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Economics
I have the following question in my assignment: The cost of producing stero systems has fallen over the past several decades. A:Use the supply-and-demand diagram to show the effects of fallaing production costs on the price and quantity of steros sold. B:In you diagram, show ...
March 11, 2008 by G

economics
Mexico produce only two goods, fish and coconuts. They only consume goods produced within their own country and do not trade with anyone. However Mexico needs more fish now.if they produce more fish they have to give up more coconuts. In the neighbor country, Canada has lower ...
April 16, 2012 by rimm

managerial economics
Twenty first century electronics has discovered a theft problem at its warehouse and decided to hire security guards. The firm wants to hire the optimal number of security guards. The following table shows how the number of security guards affects the number of radios stolen ...
July 11, 2011 by kim

Economics
a. If total expenditures (Social security) were frozen, what would happen to benefits per retiree? To tax payments per worker? (Assume that social security taxes and receipts are balanced in each year) b. If benefits per retiree were frozen, what would happen to total ...
November 17, 2006 by Mike

English
I had to rewrite sentences so that there were no longer fragments are they correct? 1. The idea of a credit card first appeared in 1887, according to Lawrence M. Ausbel, author of “Credit Cards,” in the McGraw- Hill Encyclopedia of Economics. 2. Originally an imaginary ...
September 5, 2010 by keisha

Economics
1) In which of the following situations would someone have to pay a gift tax? A. A relative dies and leaves you $13,000 in the will. B. Your cousin gives you a car worth $1,700. C. Your grandmother gives you $13,000 toward college. <<--- 2)Which of the following has ...
July 6, 2012 by Halima

Economics
The production engineers at Impact industries have derived the expansion path shown in the following figure. The price of labor is $100 per unit. a. What prices does an impact industry pay for capital? b. If the manager at impact decides to produce 180 units of output, how ...
November 20, 2009 by Gio

Economics
Can you tell me please if my answer is right to the following question? The question: present Adam Smith's theory of value and limitations. 1. Labor cost: he supported that everyone must produce his own goods using own labor and exchange the surplus with other goods. In this ...
February 25, 2012 by Anna

economics
(2 points) Suppose that the following equations describe an economy (C, I, G, T, and Y are measured in billions of dollars and r is measured in percent; for example, r = 10 means r = 10%) 􀜥􀵌170􀵅0.6...
August 16, 2010 by kojo

Economics
Help The answer i got is : GDP grew 10% GDP for 2006 using 2005 as the base year increase by 20% real GDP grow? 10% If i'm right, let me know, if not, please show Calculation Thank You Use the following data to answer questions 1-3 (be sure to provide all calculations). ...
December 1, 2008 by Randy Johnson

Economics
adam smith supported three different views of theory of value (are the followings correct, i will add them to my essay) 1. Labor cost: he supported that everyone must produce his own goods using own labor and exchange the surplus with other goods. In this model of society no ...
February 25, 2012 by Ana

finance/math
A group of economics students gathered to study for a test on the money and banking system in the U.S. During a fast and furious brainstorm session, Jill scribbled down several key phrases she will use to study tomorrow. Unfortunately, in her haste, all the statements in her ...
May 16, 2011 by kim

economics
ugh my book gives us the easy stuff and then our homework makes no sense. if someone could help me out by directing me to any other sites or just explaining how it works and any formulas it would be great. i want to understand what i'm doing but when my teacher doesn't really ...
December 11, 2014 by K.T.

Economics
3. Starting from short-run equilibrium, the following occurs: Labor productivity rises, and individuals expect higher (future) incomes. What will be the effects on the price level, Real GDP, and the unemployment rate in the short run? a.Real GDP will fall, the unemployment ...
April 26, 2007 by Sarah

Economics
3. Starting from short-run equilibrium, the following occurs: Labor productivity rises, and individuals expect higher (future) incomes. What will be the effects on the price level, Real GDP, and the unemployment rate in the short run? a.Real GDP will fall, the unemployment ...
April 26, 2007 by Sarah

