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HIGH DISTINCTION ECON203 Microeconomic Analysis Notes and Diagrams

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Reviews

Excellent unit! loved it, uses mathematics to prove a lot of theoretical underpinnings for economics. Although doing ECON131 or MATH123 would help a great deal in the maths component, but the key method to success in 203 is to understand the relationships for when something occurs, ie profit max when MR=MC, then solve (the math comes in here...)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Same concepts as Introductory Economics with a focus on math. You should brush up your basic algebra and calculus before you do this course. Having said that, if you math background is good, this course is a breeze.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

topics and assessment well-structured. requires some proficiency in maths since there are many calculations

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014