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economics
if Q = 60 − (1/2)P, and MC = 60, which means that MR = 60 how do you work out the price, which then allows you to work out the Q. does the graph still exhibit a slope at twice the rate of the demand curve? thanks for looking in

Economics
got this from my teacher, A monopolist faces a demand curve given by the following equation: P = $500 − 10Q, where Q equals quantity sold per day. Its marginal cost curve is MC = $100 per day. Assume that the firm faces no fixed cost. and have the answers for most, but ...

economics
explain the economic logic behind Opec's decision to reduce output

economics
Explain the economic logic behind opec decision to reduce output?

Economics
Explain the economic logic behind OPEC's decision to reduce output

economics
19-1 Bicycle Insurance and Information Asymmetry If bicycle owners do not know whether they are high- or low-risk consumers, is there an adverse selection problem? 19-2 IPOs and Adverse Selection Should owners of a private company contemplating an IPO (a sale of stock to the ...

economics
19-1 Bicycle Insurance and Information Asymmetry If bicycle owners do not know whether they are high- or low-risk consumers, is there an adverse selection problem? 19-2 IPOs and Adverse Selection Should owners of a private company contemplating an IPO (a sale of stock to the ...

economics
What are welfare payments or consumer subsidies?

economics
Help me reword this?? The Fed is organized as a corporation, owned by its member banks, and directed by a government-appointed board. Monetary policy affects the size of the money supply and the level of interest rates. The first "tool" of monetary policy—and the one used ...

economics
what's the difference between buying rate and selling rate?

economics
wht are five critically discuss of five way in which the human or environmental problm impact on the community about food production

Economics
Three types of indicators

economics
hi new to economics, and struggling with some of its concepts. got this posed as a homework question, and i have to admit stumped as how to begin. Suppose a firm finds that the marginal product of capital is 60 and the marginal product of labor is 20. If the price of capital ...

economics
Suppose that a vegetable vendor pays 7% interest daily on a $10 loan. Then, suppose that this individual was able to save $0.50 per day by drinking less tea. Calculate the number of days it would take for the vendor to no longer need to borrow money in order to purchase $10 of...

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

MAnagerial Economics
In the long Run Who play a dominant role. Options:- Income, Demand, Supply, Price.

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?

Economics
Would leisure time considered an inferior good when the substitution effect dominates? I think that the answer is yes because if you are willing to work more hours in order to make more money than you do not value leisure time that much. Is this correct? Thank you

Economics
Which of these products or services is likely to have an inelastic supply in the short run? A. cargo ships B. haircuts C. newspapers D. staples

Economics
Explain how market research helps producers maximize profits

Economics(Please check, thank you)
Is leisure time considered an inferior good when the substitution effect dominates? I think that the answer is yes because if you are willing to work more hours in order to make more money than you do not value leisure time that much. Is this correct? Thank you!

History
4. What Reagan policy resulted in an increase in the federal budget deficit? *supply-side economics deregulation increased defense spending increased spending on social programs Thank You.

Economics
A decrease in the income tax rate _Increases_____ the value of the multiplier? That was my answer. Increases?

economics
Calculate the percentage return on the security if the payoff to the security in one year is $1,000, ... security in one year is $1,000, $1,500, $2,000, or $2,500.

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 reflect ...

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...

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.

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 other car ...

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...

home economics, life science, mathematics and tourism
What career is ther when taking those subjects

economics
Suppose average movie attendance is 250 million tickets when prices are $7 a ticket and 200 million when prices are $9 a ticket. Other things being equal, the data imply that the elasticity of demand for movie tickets is: A. elastic, so the increase in price caused total ...

economics
what are the charectaristics of perfect market

Economics
What describes a tax that is assessed according to benifits received principle? a.) Thosew who receive direct payment of the money tha tax generates are the people who pay the tax b.) Those who pay the tax receive the benifits the tax provides. c.)One group receives benefits ...

Economics
Hi, The demand for inflatable garden gnomes is given by P = 300 – 2Q, while the supply of is P= 100 + Q/2. How many garden gnomes are traded in equilibrium? I found the answer to be Q = 80. The related question was the one I had difficulty with: Suppose that the market for ...