Economics/ Interest Rate
Let's consider a three-month U.S. government bond. The interest rate on these loans is very low because it includes only two of the five components. Which two components of the interest rate are most important for a three-month T-bond?? -Positive rate of time preference -...
June 14, 2007 by John

economics
Suppose that the demand curve for wheat is Q= 100-10P and the supply curve is Q=10P. The government imposes a price support at Ps= 6 using a deficiency program. 1.What is the quantity supplied and the priced cleared by the market, and the deficiency payment? 2.Graph you ...
November 20, 2006 by Tinu

Economics
The chapter is on Production and costs in thelong run, we are given a long run expansion path graph, all through out the book we are given labor cost and capital cost, ie. price of labor $5 dollars per unit(w), price of capital $10 per unit (r). Then I get the following ...
July 3, 2007 by Ed

economics
since the AC curve in the problem is upward-sloping everywhere, it is not possible to construct a zero-profit equilibrium given the assumptions of the problem (this outcome requires a U-shaped AC curve). this problem will consider an alternative example where a long-run ...
November 13, 2011 by john

Economics
Suppose that there are 1,000 hot-pretzel stands operating in Toronto. Each stand has the usual U-shaped average total cost curve. Both the market demand curve and the supply curve for pretzels are linear, and the market for pretzels is in long-run competitive equilibrium. a) ...
December 4, 2016 by Mitch

physical education/sport
explain the view that physical education is a process of educating the whole person Chloe, this is just my opinion, but it is supported by both physiology and psychology. Just as a brain needs age and experience to mature to its potential, the body needs the same thing. Think ...
September 27, 2006 by chloe

managerial economics
A golf-course operator must decide what greens fees (prices) to set on rounds of golf. Daily demand during the week is Pd = 36 –Qd/10 where Qd is the number of 18 hole rounds and Pd is the price per round. Daily demand on the weekend is Pw = 50 – Qw/12. As a practical ...
April 25, 2008 by Rai

Economics
The economy consists of the following: - working-age population: 20M - full time employment: 8M - part-time employment: 2M (1M of whom wish they had full-time jobs) - unemployment: 1M If 0.6M of those unemployed are frictionally, structurally, and seasonally unemployed, what ...
February 28, 2007 by Freddy

Algebra
How would I complete this problem? Geometry. The area of a rectangle of length x is given by 3x^2 + 5x. Find the width of the rectangle. I think the width is 3x+5 but not sure. Subjects Art Business Computers English Foreign Languages Health Home Economics Mathematics Music ...
June 5, 2007 by Loreal

Managerial Economics
Dr. Jeraisy, a well-known plastic surgeon, has a reputation for being one of the best surgeons for reconstructive nose surgery. Dr. Jeraisy enjoys a rather substantial degree of market power in this market. She has estimated demand for her work to be: Q = 480 – 0.2P Where Q ...
September 6, 2007 by Mo

Managerial Economics
Dr. Jeraisy, a well-known plastic surgeon, has a reputation for being one of the best surgeons for reconstructive nose surgery. Dr. Jeraisy enjoys a rather substantial degree of market power in this market. She has estimated demand for her work to be: Q = 480 – 0.2P Where Q ...
September 6, 2007 by Mo

Economics
The Fed conducts an open market purchase of securities. Explain the effects of this action in the short run and the long run on: a)The quantity of money b)The quantity of money demanded c)The nominal interest rate d)The real interest rate e)Real GDP f)The price level Take a ...
November 27, 2006 by Jayda

International Economics
Please use one graph per country and show both the autarky and the free trade equilibrium on each graph. Consider the following data on the factor endowments of two countries A and B: Countries Factor Endowments A B Labor force: L 100 workers 50 workers Capital Stock: K 60 ...
March 2, 2016 by Sadie

Advanced Economics
I know that equilibrium is a static status in model in which relevant constraints are enough so that it is restrictive to ylied testable implications (From Proffesor N.S.Cheung) while disequilibrium is the opposed. HOWEVER, STILL I have questions that are important in ...
February 2, 2009 by Troublesome John

economics
I answered some questions. pls check if they are correct and pls help in questions e and f. Production Possibilities Possibility Maximum Units of Good A Maximum Units of Good B a 200 0 b 180 60 c 160 100 d 100 160 e 40 200 f 0 220 a. Plot these production possibilities, label ...
December 15, 2008 by jason

