I'll have your quizzes from today to hand back tomorrow. Scores are on Angel.
The Student Bookstore still has copies of the workbook, as of this morning, for $14; and the textbook is on reserve in the library. I recommend you get these minimal materials together and start studying for the exam before tomorrow's class.
Plan for tomorrow. We'll go over the price-change decomposition I mentioned (I'll try to limit it to 25 minutes), which is worth 15 out of the midterm's 50 points, but is a fairly straightforward application of what we've already covered in solving the consumer's problem with Cobb-Douglas preferences. After that, we can go over anything. If there are no questions or requests, I have some related topics we can discuss which may improve your understanding of the required material for the test. For more details, see the slides for tomorrow, which are already posted.