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There is a spam blocker in the comments tool. It flags some of the most egregious comments. But there are other reasons to block comments: profanity, disrespectful tone, a copyright violation or some other breach that should not be accommodated, and possibly other reasons.  My practice will be to have comments published immediately, but if I think a comment really should have been blocked, then I will remove it. 

Comments will not be blocked because they disagree with what I have to say or what students in the class have to say. Someone, however, needs to determine whether there is a legitimate reason to block the comment. That someone is me. I will try my best at this. But I'm human and might very well make an error in judgment. If you believe that is the case, please contact me and we'll try to resolve the matter in a civilized way.

Professor Arvan

4 comments:

  1. Could you explain dynamic efficiency criticism and static efficiency criticism again?

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    1. I reposted your comment and responded to it here

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  2. I put 261^.3 for problem one on the hmwk but it says it's incorrect. Am i using the wrong equation?

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    1. Please repost your question as a comment to the post on the Excel HW. Also you might want to include where the various values you are referring to were generated and/or the line number for this particular problem. Note that other students will have different values, so for your question to be useful to them, you should describe the issue not just give the numbers.

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