To: Economyst
Hi there. You helped me with a couple of questions regarding Econ. I appreciate the help but my issue is I don't understand how you calculate the minimum average variable cost or the output that maximizes profit. I do understand that the price is more than the AVC so they ...
November 4, 2009 by cb

Economics
Budweiser (now owned by a Belgium based beer company), Miller and Coors who together produce 85% of all beer consumed in the US, each spend well over $250 million a year on television advertising campaigns, promoting their beer brands. Obviously, if one firm is advertising its...
May 10, 2011 by Bill

micro
On one society A the price of an apple is $3 and the price of an orange is $7, while on socity B the apple and orange are the same price, $4. society A people consume 10 apples and 8 oranges while societyB people consume 8 apples and 12 oranges. Which society is better off? ...
May 26, 2007 by aloha

economics
Part 1 A firm has the current liabilities and equity financing on its balance sheet. The firm has taxable income that puts it in a 38% federal tax bracket, and the state in which it operates levies a 6.5% income tax. Compute the firm’s weighted average cost of capital. ...
April 25, 2016 by Tom

Economics
5. (Ch. 17 # 5) Sparkle is one firm of many in the market for toothpaste, which is in long-run equilibrium. a. Draw a diagram showing Sparkle’s demand curve, marginal revenue curve, average cost curve, and marginal cost curve. Label Sparkle’s profit-maximizing output and ...
April 8, 2007 by Amanda

Economics
6. The chapter uses the analogy of a "leaky bucket" to explain one constraint on the redistribution of income. a. What elements of the U.S. system for redistributing income create the leaks in the bucket? Be specific. b. Do you think that Republicans or Democrats generally ...
March 1, 2007 by Sarah

Economics
Assume that you are considering a 7-night vacation to Fort Walton Beach, Florida, in March. You estimate the total cost of the trip to Fort Walton Beach at $1,250, including discounted airfare. However, a resort at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is offering 3 free nights with a...
October 18, 2015 by Sammy

economics
When the price of X is $1 and the price of Y is $1 and income is I, Joe Panther spends $100 on good X. One day Joe is walking down Downer street and is dismayed to discover that the price of good X has increased to $2. However, moments later Joe is delighted to find a $100 ...
October 2, 2012 by Jake

Economics
A tract of land is found to contain a plant from which drug companies can extract a newly discovered cancer-fighting medicine. This variety of plant does not grow anywhere else in the world. Initially, the many owners of lots within this trtact, who had not planned to use the ...
November 11, 2009 by Anonymous

Economics
. A bumper crop of farm products causes: A. only a slight decline in the price of farm products because the demand for farm products is income inelastic. B. a large decline in the price of farm products because the demand for farm products is price inelastic. C. only a slight ...
June 9, 2008 by Glenda

ECON 4346
4-The three fundamental economic questions of what, how, and for whom: a-exist because of scarcity. b-are much more serious in a socialist system. c-are not serious in a capitalistic system. d-are not relevant in the industrialized world of today. 5-When the market price is ...
September 19, 2012 by Randy

economics
why do governments provide certain goods instead of leaving the provision of those goods to the free market? Plenty of reasons. 1) the good could be a public good, like national defense. (look up the characteristics of a public good). 2) it could be a merit good, something ...
May 16, 2007 by stacy

Economics
Upper Slobbovians smoke 10 million cigarettes per year, so do Lower Slobbovians. To discourage smoking, each country imposes an excise tax of 50 cents per pack. As a result, the price of cigarettes rises by 35 cents in upper Slobbovia, but only by 15 cents in lower Slobbovia ...
September 21, 2006 by Cristina

Economics
The assessed value of Patty's residential property was $200,000 in 2004. In 2006, the assessed value increased to $225,000. The property tax rate in both years was 1.2 percent. Patty earned $60,000 each year. Determine Patty’s property taxes for 2004 by calculating 1.2 ...
March 16, 2015 by Kesha

