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Binomial Probability Context Rich Problem part of Examples
Context rich problem in which students apply the binomial distribution to determine if an outcome is likely random.

Elasticity and Total Revenue: Context Rich Problem part of Examples
Context rich problem allowing students to apply elasticy of demand concepts.

Tariff Context Rich Problem part of Examples
This context rich problems allows students to apply concepts such as efficiency and surplus in the context of lowering tariffs.

Movement along vs. shift of demand curve: Water chlorination (Context Rich Problem) part of Examples
This context-rich problem asks students to distinguish between a movement along a demand curve and a shift of a demand curve for a price-inelastic product: water chlorination in Kenya.

Increase in Minimum Wage: Perplexing Result? (Context Rich Problem) part of Examples
An exercise that has students translate an economic event described in the newspaper into representation in a supply and demand diagram

Sandwiches and Elasticity Context-Rich Problem part of Examples
Students are asked to apply what they learned in class to a real life scenario question.

Long-Run Economic Growth: Context Rich Problem part of Examples
Students are asked to apply what they learned in class to a real life scenario question.

Tutoring Service and Price Discrimination Context-Rich Problem part of Examples
Students are asked to apply what they learned in class to a real life scenario question.

Airline Revenues: Supply and Demand (Context Rich Problem) part of Examples
An exercise that has students translate an economic event described in the newspaper into representation in a supply and demand diagram

Creating a Connection between Everyday Life and Stoichiometry using ChemPrime part of Pedagogy in Action:Partners:ChemEd DL:Activities
This activity allows the student to access a webpage that provides examples of stoichiometry using terminology and objects they use in their everyday life. This activity can help a student make a connection between the complex chemical concept of stoichiometry and their current knowledge.



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