AP Micro AP Economics AP Macro
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Textbook Chapters

Key Ideas

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ACDC Economics
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2017 Ohio Economics Challenge Champs    2019 Champs

 2017 & 2019 Ohio Economics
* Challenge Champs *

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Assignment Calendar

4 Phases of Understanding
Economics McConnell & Brue 21st ed
FRQs/Answers AP Classroom

College Board Syllabus
Textbook (19th ed.)
Chapter Quizzes
AP Micro Syllabus
AP Macro Syllabus
Textbook (19th ed.)
 Chapter Quizzes
Micro Book Notes 15th ed.
Micro Book Notes 17th ed.
(courtesy of Mrs. Peggy Pride)
IH AP Econ Hall of Fame
Micro Book Notes 15th ed.
Micro Book Notes 17th ed.
(courtesy of Mrs. Peggy Pride)
Micro Cue Card   Macro Study Guide (Feng)
  Former Class Pictures  
Micro Quick Study Notes Economics Glossaries: Macro Quick Study Notes
Blank Graphs
(for Practice)
(great Site of resources)
Real vs. Nominal Interest Rates
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Quiz tastic (practice questions) Common Mistakes on Macro  PPT
  A Pedestrian's Guide to the Economy  
Micro Questions @ Varsity Tutor
Flash Card Machine
(Review Questions)
Macro Questions @ Varsity Tutor
MC Questions
List of different Sites
ACDC Videos  

Welcome to Indian Hill AP Economics.  This webpage is intended to help students of AP Microeconomics and Macroeconomics along their journey through the contents of these classes and help prepare them for their AP tests in May.  This site is not intended to be "the" way to learn this material, but hopefully it will provide a framework for learning as well as a useful site for many other students who wish to use it.  This site is maintained by John Slonim and I have been teaching this class at Indian Hill since the 1995-96 school year.  I would like to thank the many colleagues across the country who have created so much great  content over the years which makes learning this material so much easier for our students.  This collection of material would not be possible without the exceptional commitment of these talented educators.  Feel free to email any comments/suggestions regarding this site.