Economics
From reading a paragraph, I gathered following facts. Bills and coins outside the bank: 175 Checkable deposits 418 savings and time deposits 1782 currency inside bank 28 central bank deposit 186. so.. the banks reserve is 186+28=214 monetary base: 186 + 175 = 361 M1: 418 + 175...
November 29, 2006 by Anne

economics
Okay might be a studpid question, but I am asking anyway: the question goes like: A US dollar costs 7.5 Norweigian kr, but at the same dollar can be purchased for 1.25 Swiss francs. What is the Norweigian Kr/Swiss franc exchange? My answer would be: Først to calculate what 1 ...
January 22, 2007 by Ange

economics-to Ms Sue OR ANYONE
I HAVE TO PREPARE A PROJECT ON 'CONSUMER AWARENESS'(CLASS 10TH). SO CAN YOU PLZZZ TELL ME THAT WHAT IS TH NEED OF CONSUMER AWARENESS IN TODAY'S WORLD?& HOW CONSUMERS ARE EXPLOITED? &SOME MORE INFORMATION ABOUT 'CONSUMER AWARENESS'. ALSO PLZZZ GIVE SOME TIPS ON PREPARING A ...
June 11, 2006 by bhavna

Economics
Four roommates are planning to spend the weekend in their dorm room watching old movies, and they are debating how many to watch. Here is their willingness to pay for each film: Film Orson Alfred Woody Ingmar 1st. $7 $5 $3 $2 2nd. 6 4 2 1 3rd. 5 3 1 0 4th. 4 2 0 0 5th. 3 1 0 0...
July 13, 2010 by Anonymous 2

economics
A firm that sells e-books – books in digital form downloadable from the Internet – sells all e-books relating to do-it-yourself topics (home plumbing, gardening, and so on) at the same price. At present, the company can earn a maximum annual profit of $25,000 when it sells...
April 10, 2012 by Anonymous

Biochem
Computers English Foreign Languages Health Home Economics Math Music Physical Education Science Social Studies GRADE LEVELS Preschool Kindergarten Elementary School 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School 9th Grade 10th Grade...
November 13, 2014 by Pop

Economics
There are two groups of individuals of equal size, each with a utility function given by U(M) = sq. root(M), where M = 100 is the initial wealth level for every individual. Each member of group 1 faces a loss of 36 with probability 0.5. Each member of group 2 faces the same ...
January 11, 2012 by John

7th grade Literature help
Hi, I need to pick one of the options below, but they are hard. Option One seems like it will take forever because I need to turn this in today and it takes me forever to research things. Option Two seems hard because I don't know what the main character (Tayla) would take ...
November 15, 2012 by Delilah

Economics
ARBOC ARBEZ WHEAT COFFEE WHEAT COFFEE 120 0 120 0 0 30 0 20 8. The terms of trade are 2 units of wheat per unit of coffee, Arboc should produce which good? Arbez should produce which good? 9. The terms of trade are 5 units of wheat per unit of coffee, Arboc should produce ...
February 7, 2011 by Anonymous

Economics
There are three industrial firms in Happy Vally. Initial Cost of Reducing Firm Pollution Level Pollution by 1 unit A 70 units $20 B 80 units $25 C 50 units $10 The government wants to reduce pollution to 120 units, so it gives each firm 40 tradable pollution permits. Basically...
October 25, 2010 by Anonymous

Economics
There are three industrial firms in Happy Vally. Initial Cost of Reducing Firm Pollution Level Pollution by 1 unit A 70 units $20 B 80 units $25 C 50 units $10 The government wants to reduce pollution to 120 units, so it gives each firm 40 tradable pollution permits. Basically...
October 25, 2010 by Anonymous

International Trade-Economics
The demand and supply curves for an import-competing industry in a country are given by: D = 500 – 10P, S = 100 + 10P. Similarly, the respective demand and supply curves of foreign country for this industry are given by D* = 400 – 10P, S* = 200 + 10P. a. What will be the ...
March 22, 2010 by JP

