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One of the key tools in economics is marginal analysis. As economist look at relationships between variables, they want to know what will be the change in one variable given a change in another variable. As the change in x gets smaller and smaller, we find the get the slope of the tangent. Thus, being able to compute the slope of the tangent tells us what the marginal change is in the dependent variable.
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Another useful tool in economics is the growth rate. A growth rate measures the percentage change in a variable and is calculated by taking the difference between the new value and the old value then dividing the change by the old value. When multiplied by 100, the rate becomes a percentage. For example, if $200 is invested in the bank on January 1 and on December 31st the amount has grown to 240 dollars, then the percentage increase is calculated by taking the $40 increase divided by the original $200 to find the growth rate of 20 percent.
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We are able to find the market equilibrium either by graphing or algebraically. If on the demand side, we are given Price = 50 – 2 (Quantity Demanded) and on the supply side, we are given Price = 10 + 2 (Quantity supplied). We could simply plug in values, plot the points, and find where demand intersects supply.
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One powerful mathematical tool in calculus is called the derivative. The derivative tells us the slope of the curve at a particular point. Although it is not a requirement for this class, an example is provided for those who have previously had calculus. The derivative simply tells us the change in y given a very small change in x, or in other words the slope of the curve at a particular point. Given the function, Y = 4 + 2x2, the first derivative gives us a slope of the tangent at a given point. To find the slope of the tangent when x = 3, we plug in the value of 3 for x in the first derivative and find the slope is 12.
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