Posted by **Kayla** on Monday, January 22, 2007 at 8:46pm.

I don't understand possibilities curves at all. I have to convert a table into a curve using labels A-F. I have no clue how to figure it out. Help would be greatly appreciated!

The x-axis and the y-axis should be Good A and Good B (they should give this to you), and plot the points accordingly. For example,if you can make 5 computers and make 10 televisions, plot it at (5, 10)(x-axis is computers, y-axis is televisions). I'm assuming that they gave you 6 points to graph (A-F), and those points should lie on the Production Possibility Curve.

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