General Economics
• Businesses often decide between using automation and labor in production. An automotive environment may have high fixed costs and low variable costs, and an industry that utilizes manual labor for production will have low fixed costs and high variable costs. How would you ...
August 22, 2012 by Josh

Economics
The market demand and supply curves for an agricultural product are as follows: Qd = 4,500 - 250P; Qs = 200P where quantities are in thousands of bushels per annum and price is in dollars per bushel. The government wishes to achieve a higher point on the supply curve than the ...
October 11, 2006 by Amanda

Government/Economics Check
Out of 48 questions I struggled with these. Could someone please check? These are multiple choice questions, so if I'm incorrect I can re evaluate my other choices. 1.) A system of social control under which a particular group has the power to make and enforce laws=Democracy 2...
June 18, 2010 by Ariel

economics
i have some questions please help Transportation equipment that was purchased in 2004 for $200,000 must be replaced at the end of 2009. what is the estimated cost of the replacement, based on, the following equipment cost index: Year INDEX YEAR INDEX 2004 223 2007 257 2005 238...
June 3, 2010 by William

Economics-please
Getting back in time, when Nancy wa just about to open her account, and assuming she could choose among credit sources that offered differednt monthly balance determinations, and assunming further that Nancy would increase her outstanding balance over time, whcih credit source...
June 15, 2006 by Manny

economics
Samantha Jones has a job as a pharmacist earning $30,000 per year, and she is deciding whether to take another job as the manager of another pharmacy for $40,000 per year or to purchase a pharmacy that generates revenue of $200,000 per year. To purchase the pharmacy, Samantha ...
August 8, 2011 by aaniya gill

Expansion Path Economics
I've been trying to find a solution to this without much success. I am given the following....The production engineers at Impact Industries have derived the expansion path shown in the following figure. The price of labor is $100 per unit. There is a graph showing the ...
July 14, 2007 by Ed

Economics
This problem is based on the specific factors model. Consider the economy of the Shire that produces cereals and swords. Each industry employs Hobbits, but land is specific to the production of cereals, and metal is a specific factor in the sword industry. The amounts of land...
October 3, 2013 by Joy

Economics- please check
Please check to see if my answers are correct. Complete each sentence by choosing the correct answer from the list of terms below. You will not use all of the terms. *normal good *complements *income effect *demand curve *ineleastic *inferior good *law of demand *unitary ...
October 14, 2007 by Anonymous

Home Economics
What are some advertising techniques? http://www.google.com/search?as_q=&hl=en&num=10&btnG=Google+Search&as_epq=advertising+techniques&as_oq=&as_eq=&lr=&as_ft=i&as_filetype=&as_qdr=all&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&as_occt=title&as_dt=i&as_sitesearch=&as_rights=&safe=active
January 5, 2007 by Alyssa

Physics
Home Economics Math Music Physical Education Science Social Studies GRADE LEVELS Preschool Kindergarten Elementary School 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade College Adult ...
April 17, 2016 by Rameel

Managerial Economics
Suppose Bill is on a low-carbohydrate diet. He can eat only three foods: Rice Krispies, cottage cheese, and popcorn. The marginal utilities for each food are tabulated below. Bill is allowed only 167 grams of carbohydrates daily. Rice Krispies, cottage cheese, and popcorn ...
March 3, 2010 by Nauman

Economics
50. In both monopolistic competition and non-price-discriminating monopoly, isn't the marginal revenue curve lies below the demand curve? 51. A monopolistically competitive firm is producing an output level where marginal revenue is greater than marginal cost. This firm should...
December 5, 2006 by Sammy

managerial economics
The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine 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 ...
February 8, 2008 by jean

managerial economics
The MorTex Company assembles garments entirely by hand even though a textile machine 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 ...
February 16, 2008 by jean

Populists
Are the populists liberal, reactionary or radical? Are there any websites that can view the different perspectives on populists during the late 1800's? -thanks The term liberal, reactionary, and radical are not very useful for describing views. example:What is the philosophy ...
January 4, 2007 by Gerald

