In this series, we will be solving ...few problems of Varian Workbook, Intermediate Microeconomics. In this recording particularly, we are solving a very simple numerical of quasilinear preferences. How to draw IC for quasilinear preferences, how to show weakly preferred set, how to check for diminishing MRS

Ref : Varian Workbook, Chapter 3
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In this series, we will be solving ...few problems of Varian Workbook, Intermediate Microeconomics. In this recording particularly, we are solving a very simple numerical of quasilinear preferences. How to draw IC for quasilinear preferences, how to show weakly preferred set, how to check for diminishing MRS

Ref : Varian Workbook, Chapter 3
#diminishingmrs
#varianworkbooksolutions
#quasilinearpreferences
#convexset
This is useful for those who are preparing

1) Intermediate Microeconomics Course in their semesters
2) UGC Net Economics
3) Basics of MA Economics Entrance Exam (DSE/ISI/JNU/IGIDR/MSE)
4) Indian Economic Services

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Indian Economics | Lecture 29 | Triple Burden of Malnutrition | Part 1 | JV Meenakshi

Indian Economics | Lecture 29 | Triple Burden of Malnutrition | Part 1 | JV Meenakshi |

1. In this video, we are discussing the views of Prof. JV Meenakshi, in ...her Journal Article, " Trends and patterns in the triple burden of malnutrition in India "
2. In this part, we will present, the trends in undernutrition as discussed by JV Meenakshi Mam

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Mathematical Logic, Implications and Converse | Simple Application 4 | Set Theory |

Most theorems in mathematics appear in the form of compound statements called conditional and biconditional statements. We shall study biconditional statement in the next section. Conditional statements are also called ...implications.
An implication is the compound statement of the form βif πp , then πq .β It is denoted πβπpβq , which is read as β πp implies πq .β It is false only when πp is true and πq is false, and is true in all other situations.Show More

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Indian Economics | Lecture 28 | Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt | Part 4 | Sonalde Desai |

Indian Economics | Lecture 28 | Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt | Part 4 | Sonalde Desai |

1. In this video, we are discussing the views of Sonalde Desai ...in their Journal Article , " Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt "
2. In this part, we will discuss the demographic debt, and ways of caring for rising dependent elderly population

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Mathematical Methods For Economics| De Morgans law Generalization | Simple Application 3|Set Theory|

Concept Video for Diminishing MRS : Diminishing MRS | Numerical Examples | Test of Diminishing MRS ...| |MRS as the ratio of MU http://y2u.be/5vDVtm63Spg

In this series, we will be solving few problems of Varian Workbook, Intermediate Microeconomics. In this recording particularly, we are solving a very simple numerical of well behaved preferences. How to draw IC of Cobb Douglas preferences, how to show weakly preferred set, how to check for diminishing MRS

Ref : Varian Workbook, Chapter 3
#diminishingmrs
#varianworkbooksolutions
#cobbdouglasindifferencecurve
#convexset
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Indian Economics | Lecture 27 | Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt | Part 3 | Sonalde Desai |

Indian Economics | Lecture 27 | Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt | Part 3 | Sonalde Desai |

1. In this video, we are discussing the views of Sonalde Desai ...in their Journal Article , " Demographic Deposit, Dividend and Debt "
2. In this part, we will discuss what are those factors which will help India to reap the benefits of Demographic Dividend?

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Limits | Continuous Functions on Open and Closed Intervals | 6 |

The continuity also depends upon the range of the function. The continuity of the function is checked on all values that are in the interval. Interval can either be closed ...or open. If open, then it means you need to check from the point after the starting interval point till the point which is before the ending interval point. However, if you are provided with a close interval then you have to check your function against the values that are in the interval which includes starting and ending point of the interval. A function f(x) is continuous at the open interval [a, b] if:

The function is right-continuous, i.e., \lim_{ x \rightarrow { a }^{ + } } f(x)
The function is left continuous, i.e., \lim_{ x \rightarrow { b }^{ - } } f(x)
If f is continuous at a closed interval [a, b], then f is bounded on that interval.

Thus
We say a function f is continuous on the open interval (a, b) if f is continuous at every point in (a, b). We say f is continuous on the closed interval [a, b] if f is continuous on (a, b), continuous from the right at a, and continuous form the left at b.Show More