QUESTION Consider an economy described by the following equations: Y=C+I+G Y=500 G=1,000 T=1,000 C=250+0.75(Y-T) I=1,000-50r a.In this economy, compute private saving, public saving, and national saving. b. Find the equilibrium interest rate. c. Now suppose that G rises to 1,...
October 21, 2007
1. In the Country of Wiknam, the velocity of money is constant. Real GDP grows by 5 percent per year, the money stock grows by 14 percent per year, and the nominal interest rate is 11 percent. What is the real interest rate? 2. The goverment raises taxes by $100 billion. If ...
October 21, 2007
I need help with this question and am a student here. Can you PLEASE show me how to do this?? QUESTION Consider an economy described by the following equations: Y=C+I+G Y=500 G=1,000 T=1,000 C=250+0.75(Y-T) I=1,000-50r a.In this economy, compute private saving, public saving, ...
October 20, 2007
Any ideas for a simple scientific study? Question, observation, hypothesis, testing, results and conclusion. Needs to be fairly simple and able to be tested an ample amount. Just looking for some ideas right now. If i can incorporate stream health, that would be great.
September 21, 2007
These new taxes were an atempt for the British to remain in control of the New World. British leaders were scared of the eminant revolt and wanted to keep bussiness in the New world in check. If colonist refused the taxes the British could refuse the goods. The colonists did ...
September 10, 2007
still do not see a diference in the two answers. It is leading me to surmize that "None of the above" is the correct answer. Possible because true answer would be that demand will decrease. Coffee would take 3 years to increase based on price of today.
September 9, 2007
I am answering a mutiple choice question and there are two that seem correct. One answer is "Supply will increase" The other is the other is "There will be movement along the supply curve to a higher quantity supplied." What is the diference between these ...
September 9, 2007
New York citys 7.9 million people have a daily per capita consumption of 173 gallons of water. how many tons of sodium flouride would be requred per year to give this watr 1 part flourine per million parts water?
September 3, 2007
well - - i dont know this stuff here but o-k here goes my 7th grader needs to get help with this - - 3 grades average 92 so what does tthe 4th one need to be to get an avg of 94 % ?? i ve 4 gotten in my old age - -thank you
August 29, 2007
How do I figure the ratio of one part liquid to eighteen parts water if I am using four gallons of water? Isn't the water liquid also? So all eighteen parts are liquid. 17 parts water= 17/18*4gal= 17/18*16quarts= ... 1 part solute= 1/18*16 quarts= 3.5 cups check my math If...
July 21, 2007
Why can humans not survive on Venus? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. You will find 2 answers above under "Science." Since the volunteers do not sit here 24/7, a half hour is not long enough to wait for an answer.
June 4, 2007
Given demand curve P=400-.05Q, at what price is total revenue maximized? There are a number of ways to do this problem. Let me use simple calculus. Total Revenue is P*Q=400Q-.05Q^2. Take the first derivitive wrt Q. MR=400-.1Q To maximize, find Q when MR=zero. Q=4000 Plug this ...
May 1, 2007
what is the most important issue facing the global economy? explain the issue in detail and your reasoning for it being so important. I say globalization and someone said that was too broad so I narrowed it down to international trade foreign exports between what countries? ...
April 29, 2007
could I have to write an essay on the question what is the most important issue facing the global economy? explain the issue in detail and your reasoning for it being so important. I chose the topic of globalization. could someone help me figure out a few key points to ...
April 28, 2007
The amount of money in an account with continuously compounded interest is given by the formula A = Pert, where P is the principal, r is the annual interest rate, and t is the time in years. Calculate to the hundredth of a year how long it takes for an amount of money to ...
April 22, 2007
How do I work out the square root of a number? it's simple. - you can use your calculator or use perfect squares to solve one. perfect squares: 4 9 16 25 36 49 etc. Need anything else just ask.
February 9, 2007
(Densities of object 1 and 2 are greater than that of the fluid) 1. Object 1 and 2 have same volume and shape, but object 1 is more dense than object 2, which one has greater buoyant force?? 2. object 1 and 2 has same mass, but density of object 1 is greater than object 2(has ...
October 27, 2006
an 6lb object is hanging from a 10lb object which in turn is hanging from a ceiling. need to find tension(T1) of rope from ceiling to 10lb object and tension(T2) from the 10lb object to the 6lb object. please, need assitance in trying to set up the problem. thanks Tension is a...
September 25, 2006
25 gram mass is given an upward acceleration of 30 m/s^2 by a rope. need help finding tension in the rope? not sure how to set up the problem?? Tension is the reaction force. Clearly you have two forces in opposite directions. Let T be the tension in the rope. The net force ...
September 25, 2006
how to you find a composite function form of y in this problem? y = 1/[(x^2+3x-5)^3] I dont understand your question. Composite functions require two functions. You listed one. Please amplify. That's what I thought at first. But I am thinking I might need to substitute y ...
June 19, 2006
(x-4)/(2x+4) is greater than or equal to 1. How do i express solutions to inequalities in interval notation without using the calculator? please help. (x-4)/(2x+4) >=1 multiplying by 2x+4 1) when (2x+4) is +, x-4>=2x+4 or x-2x>=8 -x>=8 x<=-8 notice the ...
June 16, 2006
what is a mortgage rate
Hello, I am in college and thinking of buying a house. What constitutes an excessively high mortgage rate today? I got an offer of 7.5% APR, which I know is high. But with limited credit history but a great credit score, this is the best offer I have received. Thank you so ...
August 24, 2005