Tuesday

January 24, 2017
Number of results: 32,719

**Financial Management**

Coogly Company is attempting to identify its weighted average cost of capital for the coming year and has hired you to answer some questions they have about the process. They have asked you to present this information in a PowerPoint presentation to the company’s management ...

*December 21, 2012 by Mimosa*

**Basic math for science**

A sportswear manufacture determines that the marginal cost of producing x worm-up suits is given in dollars by 20-0.015x.if the cost of producing one suits is $25,find the cost function and the cost of producing 50 suits and 100 suits

*May 29, 2016 by Rose*

**Microeconomics**

Producing paper creates pollution. The efficient quantity of paper is when the A. marginal social benefit of paper is equal to zero. B. marginal social cost of the pollution from making paper is equal to zero. C. marginal social of paper is equal to the marginal social cost of...

*August 5, 2013 by Nat*

**pre-calculus**

Callaway golf Company has determined that the marginal cost C of manufacturing x Big Bertha Golf clubs may be expressed by the quadratic function: C(x) = 4.9^2 - 617.4x + 19,600 How many clubs should be produced to minimize marginal cost?

*October 14, 2009 by n/a*

**Business Econ**

I need my answers checked for this question, thanks. A firm's production function: Q = 100 K^0.5 L^0.5 During the last production period, the firm operated efficiently and used input rates of 100 and 25 for labor and capital respectively. (a) What is the marginal product of ...

*March 10, 2007 by Bernice*

**Economics**

The following is a cost function for clinic visits in a small inner city clinic: a.Determine the marginal cost for each level of output. b.If the price per visit is given to be $25, at what level of visits will the maximum profit position be? What are the profits at this level...

*February 18, 2013 by Renee*

**Economic**

Suppose a firm has a constant marginal cost of$10 the current price of the product is $25, and at that price, it is estimated that the price elasticity of demand is -3.0. Is the firm charging the optimal price for the product? Demonstrate how you know.

*June 19, 2014 by Lala*

**Calculus**

Marginal Cost Businesses can buy multiple licenses for data compression software at a total cost of approximately C(x) = 96x2/3 dollars for x licenses. Find the derivative of this cost function at the following values x=8 and x=64 I do not know where to start?

*February 5, 2013 by Sarah*

**Brief calculus**

The marginal cost of producing the xth box of CDs is given by 9 − x/(x^2 + 1)^2. The total cost to produce 2 boxes is $1,200. Find the total cost function C(x). I'm getting 9x-(1/(x^2 - 1))+1181.9 but i guess its wrong

*November 3, 2013 by Kyle*

**Economics**

PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!! 1.WITH THE HELP OF DIAGRAMS,MAKE A DISTIOTION BETWEEN PERFECT COMPETITION AND MONOPOLOY IN THE SHORT AND LONG RUN 2.SUPPOSE A PROFIT MAXING FIRM IS PRODUCING AT AN OUTPUT LEVEL AT WHICH THE PRICE OF ITS PRODUCT IS LESS THAN THE AVERAGE TOTAL COST OF ...

*August 14, 2014 by Malima*

**Economics**

A firm with monoply power has the demand curve: P = 100 - 3Q + 4A^1/2 And has the total cost function: C = 4Q^2 + 10Q + A where A is the level of advertising expenditures. P is price, Q is output. How do I find the values of A, Q, and P that maximize the firm's profit?

*March 1, 2008 by Dan*

**Microeconomics**

Monopolistic Competition A profit-maximizing firm in a monopolistically competitive maket is characterized by which of the following: A. Average revenue exceeds marginal revenue. B. Marginal revenue exceeds average revenue, C. Average revenue is equal to marginal revenue. D. ...

*October 16, 2008 by G*

**Finance**

A firm has an opportunity to invest in a new device that will replace two of the firm’s older machines. The new device costs $570,000 and requires an additional outlay of $30,000 to cover installation and shipping. The new device will cause the firm to increase its net ...

*February 29, 2012 by Rachel*

**Micro economics**

Consider a firm with the following production function: q = (ak+bl)^(1/2) The firm's total costs can be written as C = F + rk + wl 1. Calculate the firm's contingent factor demand. Illustrate it in a graph including the firm's isoquant map 2. Assume that r/w > a/b. Find the...

