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Math Practice for Principles of Microeconomics By Carl Sutton Mapleton
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This book is aimed to help both students and educators as a collection of the more math-intensive practice problems that are often seen in introductory microeconomics. There are no definition or... More > concept questions – just collections of problems in which math is required. Students can use this for extra practice, and faculty can assign the book for students as needed. The text is presented in workbook format. Students can show work, complete the problems, and check answers that are provided in the back of the text. Further, the equations and problems are presented in a variety of ways to benefit students receiving different methods of instruction. This revised second edition adds a new problem set on shortages and surpluses.< Less
Economics and Me - Third Grade By Dana Richliew
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This is a 35-page Economics unit for 3rd graders. It is packed with vocabulary, anchor charts, activities, and assessments! The unit includes: objectives, essential questions, standards covered,... More > key terms, word wall/vocabulary cards, student vocabulary organizer, Econ pretest, *producers anchor chart, *consumers anchor chart, producer/consumer brainstorming, *supply/demand anchor chart, *interdependence anchor chart, interdependence activity, *taxes anchor chart, *imports anchor chart, *exports anchor chart, entrepreneur activities (part 1 - brainstorming; part 2 - ad/poster), *productive resources anchor chart (natural, human, and capital), productive resources sorting activity, Econ review activity, writing activities for spending and saving money, assessment (vocabulary/short answer), answer keys *Each anchor chart can be copied, laminated, and posted in the classroom during the unit. The charts relate to the activities throughout the unit.< Less
Bringing Sexy Back... to Economics By Ocean Gebhardt
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See why Economics is the new Sexy. Find out how to foresee bubbles before they burst, save money with fluctuating gas prices and see how many times history got things wrong, all using economics.
Basic Economics (2nd Edition) By Amelia Verte
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Everyone should know something about their economy. This e-book, Basic Economics (Second Edition), is created to help anyone who want to gain some basic economics knowledge. This e-book contains the... More > basic knowledge any person should have about their economy. The presentation of the materials in this e-book is REALLY EASY to understand. This second edition of Basic Economics has a new section and better graphical illustrations than the first edition to help you better understand the material!< Less
Accounting, Maths and Computing Principles for Business Studies on Your Mobile By Clive W. Humphris
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A comprehensive student eTextbook with full colour graphics, calculations and graphs. Colourful visual presentation assists the learning process as students will more likely remember, thereby... More > increasing their personal confidence as they believe they are learning more as a result. Knowing the content is on their phone encourages them to dip-in in a spare moment more than open a traditional textbook. Digital technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to mobile devices. Students who struggle to be fully engaged in normal classroom activity can often achieve the unexpected once sat in front of a phone or tablet digital screen where they can learn without the embarrassment of full class exposure.< Less
Accounting, Maths and Computing for Business Studies V11 By Clive W. Humphris
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An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Full colour graphics that are redrawn for every input change will make the learning experience more enjoyable and effective as it encourages experimentation of real world situations as almost any practical values are accepted.< Less
Accounting, Maths and Computing Principles for Business Studies Teachers Pack V11 By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $3.84
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Full colour graphics that are redrawn for every input change will make the learning experience more enjoyable and effective as it encourages experimentation of real world situations as almost any practical values are accepted.< Less
Employability Skills: Brush Up Your Business Studies By Clive W. Humphris
eBook (ePub): $3.68
An enhanced eBook published in full colour. Now including extensive interactive content enabling exploration by inserting any values that would occur in a real situation whereby the graphics are... More > redrawn to reflect those changes. Interactive Technology when used in the classroom can motivate passive students by encouraging their active participation where STEM subjects are ideally suited to Mobile Interactive Technology. Students are more likely to be comfortable with technology they understand i.e. their phone and can interact with, often preferring 'Learning-by-Doing' over traditional pencil and paper methods. Full colour graphics that are redrawn for every input change will make the learning experience more enjoyable and effective as it encourages experimentation of real world situations as almost any practical values are accepted.< Less
The Phillips Curve By Homework Help Classof1
eBook (PDF): $1.99
The short-run relationship between inflation and unemployment is often called the Phillips curve. In 1958, economist A. W. Phillips published an article in the British journal Economica that would... More > make him famous. The article was titled “The Relationship between Unemployment and the Rate of Change of Money Wages in the United Kingdom, 1861–1957.”< Less
Estimation of Before Tax Pricing By Homework Help Classof1
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"a) Give the before-tax charcoal price and quantity exchanged. b) Give the after-tax charcoal price to buyers, the quantity exchanged, and total tax revenues. c) How is the tax divided among... More > sellers and buyers? "< Less

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