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

Economics
Use the concepts of marginal cost and marginal revenue to derive an optimal capital budget for Company X, which has identified 7 possible investment projects and determined its cost of capital as shown below. Table A: Alternative Projects, Required Investments, and Expected ...

Economics
An investor desires to make an investment in bonds provided he realize 10% on his investment. How much can he afford to pay for a $10000 bond that pays 7% interest annually and will mature 20 years hence?

home economics
what are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare

economics
the south African government is not providing enough welfare or subsidies to the poor and underpriviledged. what are the cost and consequences of providing the subsidies and welfare?

Economics
Normally, higher interest rates in a country cause the ___ for that country's currency to increase as money flows to the higher interest rates. This depends on the perceived ___. For the first blank I have "demand", but I'm not sure about the second blank?

Economics
Suppose you have $7,000 in savings when the price level index is at 100. A. If inflation pushes the price level up by 10 percent, what will be the real value of your savings? B. What is the real value of your savings if the price level declines by 10 percent?

economics
determine the relevance of taxation to Nigerian government. outline the difficulties encountered by tax collectors in nigeria.

economics
In your (imaginary) neighbourhood, the general consensus seems to be that 4 out of 5 cars are in good working order. The price for a good second-hand car is 2000$, while malfunctioning ones typically fetch 600$. (a) What is the expected value of a used car

Economics
What is the concept of the invisible hand?

Economics
A market failure is when markets do not bring about profit maximization?

Economics
The price of cranberry juice suddenly increases. As a result, Glenda begins drinking more grape juice, which is less expensive, but tastes just as good to her. In this case, Glenda’s elastic demand is due to A. availability of substitutes. B. relative importance. C. ...

Economics
The price of cranberry juice suddenly increases. As a result, Glenda begins drinking more grape juice, which is less expensive, but tastes just as good to her. In this case, Glenda’s elastic demand is due to i think is a but im not sure

bus235
An economics student would like to buy a mini-scooter, but she cannot afford one. Which of the following reasons explain why marketing fails to occur here?

Managerail Economics
After Iraq invaded Kuwait gasoline prices rose dramatically – up to 50%. These were many effects of the increased price of gasoline. Explain the following effects in terms of the income effect, or the substitution effect, or both effects. a)People drove less and purchased ...

Economics
How would a decision by the owners of the copper smelters to operate each smelter longer than has been the practice in the past affect the elasticity of demand for labour in the copper industry?

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?

economics
Keogh and Ira plans allow people to do sll the following except

tourism,geography,economics and math literacy
What career can I do with geography,economics,tourism and math literacy

economics
Is your consumer behavior influenced by advertising or the news? Discuss one or two examples of media that have influenced your desires or affected your consumer choices

economics
Give an example of a fairly major purchasing decision you've made in your lifetime. How did you justify the purchase? How did you prepare for it financially once you decided to make the purchase?

Economics
I need to write an essay titled " How are we all economists?" and I was wondering if you guys could give me some ideas on how to start it. Bulletpoints would be the most helpful.

economics
Maria can read 20 pages of economics in an hour. She can also read 50 pages of sociology in an hour. She spends 5 hours per day studying. a. Draw Maria's production possibilities frontier for reading economics and sociology. b. What is Maria's oppurtunity cost of reading 100 ...

economics
demand funtion for a commodity is=12-3p.

economics
what is franchise monopoly?

transport economics
how to analyse ITP

home economics
Janet Home went to Citizen Bank. She borrowed $7,000 at a rate of 8 percent. The date of the loan was September 20. Janet hoped to repay the loan on January 20. Assuming the loan is based on ordinary interest, Janet will pay back interest on January 20:

economics
what are mandatory and discretionary spending?

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 decision ...

Economics
. How could free Media Player software (either bundled or downloaded with windows) possibly harm consumers?

Economics
Protecting intellectual property rights can result in new inventions that help the economy to grow. True False

Economics
Assume that the average income of an artist is $40,000 per year and that C=0.75Y^P. Further assume that in a good year the artist earns $50,000 and that in a bad year she earns $30,000. 1)Calculate the artist's average propensity to consume on average, in a good year and in a ...