*April 8, 2014 by Rasmus*

**economics**

Ever Kleen Pool Services provides weekly swimming pool maintenance in Atlanta. Dozens of firms provide this service. The service is standardized;each company cleans the pool and maintains the proper levels of chemicals in the water. The service is typically sold as a ...

*August 8, 2010 by Anonymous*

**economics**

The government is trying to adopt a strategy that would optimize the pollution abatement policy of lead in an industrial region. The government estimated the Marginal social benefit curve as MSB=10000-qlead and the marginal cost of abatement as MCA=650+0.25qlead . where qlead ...

*November 21, 2006 by Tinu*

**Management & Economics**

a producer of light bulbs claims to have the folllowing production function: Q=10L*G. a) what is the marginal product of labor? or glass? b)Draw the relavant isoquant map and isocost line if the cost of labor is $4 per work-hour and the cost of glass is $4 per pound and 90 ...

*September 17, 2011 by Lisel*

**Algebra**

The average cost per drink can be found by dividing the total cost (.25x+250=total cost) by the number of drinks sold (x). Write an equation that shows the average cost per drink.

*October 26, 2011 by Kelly*

**Accounting**

Your firm uses return on assets (ROA) to evaluate investment centers and is considering changing the valuation basis of assets from historical cost to current value. When the historical cost of the asset is updated, a price index is used to approximate replacement value. For ...

*July 4, 2011 by Jamal*

**q**

2. Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*September 12, 2010 by naresh kshirasagar*

**accounting**

a merchandising company wants to include the cost of operating its warehouse in the cost of inventory. The company’s controller argues that the cost of the warehouse is a reasonable and necessary cost of getting the inventory ready for sale and, therefore, should be included...

*April 6, 2011 by nisa*

**accounting**

a merchandising company wants to include the cost of operating its warehouse in the cost of inventory. The company’s controller argues that the cost of the warehouse is a reasonable and necessary cost of getting the inventory ready for sale and, therefore, should be included...

*April 10, 2011 by terisa*

**accounting**

A merchandising company wants to include the cost of operating its warehouse in the cost of inventory. The company’s controller argues that the cost of the warehouse is a reasonable and necessary cost of getting the inventory ready for sale and, therefore, should be included...

*April 12, 2011 by niska*

**accounting**

a merchandising company wants to include the cost of operating its warehouse in the cost of inventory. The company’s controller argues that the cost of the warehouse is a reasonable and necessary cost of getting the inventory ready for sale and, therefore, should be included...

*April 12, 2011 by niska*

**MircroEconomics - Production & Cost**

Please check my answers if they are correct! If not, please make corrections. Thank you! Bob, owner of Bob’s Auto, sells cars. The number of car sales is represented by y. Bob buys autos at a price of A each and has no other costs. He only buys as many cars as he sells. a) ...

*October 14, 2009 by Anonymous*

**economics**

1. Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*September 11, 2010 by rajender pal*

**economics**

2. Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*October 3, 2010 by Bhupendra*

**engineering**

Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*October 8, 2010 by vimal*

**economics**

2. Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*October 20, 2010 by murrali*

**ECONOMICS**

Q2) Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which: a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*October 24, 2010 by Anonymous*

**manaegerial economics**

iven a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes pr

*October 30, 2010 by amber*

**Microeconomics**

Diminishing marginal product suggests that: A: Additioanl units of output become less costly as more output is produced. B: Marginal cost is upward-sloping. C: The firm is at full capacity D: All of the above are correcr I am not sure how to answer this one? Would B be the ...

*August 19, 2008 by Gigi*

**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*

**Economics**

Suppose a market with two sellers Seller 1 has a marginal cost of c1=20q1 and seller 2 has a marginal cost of c2=40q2 Find the market supply curve in a competitive market where the price = c1= c2

*September 30, 2010 by Shane*

**fin/370**

The target capital structure for Jowers Manufacturing is 51% common stock, 20% preferred stock, and 29% debt. If the cost of common equity for the firm is 20.8%, the cost of preferred stock is 11.8%, and the before tax cost of debt is 10.8%, what is the cost of capital? The ...

