the final exam is close,
and i know it is a 50-multiple choice exam, but
how much MATH is on the "microeconomics final"??
90% math, 10% definitions and word-plays?
or 10% math, 90% Non-Numerical Problems?
does anybody know?
can i get a "rough estimate" so i can study better?
[NEAS: The practice problems on the discussion forum show the level of math in the final exam questions.]