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    Seriously why aren't you answering him when you know the answer.
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    (Original post by alex_hk90)
    This really isn't the best way of researching. Just read some undergraduate Micro and Macro textbooks and you should find loads of uses.
    i need to know now. asap. where can i find the answer?
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    (Original post by ...mo...)
    i need to know now. asap. where can i find the answer?
    Calculus is used in calculated marginal cost and revenue..that was the result of a quick google search. When it comes to research Google is your best friend..perhaps you could also go to your local library or something :dontknow:
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    Everything has been added, I meant how long does it take for me to get my Track details etc
    Once it has been processed, and you receive acknowledgments, I just used the id on ucas apply, and the same username and password as i used then and it worked for track Good luck
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    (Original post by crazy1234)
    Once it has been processed, and you receive acknowledgments, I just used the id on ucas apply, and the same username and password as i used then and it worked for track Good luck
    I tried that but it didnt work for me...apparently they can change your ID when its being processed
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    I tried that but it didnt work for me...apparently they can change your ID when its being processed
    Go onto track, say 'forgot personal ID' and they will e-mail it to you. The username and password will be the same
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    Go onto track, say 'forgot personal ID' and they will e-mail it to you. The username and password will be the same
    SWEAR?! thats pretty wicked. Will try that
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    SWEAR?! thats pretty wicked. Will try that
    You must have been one of the unlucky ones who's ID has been changed

    One a side note, I now have 2 acknowledgements from Bath and UCL. At least I know that I have sent it to the right place
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    You must have been one of the unlucky ones who's ID has been changed
    I know man
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    (Original post by ...mo...)
    i need to know now. asap. where can i find the answer?
    Micro: solving consumer problem / producer problem, general equilibrium models, information economics problems (screening, signalling).
    Macro: solving 3-equation models a la Barro-Gordon, Solow-Swan style growth models, real business cycle models.

    That's just what I can remember off the top of my head.
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    (Original post by alex_hk90)
    Micro: solving consumer problem / producer problem, general equilibrium models, information economics problems (screening, signalling).
    Macro: solving 3-equation models a la Barro-Gordon, Solow-Swan style growth models, real business cycle models.

    That's just what I can remember off the top of my head.
    thanks a lot
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    (Original post by alex_hk90)
    Micro: solving consumer problem / producer problem, general equilibrium models, information economics problems (screening, signalling).
    Macro: solving 3-equation models a la Barro-Gordon, Solow-Swan style growth models, real business cycle models.

    That's just what I can remember off the top of my head.
    What is meant by solving consumer problems. Is it calculus or algebra?
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    (Original post by ...mo...)
    what do you mean by solving consumer problems. Is it calculus or algebra?
    In its simplest form, it's often called the individual's UMP (utility maximisation problem) - they give you the consumer's utility functions and there's a budget constraint due to limited income. It's more calculus than algebra though with trickier formulations you'll probably need to do a bit of algebraic manipulation.
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    To be honest, is there anything in maths by now that doesn't involve some level of algebra?
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    (Original post by Pancakeman123)
    To be honest, is there anything in maths by now that doesn't involve some level of algebra?
    Kruskal's algorithm?
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    (Original post by ...mo...)
    Kruskal's algorithm?
    D1 is not real maths
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    D1 is not real maths
    Kruskal's algorithm is in decision
    decision is a maths module
    Kruskal's algorithm is maths
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    D1 is not real maths
    (Original post by ...mo...)
    Kruskal's algorithm is in decision
    decision is a maths module
    Kruskal's algorithm is maths
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