*December 24, 2012 by at*

**introduction to accounting**

a merchandising company wants to include the cost of operating its warehouse in the cost of inventory. The company’s controller argues that the cost of the warehouse is a reasonable and necessary cost of getting the inventory ready for sale and, therefore, should be included...

*April 7, 2011 by sandra*

**Economics**

a firm in a purely competitive industry is currently producing a 1000 unir per day at a total cost of $450. if the firm produced 800 units per day, it total cost will be $300, and it it produced 500 units per day, it total cost will be $275. Requirements: (1) what are the firm...

*January 27, 2013 by Mary*

**Economics**

Suppose the total output curve increases at an increasing rate for workers 1 to 50, increases at a decreasing rate from workers 51 to 101, and decreases beyond 101 workers. You would know that Choose one answer. a. marginal product is increasing from workers 1 to 50 and then ...

*September 19, 2010 by Anonymous*

**managerial economics**

Given a firm’s demand function, P = 24 - 0.5Q and the average cost function, AC = Q2 – 8Q + 36 + 3/Q, calculate the level of output Q which a) maximizes total revenue b) maximizes profits

*September 27, 2010 by snehavalli*

**Calculus**

Total cost to manufacture q microwaves a day is C(q)=3q^2+q+48.What level of product gives the least average cost and Can a microwaves be produces for less than $30?

*April 13, 2012 by Britt*

**calculus**

suppose that c(x)=3x^3 - 12x^2 +9000x is the cost of manufacturing x items. find a production level that will minimize the average cost of making x items

*November 21, 2016 by bob*

**Microeconomics**

ok so i must have not payed attention in class when we talked about asymmetric costs in cournot duopoly's, so i am stuck on a homework problem. The problem reads as follows (*Note that my notation of c simply means Marginal Cost): Consider a Cournot duopoly where inverse ...

*April 9, 2008 by James*

**Applied Calc**

What is the marginal average cost function?

*March 25, 2013 by Jacob*

**Finite Math**

The total monthly cost (in dollars) of producing x thousand beanie babies is: C(x)= 250x + 5,000. a. What are the fixed costs? b. What is the marginal cost per beanie baby? c. What is the total cost of producing 100,000 beanie babies? d. What is the average cost per beanie ...

*January 29, 2014 by TJLawson*

**Math**

A company manufactirung snowboards has fixed costs of $200 per day and total cost of $3800 per day at a daily output of 20 boards. (A( Assuming that the total cost per day, C(x), is linearly related to the taotal out per dau,x, write an equation for the xost function (B) The ...

*June 18, 2013 by sandra*

**economics**

all of the following can be used to compute profit per unit except: a) price minus avg total cost. b) total profit divided by quantity. c) avg revenue minus avg total cost d) marginal profit minus marginal cost

*October 5, 2009 by Dave*

**micro economics**

pb = 70 -0.0005qb(brand name) pp = 20-0.0002qp (private label). Marginal cost is a constant $10 per tire.quantities are measured in thousands per month and price refers to the wholesale price. marginal cost is a constant $10 per tire. american currently sells brand name tires ...

*February 28, 2008 by Anonymous*

**Economics**

A PURE MONOPOLIST SELLS OUTPUT FOR $4 PER UNIT. THE MARGINAL COST IS $3, AVERAGE VARIABLE COSTS ARE $3.75, AND AVERAGE TOTAL COSTS ARE $4.25. THE MARGINAL RVENUE IS $3. WHAT IS THE SHORT RUN CONDITION FOR THE MONOPOLIST AND WHAT OUTPUT CHANGES WOULD YOU RECCOMMEND IN THE ...

*June 1, 2008 by Marquerite*

**accounting**

# 1 Takers,Inc.provide the following results: 2004 2003 Units 2,400 3,000 Total Cost 19,200 24,000 What form of cost behavior is the cost above? Fixed cost, Sunk Cost, Mixed Cost or Variable Cost

*July 10, 2007 by lia82*

**Social studies**

Could you please check these other sets of terms. Here are the terms: scarcity cost benefit analysis marginal revenue needs incentives economy opportunity cost variable costs capitalism marginal cost food, clothing,shelter, and other things required for survival. Answer: needs...

