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11th grade economics
In economics "captial" generally means one of two things. First is physical capital which is, as you state, a means of production e.g., machinery. The second is financial capital e.g., cash. Now then, it is a bit easier to relate financial capital to interest income....
1) 200*34.5*(1.01) = 2) 13459*(1.0675) =
The probability of not hitting oil is .8 The probability of not hitting oil in 5 tries is .8^5 = .32768. Ergo, the probability of getting at least 1 hit is (1-.32768) = .67232
I presume you can determine the price the monopolist will charge. (hint: MR=100-2Q, MC=10) Draw a graph showing the demand line, the MC line, the MR line, the maximizing price and quantity. Consumer surplus will be the triangle area below demand but above price. Producer surpl...
Business Math and Statistics
I'm having trouble coming up with a "common" circumstance example of why a firm would purchase an annuity. Annuities generally lose their liquidity. The most common reason why a firm would hold a pile of cash is to have cash reserves -- to pay for unexpected events.
There are a number of ways to solve this problem. Here is one. The standard deviation of a binominal is sqrt(n*p*q) where p is the probability of an event and q is 1-p. So, SD = sqrt(25*.38*.62) = 2.427 The expected number that 6 hours or less is .38*25 = 9.5. Now then (14-9.5...
If the $1892 was earned income (e.g., wages), the person would likely receive a hefty $757 earned income tax credit, which would be included in any "refund" check the person would otherwise receive.
ATC should be equal to $4 under the conditions you state
I dont understand your demand equations. You state the demand for text books is: m 2py Could you elaborate and explain your terms? I would expect the demand function for text books to be some function of the price of text books and income. Regardless, the questions you ask rea...