1950s Chemistry

Economics 304K

Amex 1975


Spring 2000

Professor R. Preston McAfee

Course Information (Click the items below for details)

Office:  BRB 3.102D
Office Hours:  Tu-Th 11-12 or appt.
E-mail:  Email Your TA

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  • Lecture notes are incomplete and not a substitute for class.

Wondering whether you really understand the material we've covered so far?  Try and do the practice questions provided below.  But don't try these until after you've done the relevant reading and homework!

Practice Questions

Answers to old Exams
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The scores are listed according to the last four digits of your social security number.  In the few cases where two social security numbers happen to have the same last four digits, we've also listed in parentheses the first letter of each student's last name.  For example, if Joe Blow and Jane Doe both have a truncated SS# of 3657, then Joe Blow is listed as 3657 (B) and Jane Doe is listed as 3657 (D).