*March 23, 2009 by Sam*

**Calculus**

The marginal cost of a certain commodity is C'(x)= 3x^2 -36x + 120 If it costs 5 dollars to produce 1 unit, then find the total cost of producing x units is... Please how do I find the total cost?

*December 13, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Economics**

Suppose the demand curve for a monopolist is Qd = 500 – P, and the marginal revenue function is MR = 500 -2Q. The monopolist has a constant marginal and average total cost of $50 per unit.

*January 17, 2011 by Michelle*

**Calculus**

There was a typo in last question A company estimates that the cost ($) of producing x units of a certain product is given by: C= 800 + .04x + .002x^2 Find the production level that minimizes the average cost per unit.

*March 30, 2009 by Jane*

**Managerial Economics**

Auto Maintenance Services (AMS) is a small auto service outlet in a suburban area of Syracuse. In reaction to a small increase in wages that has caused the marginal cost of this auto service establishment to increase from $25 to $30, the owner is considering raising the prices...

*November 21, 2006 by Heather*

**economics**

5. A market contains a group of identical price-taking firms. Each firm has a marginal cost curve MC(Q) = 2Q, where Q is the annual output of each firm. A study reveals that each firm will produce if the price exceeds $20 per unit and will shut down if the price is less than $...

*October 17, 2011 by elizabeth*

**Microeconomics**

Maxine's Cookie Shop sells chocolate chip cookies in a perfectly competitive market for $2 per dozen. Maxine currently produces 200 dozen cookies per day and average total cost at this level of production is $1.75. What level of profit is this firm earning? Explain.

*June 13, 2015 by Krishae*

**economics**

there are just certain things that i do not understand about the questions...(i did read A LOT last night and i did not find anything that really answered my questions)...To be more specific... suppose a competitive market consists of identical firms with a constant long run ...

*September 21, 2007 by michele*

**Economics**

Suppose a firm faces a downward sloping demand curve givven by the equation 1=100-1/3P. The firm's cost function is given by the equation C=30+1/4Q^2. Find the profit maximizing level of output.

*October 19, 2007 by mandy*

**Calculus**

Cost: C^2=x^2+98*sq rt of x + 57 Revenue:890(x-4)^2+29R^2=26,100 Find the marginal cost dC/dx at x=4

*April 6, 2015 by Frankzilla*

**Microeconomics**

If a firm has a U-Shaped long-run average cost curve, a.) its fixed cost rises as output rises. b.) it must have increasing returns to scale at low levels or production and decreasing returns to scale at high levels of production. C.) it must have increasing returns to each ...

*October 30, 2006 by Melissa*

**Finance**

Problem 12.24 Your answer is incorrect. Try again. Chip’s Home Brew Whiskey management forecasts that if the firm sells each bottle of Snake-Bite for $20, then the demand for the product will be 15,000 bottles per year, whereas sales will be 94 percent as high if the price ...

*August 10, 2013 by Anonymous*

**algebra**

Cupcakes cost $1.50 each to produce with fixed cost of $50. a) Express the cost C, of producing the cupcakes as a linear function of x cupcakes produced. b)Find the average cost, C=C/x and simplify appropriately. c) What is the horizontal asymptote of C? Interpret. d) Graph C ...

*April 16, 2012 by Bryan*

**Economics**

You are planning to estimate a short-run production function for your firm, and you have collected the following data on labor usage and output. Labor usage output 3 1 7 2 9 3 11 5 17 8 17 10 20 15 24 18 26 22 28 21 30 23 (a) Does a cubic equation appear to be a suitable ...

*June 28, 2007 by Renee Williams*

**ECON**

I am working on this but, if I have part a and b wrong, all of the following question related will be wrong. Can you help me out? The market for product A has the following functions: Market demand Q=1,000-4P Market supply Q=1/2P Inverse market demand P=250-.25Q Marginal ...

*June 24, 2005 by Trisha*

**calculus**

The marginal cost is given by C'(x)=x^(1/3)+9. If the fixed costs are $175, find the cost of producing 8 units. thank you!!

