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ECC2000 Comprehensive Exam Study Guide (HD)

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*HD:* ECC2000: Intermediate Microeconomics

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ECC2000 Detailed Notes (89 HD)

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Lecturer does not seem to be that helpful, but you don't really need to listen to the lectures as the lecture notes are useful on their own. Not too difficult of a unit and quite interesting too , coming from a person who barely passed 1st year microeconomics. It might be a bit difficult if you are not comfortable with derivatives.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017