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math
Third one is wrong.!! right answer????
May 19, 2013

ECONOMICS
Economists often view life cycle variation in income as one form of transitory variation in income around people's lifetime or permanent, income. In this sense, how does your current income compare to your permanent income? Do you think your current income accurately ...
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
College students sometimes work as summer interns for private firms or for the government. Many of these positions pay very little or nothing. What is the opportunity cost of taking such a job? Explain why students might be willing to take such jobs. If you were to compare the...
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
Imagine a firm that hires two types of workers: some with computer skills and some without. If technology advances so that computers become more useful to the firm, what happens to the marginal product of the two types of workers? What happens to equilibrium wages? Explain.
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
There are two ways to protect your car from theft. The "club" makes it difficult for a car thief to take your car. Lojack makes it easier for the police to catch the car thief who has stolen it. Which of these types of protection conveys a negative externality on ...
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
that doesnt really help me out with the question, but thanks
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
Thirty years ago, the market for chicken was perfectly competitive. Then, Frank Perdue started marketing chicken under his own name. How do you suppose Perdue created a brand name for chicken? What did he gain from doing so? What did society gain from having brand name chicken...
April 13, 2013

ECONOMICS
Among perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly, how would you classify the markets for each of the following drinks ? Tap water Bottled water Cola Beer
April 9, 2013

ECONOMICS
Singer Taylor Swift has a monopoly over a scarce resource: herself. She is the only person who can produce a Taylor Swift concert. Does this fact imply that the government should regulate the prices of her concerts? Why or why not?
March 28, 2013

economics
Bob's lawn mowing service is a profit-maximizing competitive firm. Bob mows lawns for $27.00 each. His total cost each day is $280 , of which $30 is a fixed cost. He mows 10 lawns a day. What can you say about Bob's short-run decision regarding shut-down and long-run ...
March 18, 2013

ECONOMICS
Suppose your college charges you separately for tuition and for room and board. What is a cost of attending college that is not an opportunity cost? What is an explicit opportunity cost of attending college? What is an implicit opportunity cost of attending college?
March 15, 2013

ECONOMICS
Name two types of market failure (with examples). Explain why each may cause market outcomes to be inefficient
March 15, 2013

ECONOMICS
A senator wants to raise tax revenues and make workers better off. A staff member proposes raising the payroll tax paid by firms and using part of the extra revenues to reduce the payroll tax paid by workers. Would this strategy achieve the senator's goal? Explain.
March 15, 2013

math
if vectors a+b+c=0 and modulus of the vectors a, b and c are 3 ,5 and 7 respectively. find the angle between the vectors a and b.
January 5, 2013

dyanamics
Which one of the following statements is correct? (a) Energy and work are scalars (b) Force and work are vectors (c) Energy, momentum and velocity are vectors (d) Force, momentum and velocity are scalars
August 3, 2012

math
10,240
November 2, 2011

physical science
whats the speed of sound in air at 30 degrees Celsius.
July 7, 2011

physics
How much heat must be absorbed by a 500 g pot of water in order to raise the temperature from 20„aC to 30„aC?
July 5, 2011

Buisness Management
Contingent workers are assuming a greater role in today’s organization. With that as a background, discuss compensation and benefit issues associated with the following workers: part-time, temporary, independent workers, and flexible/telecommuting. What impact may these ...
June 6, 2011

Contingent workers
Contingent workers are assuming a greater role in today’s organization. With that as a background, discuss compensation and benefit issues associated with the following workers: part-time, temporary, independent workers, and flexible/telecommuting. What impact may these ...
June 6, 2011

Difference between executive pay and non-executive
Contrast the principle difference between executive pay and non-executive pay, including a discussion on controversies associated with the growing disparity between executive and non-executive compensation packages.
June 6, 2011

5th Grade
write the number13 inbase six
May 21, 2011

Managerial Accounting
If they are product costs, they could be carried on the books until the product is sold, making a short term "reduction" in costs. Ethical? It is smoke and mirrors, it is legal, and it does hide costs that ultimately will need to be paid. If I were the accounting ...
November 11, 2010

Managerial Accounting
M.K. Gallant is president of Kranbrack Corporation, a company whose stock is traded on a national exchange. In a meeting with investment analysts at the beginning of the year, Gallant had predicted that the company’s earnings would grow by 20% this year. Unfortunately, ...
November 11, 2010