*December 10, 2016 by huy*

**managerial eccon**

Suppose that a firm is currently employing 30 workers, the only variable input, at a wage rate of $60. The average product of labor is 30, the last worker added 12 units to total output, and total fixed cost is: $3,600. what is the averge variable cost?

*October 3, 2010 by stacey*

**Finance**

The target capital structure for QM Industries is 39% common stock 6% is preferred stock, and 55% debt. If the costs of common equity for the firm is 18.2%, and the cost of preferred stock is 9.4%, the before tax cost of debt is 7.5%, and the firms tax rate is 35% what is QM...

*April 18, 2012 by William*

**Business Calculus**

A manufacturer has found that marginal cost is dc/dx=3x^2-60x+400 dollars per unit when x units have been produced. The total cost of producing the first 2 units is $900. What is the total cost of producing the first 5 units? I would integrate, you are given at x=2 the cost, ...

*December 3, 2006 by Lisa*

**Microeconomics**

How do changes in average and marginal productivity affaect the cost of production?

*May 22, 2009 by Susan*

**college finite math**

Find the marginal average cost function: C(x)=10-e^-x

*November 18, 2012 by Jenny*

**finance**

the target capital structure for QM industries is 45% common stock, 5% preferred stock and 50% debt. If the cost of common equity for the firm is 18.9%, the cost of preferred stock is 10.7% and the before tax cost of debt is 7.7% and the firm's tax rate is 35% QM's WACC is_____

*February 9, 2014 by rebecca*

**Economics**

4 (ii) You manage Dirt Diggers, an excavating firm that excavates roadside ditches for laying drainpipes. Its output follows the production function: Q = 10L -.1L2 where L denotes labor hours and Q the length of the ditch in meters. You can hire labor at the going wage rate of...

*May 25, 2011 by Michelle*

**Quadratic Functions in Algebra**

Suppose C(x)=x^2−6x+20 represents the costs, in hundreds, to produce x thousand pens. How many pens should be produced to minimize the cost? What is the minimum cost? Number of pens to minimize cost: Minimum Cost:

*March 18, 2014 by Jared*

**Economics**

Assume the total cost of production in a particular firm is #50000.00 while the fixed cost is #30000.00. The wages paid to each unit of labour is #2000.00. Calculate the unit of labour employed in this firm please what is the formula

*August 24, 2016 by George*

**Finance**

Spam Corp. is financed entirely by common stock and has a beta of 1.0. The firm is expected to generate a level, perpetual stream of earnings and dividends. The stock has a price-earnings ratio of 8 and a cost of equity of 12.5%. The company's stock is selling for $50. Now the...

*March 17, 2012 by Samantha*

**Economics**

The firm currently uses 70,000 workers to produce 300,000 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s output is $30. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. Although you don’t know the firm’s fixed cost, you ...

*November 18, 2008 by Vision*

**Math**

The firm currently uses 70,000 workers to produce 300,000 units of output per day. The daily wage (per worker) is $100, and the price of the firm’s output is $30. The cost of other variable inputs is $500,000 per day. Although you don’t know the firm’s fixed cost, you ...

*November 18, 2008 by Randy Tan.*

**Algebra**

Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x animals. b. You can find ...

*January 21, 2008 by Micah*

**Algebra**

2. Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x animals. b. You can ...

*July 13, 2010 by Devon*

**economics-micro**

Suppose that a firm is the only domestic producer of a commodity and that there are no imports of the good. The firm’s total cost and demand curves are given by the following two equations: TC = 6Q + ·05Q2 : Q = 360 - 20P q) The government wishes to impose a maximum price ...

*October 2, 2007 by mick*

**Math 117**

2. Biologists want to set up a station to test alligators in the lake for West Nile Virus. Suppose that the costs for such a station are $2,500 for setup costs and $3.00 to administer each test. a. Write an expression that gives the total cost to test x animals. b. You can ...

*September 12, 2010 by linda*

**Finance**

Chip’s Home Brew Whiskey management forecasts that if the firm sells each bottle of Snake-Bite for $20, then the demand for the product will be 15,000 bottles per year, whereas sales will be 90 percent as high if the price is raised 17 percent. Chip’s variable cost per ...

