Thank you for the great lectures. Although I have a scientific calculator I do have problems sometimes. In this occasion when trying to divide 5/2000=I have something like 2.5×10-3. How do I get 0.0025? please? thank you,

When you click “This lecture is based on F5 Revision notes, download them here” it just takes you to the acca past papers page. Where are the revision notes that all these revision videos are based on????

No it isn’t, and it won’t be in the exam either – the formula for the marginal revenue is given on the formula sheet. When deriving the price demand equation you will have calculated a and b – you then use the same values for a and b in the marginal revenue formula.

Chris says

Good evening Mr. Moffat,

This seems to have doubled up on the Throughput lecture. I there any chance you could adjust to the original lecture.

Many thanks,

Chris

opentuition_team says

it should be OK now, thanks 🙂

Chris says

Thanks ?

Chris says

Thanks ?

marcie157 says

Hello,

Thank you for the great lectures. Although I have a scientific calculator I do have problems sometimes. In this occasion when trying to divide 5/2000=I have something like 2.5×10-3. How do I get 0.0025? please? thank you,

John Moffat says

Every calculator is different 🙂

There should be a key that allows you to change the way the answer is presented.

Stylianos says

Usually with ‘Shift’ key you can change the result to decimal.

gaza says

When you click “This lecture is based on F5 Revision notes, download them here” it just takes you to the acca past papers page. Where are the revision notes that all these revision videos are based on????

John Moffat says

Ooops – you are correct. I will tell admin and get him to correct the link.

ebengky says

thanks for the explicit theorical price lecture

mohammedalee says

Marginal revenue isnt given in revision notes example 3.

John Moffat says

No it isn’t, and it won’t be in the exam either – the formula for the marginal revenue is given on the formula sheet. When deriving the price demand equation you will have calculated a and b – you then use the same values for a and b in the marginal revenue formula.

biwowa says

thanx for the theoretical pricing lecture. Any more notes on the same?