Math (trigonometry)
MONDAY  December 3, 2012 SCHOOL SUBJECTS Art Business Computers English Foreign Languages Health Home Economics Math Music Physical Education Science Social Studies GRADE LEVELS Preschool Kindergarten Elementary School 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th ...
December 3, 2012 by Sammy

economics
give all answers in detail what is consumer awareness Need of consumer awareness Consumer law in india forms of consumer exploitation consumer protections-i)some perspectives ii)case study role of producers in protecting consumers advice to consumers,their duties conclusions ...
June 14, 2006 by anonymous

Economics
2) Earl’s production function is f(x1, x2) = x1^(1/2) * x2^(1/3), where x1 is the number of pounds of lemons he uses and x2 is the number of hours he spends squeezing them. His cost function is c(w1, w2, y) = 2w1^(1/2) * w2^(1/2) * y^(3/2), where w1 is the cost per pound, w2...
November 2, 2009 by Anonymous

Economics
Earl’s production function is f(x1, x2) = x1^(1/2) * x2^(1/3), where x1 is the number of pounds of lemons he uses and x2 is the number of hours he spends squeezing them. His cost function is c(w1, w2, y) = 2w1^(1/2) * w2^(1/2) * y^(3/2), where w1 is the cost per pound, w2 is...
November 3, 2009 by Anonymous

Economics
Production Possibilities Curve (PPC) Worksheet All PPC’s Reflect Increasing Opportunity Costs For Numbers 1-10, think the change affects all markets. On all graphs, place “Consumer Goods” on the X Axis and place “Capital Goods” on the Y. 1) Hurricane Katrina does ...
August 21, 2014 by Ana

Economics
3. (i) Sleak Teak builds yard furniture using hardwoods and (in a smaller shop) handcrafted knick-knacks from the same sort of wood. The hardwood usage in the two lines of product are Yard Furniture: Y = 2 Ty - .001Ty2 Knick-knacks: Z = 20Tz - .01 Tz 2 where Y and Z are units ...
May 25, 2011 by Michelle

Economics
21. The EU is an example of a trading bloc, or _______, that has a common external tariff and no internal tariffs, and that coordinates laws to facilitate trade between member countries. A. strategic alliance B. joint venture C. common market D. multinational export assistance...
January 23, 2012 by Heather

Economics Questions.
I am not quite sure about the following questions, is it True or False for each of the following? 1) The exchange rate (under PPP) between the dollar and the British pound would be 0.5 dollars per British pound if a pair of American jeans costs 50 dollars in New York and 100 ...
June 18, 2008 by Leo

geography
What is the significance of this and what are the consquences. I don't understand the world of economics. Maybe a little help to get started. Thank you. Canacol Energy, an oil firm listed in Toronto and Bogota has a goal to increase its output to 35,000 barrels of crude oil ...
November 20, 2010 by Sarah

Economics
You have opened your own word processing service. You have already bought a special computer needed for word processing and paid $5,000 for it. However, due to the cost changes in the computer industry, the current price of an equivalent machine is $2,500. You could sell any ...
October 11, 2012 by Damone

Economics
The answer i got is : GDP grew 10% GDP for 2006 using 2005 as the base year increase by 20% real GDP grow? 10% If i'm right, let me know, if not, please show Calculation Thank You Use the following data to answer questions 1-3 (be sure to provide all calculations). Quantity ...
December 1, 2008 by John Price

Economics
five final goods and services that are not included on the GNP GNP is the sum of the market value of all final goods and services produced in a country over one year. So, to be excluded from GNP, the good or service a) generally cannot have a "market value", and b) is not one ...
June 23, 2005 by Dj Pruit

U.S. and Global Economics
I'm in need of help really bad. I been sitting here( I got a serious butt ache) trying to figure out this answers and I only got question one. Plz at least explain these questions to me. I would highly appreciate it. :) you don't need to explain # 1 I got the answer. 1. Give ...
September 28, 2013 by Mary

science
If the country is not increasing in population growth rate, what are some socio/economic problems that might occur? In such a situation, the average age of the population increases and, unless there is an actuarily sound retirement funding program (instead of "pay as you go", ...
November 29, 2006 by Fallon