*December 7, 2013 by M.B*

**micro**

which of the following statements is true of the oligopoly that can cover its varible costs and si in equilibrium? a:p=mc=atc b:p>mc c:p>mr and p=mc d:p<mc and mr=MC and WHy What is "si"? Graph an oligopolist, facing a downward sloping demand curve. Draw in your ...

*November 2, 2006 by whhgn*

**math**

The marginal cost of production (in Rs) is 3+x/3000+e^-0.003x,where x denotes the number of units. The cost of producing 100th unit is:

*November 24, 2015 by asad*

**math**

The marginal cost of production (in Rs) is 3 + x/3000 + e^(-0.03x), where x denotes the number of units. The cost of producing 100th unit is:

*November 25, 2015 by asad*

**economics**

quantity total cost what's the marginal cost? 0 8 2 9 4 10 6 11 8 13 10 19 12 27 14 37

*March 15, 2013 by tiff*

**calc**

If a cost of a function is C(x) = (49 ln x) / (28-3x), find the marginal cost when x = 7

*April 18, 2015 by Luke*

**Calculus**

Here's another one that I do not really understand. A company estimates that the cost (in dollars) of producing x units of a certain product isgiven by: C=800 + .04x + .0002x^2. Find the production level that minimizes the average cost per unit.

*March 29, 2009 by Jane*

**Calculus**

Here's one more that I do not understand A company estimates that the cost ($) of producing x units of a certain product is given by: C= 800 + .04x + .0002x^2 Find the production level that minimizes the average cost per unit. Thank you so much

*March 30, 2009 by Jane*

**Economics**

The cost function for a firm is given by TC = 500 + Q2. The firm sells output in a perfectly competitive market and other firms in the industry sell at a price of $100. a) What price should the manger of this firm put on its product? b) What level of output should be produced ...

*November 20, 2009 by Special*

**Finance**

You know that the after-tax cost of debt capital for Bubbles Champagne is 4.1 percent. Assume that the firm has only one issue of five-year bonds outstanding. The bonds make semiannual coupon payments and the marginal tax rate is 30 percent. a. Calculate Pre-tax cost of debt ...

*April 15, 2013 by elh009*

**economic**

these questions are about T or F As long as the firm has to pay for an input, it would be wasteful not to use all input services purchased, A profit-maximising competitive firm will never produce in region where average variable cost is declining The reson why firms often ...

*October 13, 2006 by sherry*

**statistics**

The Medical Rehabilitation Foundation reports that the average cost of rehabilitation for stroke victims is at least $24,500. To see if the average cost might be different at a particular hospital, a researcher selects a random number sample of 50 stroke victims and finds that...

*March 27, 2012 by Diane*

**Statistics**

Prev Up Next (1 pt) Suppose that in the year 2000, the cost of a compact car averaged $ 12600 and that in 2003, the cost averaged $ 14100. Assuming that the relationship between year t and cost c is linear, develop a formula for predicting the average cost of a compact car in ...

*March 8, 2014 by Rebecca*

**managerial economics**

The cost function for a firm is given by TC = 500 + Q2. The firm sells output in a perfectly competitive market and other firms in the industry sell at a price of $100. a) What price should the manger of this firm put on its product? b) What level of output should be produced ...

*November 20, 2009 by bernadette*

**Managerial Economics**

You own and operate PC’s R Us, a firm that manufactures customized computers to meet the specifications of universities that offer online MBA programs. Nearly 70% of your customers are Webster University MBA students. Your firm is not the only business that makes the custom ...

*April 14, 2009 by Nicci*

**Math**

For xyz manufacturing the fixed costs are $1200, material and labor costs combined are $2 per unit, and the demand equation is: p=100/√q What level of output will maximize profit? Show this occurs when marginal revenue equals marginal cost. What is the price at the profit ...

*January 10, 2017 by Sophie*

**microeconomics**

If MP of labor is rising, then AV must be rising too. Is this True or False? do some research, then take a shot. Hint: your text probably has a graph with both marginal and average (cost or production) curves. Is there a level where the M curve is rising while the AV curve is ...

*March 26, 2007 by carrie*

**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*