99 are good practice. (P.S. Don't worry about any price ceiling/floor and quantity control problems, we didn't cover that!)

GOING FORWARD YOUR HOMEWORK WILL BE LISTED UNDER
AP MACROECONOMICS --> HES21X MEASURING THE ECONOMY