ECONOMICS/ACCOUNTING/BUSINESS
PLS HELP, BEEN STUCK FOREVER ON TWO QUESTIONS, THIS IS ONE : There are usually no costs for the first 3 years, but thereafter maintenance is re- quired for restriping, weed control, light replacement, shoulder repairs, etc. For one section of a particular highway, these costs ...
June 24, 2013 by Aly

Economics
Suppose that 20 workers were required in 2010 to produce 120,000 bushels of wheat on a 1,000-acre farm. a. What is the average output per acre? (?) bushels per acre What is the average output per worker? (?) bushels per worker b. If in 2020 only 16 workers produce 132,000 ...
August 20, 2015 by Jin

economics 7
An electronics company advertises that the battery life of its new smart phone with normal usage averages 72 hours. The company says this is one of the desirable characteristics of the phone which makes the phone a better choice compared to competitor phones. Recently, the ...
September 7, 2014 by Mia

economics
An electronics company advertises that the battery life of its new smart phone with normal usage averages 72 hours. The company says this is one of the desirable characteristics of the phone which makes the phone a better choice compared to competitor phones. Recently, the ...
September 8, 2014 by miguel

economics (7)
An electronics company advertises that the battery life of its new smart phone with normal usage averages 72 hours. The company says this is one of the desirable characteristics of the phone which makes the phone a better choice compared to competitor phones. Recently, the ...
September 8, 2014 by miguel

college fundamentals of manageral economics
Evidenced by the recently reported quarterly growth the US economy seems to be on its way out of the most sever recession since the Great Depression. The unemployment picture however remains rather bleak. Still over 14 million Americans are without jobs. The US economic ...
March 7, 2010 by Anonymous

Economics
In a place rice growers burn their field to stabilize their fields the field burning causes pollution, the alternative sanitizing method costs $150 per acre. Consider a country where rice farmers are willing to pay $500 per acre for land and corn farmers (who do not sanitize ...
May 5, 2009 by eStone

economics
This is my son who is in 10th grade homework assignment. I want to be able to help and not look like a dope! I really have no clue! 1. Why do economists consider growth in the average labor productivity to be the key factor in determining long run living standards? 2. And, Let...
April 29, 2011 by Liz

managerial economics
What are the relevant and irrelevant costs? Two partners who own Progressive Business Solutions, which currently operates out of an office in a small town near Boston, just discovered a vacancy in an office building in downtown Boston. One of the partners favors moving ...
June 21, 2013 by air

Economics
Suppose that you are a policy maker concerned with correcting the effects of gases and particulates emitted by an local power plant. 1. What tools would you use? 2. What would be the benefits of the actions? 3. What would be the costs? 4. How would you decide what was the best...
May 5, 2007 by Jo

social studies check answers
2.B 3.A 4.C 5.B 2.Caribbean South America has A. a predominantly tropical climate. B. varied climate zones due to coastal and highland areas. C. an arid climate in the north and a wet climate in the south. D. mountain climates determined by elevation. 3.Which statement best ...
April 16, 2014 by matt

ECONOMICS
1) If the price of a product produced in a competitive market increases, which of the following is most likely to occur in the labor market for workers who produce the product? A) the demand for labor and the number of workers hired both increase B) the supply of labor and the...
July 19, 2012 by Booker Perry

Economics
Consider the following two country-two goods world, with a single input, labor: Daily production per worker Commodity Portugal England Wine (barrels) 2 OR 1 Cloth (bolts) 4 OR 3 a) Does either country have absolute and/or comparative advantage in any product? Provide support ...
November 2, 2007 by Diantoni

Economics
There is a debate about whether sterile needles should be given out in cities with high drug use. Some say that doing so will decrease HIV/AIDS from sharing needles. Others believe it will encourage drug use. As an economist, you must know the following: -How responsive the ...
March 17, 2009 by Kingram

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