Economics
Suppose two passengers end up with a reservation to Los Angeles. Two alternatives are proposed: a. Toss a coin b. Sell the ticket to the highest bidder Compare the two options from the standpoint of efficiency and equity.

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?

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

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.

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

economics
Examples of structural unemployment

Economics
How do I figure out the principal in the equation principal X rate X time? I am borrowing $255,920.00 which is the total amount of the home ($319,900.00) minus $63,980.00 (20%I put down). I am trying to figure out what my monthly payment on the loan which willneed to be paid ...

economics
what is structural unemployment?

economics
. If 96% of Chinese couples have one child (which is female 50% of the time), and the remaining 4% of Chinese couples engage in sex-selective abortion until they have a male child, what is the ratio of females per 100 males among the children (to the nearest whole number)? ...

Economics
I am doing a housing project for econimics class. I am buying a house that costs $319,900.00. I have to put 20% down which is $63,980.00. This is so I don't have to pay PMI. How much do I have to borrow?

Managerial Economics
Consider the Linear demand function Q = 20 - 0.5P c- Using calculus, find the level of output, Qrmax, where total revenue reaches its maximum value. What price Prmx maximizes total revenue? What is the value of TR at this maximum point. d- Write the equation for marginal ...

economics?
If you were president, would you be more interested in your economic advisors' positive views or their normative views ? Why ?

economics
1. If average movie attendance is 250 million when prices are $7 a ticket and 200 million when prices are $9 a ticket, the elasticity of demand for movie tickets is about: A. 0.0. B. 0.9. C. 1.1. D. 1.8.

Introduction to Business Environment Chapter 2
The world's population is growing more slowly than expected, and there are some industrial countries in which growth might be so slow that there will be too many old people and too few young people to support them. (Points : 1) True False 2. In a free market system, price is ...

economics 1, bus 121
how do i write a macroeconomic analysis on a foreign currency(brazil)vs. united states dating back 2005-2010, including etf? need help

economics
describe and compare the following types of monopolies and the benefits of their existence: natural, technological and franchises. thank you

EMS
mention and define any five concepts for each of the following subject,accounting;economics and business studies?

Economics
I have to do a housing project for economincs class. I have to pick a house. It has to include what kind of house it is and the square footage of the house and the square feet of the living space. Where would I search for this information

Economics
Present value equivalent for geometrically increasing series when the first year base of 4,000 increasing at 4% per year to year 15 at an interest rate 17% compounded continuously? urgent Help please

economics 1A
how does current production choices influence future production possibilities

ECONOMICS
Data Collected in the imaginary econmomy of Chipolaysia reveals that when the price of dorf decreased by 25%, the quantity of dorf sold increased by 10%, and the quanity of goo demanded decreased by 30%. What is the cross-price of demand between go and dorf.

ECONOMICS
solution:the total cost function of a firm is given by C=.04q^3-.9 q^2+10q+10.find slope of average cos?

economics
šPlease explain these question in words! š How will demand and supply curve shift? 1. Labor market for math and science teachers when wages available in private industries utilizing these skills rise. 2. Labor market for university professors when college enrollment ...

Economics
We're looking at the market for cat food. When the price is $10, the quantity sold is 1000 bags. When the price drops 10%, the quantity sold increases 30%. Calculate the price elasticity of demand. (Answer in format X.XX, round to the nearest hundredth.) I know the formula is...

Simple economics question
what are three examples of an oigopoly; what are three examples of a monopolistic competition? thank you!

Economics
A $90,000 investment is made. Over a 5 year period, a return of $30,000 occurs at the end of the first year. Each successive year yields a return that is $3,000 less than the previous year's return. If money is worth 5 percent, use a gradient series factor to determine the ...

Economics
Ben deposits $5000 now into an account that earns 7.5 percent interest compounded annually. He then deposits $1000 per year at the end of the first and second years. How much will the account contain 10 years after the initial deposit?

economics
What are the following variables used for in economics: Nominal GDP, Real GDP, GDP Deflator and CPI?

economics
critically and analytically justify why is agric economic is relevant to your course national diploma in animal healh and production

Economics
Joe's utility over consumption and leisure is given by c^(1/2)+@l^(1/2), where @ is a positive constant. Find and graph Joe's labor supply.

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