Micro 2.6/2.8A Equilibrium, Surplus, and Dead Weight Loss #weightloss Weight Loss
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This video covers topic 2.6 and part of 2.8 of the AP Microeconomics Course Exam Description (CED). It includes market equilibrium, consumer surplus, producer surplus, economic surplus, allocative efficiency, and dead weight loss.
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Its been over ten years since I taught micro. I even took a college class on my own dime to brush up. Then a year later they required me to switch to macro. I really think micro is a better fit for high school students. Its less confusing.