Market Power
QuadPlex Cinema is the only movie theater in Idaho Falls. The nearest rival movie theater, the Cedar Bluff Twin, is 35 miles away in Pocatello. Thus QuadPlex Cinema possesses a degree of market power. Despite having market power, QuadPlex Cinema is currently suffering losses. ...
October 27, 2010

perfect competition
If all the assumptions of perfect competition hold, why would firms in such an industry have little incentive to carry out technological change or much research and development? What condition would encourage research and development in competitive industries?
October 27, 2010

econmics
The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile ma-chine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $ 50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day ( i. e., marginal product is constant and ...
October 22, 2010

econmics
The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile ma-chine exists that can assemble garments faster than a human can. Workers cost $ 50 per day, and each additional laborer can produce 200 more units per day ( i. e., marginal product is constant and ...
October 22, 2010

Manageral Economics (Economyst Only Please)
and you are not much help eother
October 16, 2010

Manageral Economics (Economyst Only Please)
Bridget has a limited income and consumes only wine and cheese; her current consumption choice is four bottles of wine and 10 pounds of cheese. The price of wine is $ 10 per bottle, and the price of cheese is $ 4 per pound. The last bottle of wine added 50 units to Bridget&#...
October 16, 2010

Manageral Economics (Economyst Only Please)
In an article about the financial problems of USA Today, Newsweek reported that the paper was losing about $ 20 million a year. A Wall Street analyst said that the paper should raise its price from 50 cents to 75 cents, which he estimated would bring in an additional $ 65 ...
October 16, 2010

Manageral Economics (Economyst Only Please)
Wilpen Company, a price- setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U. S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification: where Q is the number of cans of tennis balls sold ...
October 16, 2010

economics
thanks for not helping
October 16, 2010

economics
Wilpen Company, a price- setting firm, produces nearly 80 percent of all tennis balls purchased in the United States. Wilpen estimates the U. S. demand for its tennis balls by using the following linear specification: where Q is the number of cans of tennis balls sold ...
October 16, 2010

price elasticity
In an article about the financial problems of USA Today, Newsweek reported that the pa-per was losing about $ 20 million a year. AWall Street analyst said that the paper should raise its price from 50 cents to 75 cents, which he estimated would bring in an additional $ 65 ...
October 16, 2010

economics
Bridget has a limited income and consumes only wine and cheese; her current consumption choice is four bottles of wine and 10 pounds of cheese. The price of wine is $ 10 per bottle, and the price of cheese is $ 4 per pound. The last bottle of wine added 50 units to Bridget&#...
October 16, 2010

Substitution and Income Effects
not really helpful mrs sue
October 14, 2010

Substitution and Income Effects
i dont really know what i need to do. i need help generating ideas.
October 14, 2010

Substitution and Income Effects
Managers are very interested in how a consumer makes a choice among alternatives. In this exercise, we ask you to consider the amount of money you spend purchasing gasoline to operate your automobile for a month and any alternatives available to you assuming your net income ...
October 14, 2010

economics
U.S. cigarette makers face enormous punitive damage penalties after losing a series of class-action lawsuits that heaped penalties amounting to several hundred billion dollars on the tobacco industry. In spite of the huge penalties, The Wall Street Journal reported, "The ...
October 13, 2010

economics
Increasingly, employees are being allowed to choose benefit packages from a menu of items. For instance, workers may be given a package of benefits that includes basic and optional items. Basics might include modest medical coverage, life insurance equal to a year's salary...
October 13, 2010

economics
1)The director of marketing at Vanguard Corporation believes the sales of the company’s Bright Side Laundry detergent (S) are related to Vanguard’s own advertising expenditure (A), as well as the combined advertising expenditures of its three biggest rival detergents...
October 10, 2010

Math
If the standard error of the sampling distribution of the sample proportion is .0337 for samples of size 200, then the population proportion must be: A) 0.25 B) 0.75 C) 0.20 or 0.80 D) 0.35 or 0.65
February 22, 2009

English
Are u still there ?
November 17, 2008

Consitution Law
Assume that there is a provision in the Colorado state consitution that is in conflict with a statute that was passed by the U.S Congress and enacted into law. Which will be true? a) Colorado consistutional provision wil control; the federal statute is invalid. b) Federal ...
April 12, 2007

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