# Homework Help: Social Studies: Economics

## Recent Homework Questions About Economics

economics
Analysis reveals that _______ is among those countries with the lowest per capita GDP. A. India B. Argentina C. Romania

Economics
Which of the following is most likely to be an implicit cost for Company X? (Points : 1)

economics
Analysis reveals that _______ is among those countries with the lowest per capita GDP. A. India B. Argentina C. Romania

managerial economics
Andrew construction borrows the entire cost of a new dump truck. The loan has an annual interest rate of 12 percent and calls for monthly payments of \$1,000 over a five-year period. What is the cost of the truck?

Is possible to become a CAwith these subjects

What career to follow wth maths literacy

In my school i'm doing that subject maths literacy,business,economics,accounting and I want to be a manager what the job i will get

economics
Consider a consumer who has an experienced utility function given by . Let denote the market price of good , and assume that it remains fixed throughout the problem. The company selling the good starts an advertisement campagin that has the following effect on the consumer: ...

economics
you find out that your aunt works for a defense manufacturing company that has several defense contracts with the government. she tells you that she works for a team that is producing a communications satelluite

economics math
Consider a rational consumer with a utility function given by U(x,m)=Aln(2x)+m. The consumer needs to decide how much of good x to buy given the following pricing rule: the first 10 units sell at a price of \$2 p/unit, additional units sell at a price of \$3 p/unit. QUESTION. ...

economics math
Consider a consumer who has an experienced utility function given by UEU(x,m)=2sqrtx+m. Let q denote the market price of good x, and assume that it remains fixed throughout the problem. The company selling the good x starts an advertisement campagin that has the following ...

economics math
Consider the problem of a rational consumer with an experienced utility function given by 10ln(x)+m and a wealth level W=100. Suppose that the market price for good x is p=\$2 per unit. You are asked to analyze the impact on the consumer's demand of the following three policies...

economics
A speculator sells a stock short for \$50 a share. The company pays a \$2 annual cash dividend. After a year has passed the seller cover a short position of \$42. What is the percentage return on the position (excluding the impact of any interest expense and commission)?

economics
An investor sells a stock short for \$36 a share. A year later the investor cover the position at \$30 a share. If the margin requirement is 60% what is the oercentage return earned on the investment? now assume the price is at \$42 when the investor closes the position

maths,life sciences,economics and CAT
What careers are available for these subjects?

economics
How can competition in a scarce labor market affect wages?

language art
the story is: economics has made us partners the question is explain the authors opinion of economic cooperation between the u.s. and canada.in your own words use words and information from the article that support your explanation.

the story is: economics has made us partners the question is explain the authors opinion of economic cooperation between the u.s. and canada.in your own words use words and information from the article that support your explanation.

economics
The demand curve for knobs is P=75-6QD and the supply curve for knobs is P=35+2QS. What is the equilibrium price of a knob?

Economics
In the late 1970s, oil prices were expected to increase dramatically once controls disappeared. Regulated prices were pegged as low as \$6 per barrel, while global prices had climbed to almost \$30. According to the Joint Committee on Taxation, lifting the price controls would ...

Survey of Economics
How do you interpret the phrase there's no such thing as a free lunch and a free lunch is possible in term of the production possibilities curve?

Behavioural Economics
1.Which of the following is NOT one of the mantras prescribed the practitioner’s guide to nudging? (any one) A. If you want people to do something, make it easy and fun B. Always run between-participant experiments to ensure a test of causality C. There can be no evidence ...

To Anonymous re Behavioural Economics in Action
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economics
How Does Public Capital Affect a Nations Curve?

Economics HELP!!
Design an organization to solve the world banking/world bank regulation/would money supply problem

development economics
“Dependency” theorists believe that moving surplus labor from agriculture to industry where that labor will earn profits that can be reinvested for further growth is the key to overall economic growth and development. Is this statement true or false? Explain why.

Economics
The federal government, through its control over the American Medical Association, held the physician supply constant for most of the 20th century. True or false?

economics
Economies of scale means that a group physician practice is likely to return more income to physicians than would an individual practice. True or false?

home economics
what are the philosophy of home economics?

Economics
A supply curve does all of the following, except: Answer Uses the ceteris paribus assumption. Holds constant time, place, income, costs of inputs, costs of substitutes, and suppliers' expectations about future prices. Shows the quantity producers are willing and able to supply...

economics
what is wealth? how is wealth linked to saving?

U.S. and Global Economics:Involving math
Just show me how to calculate it and I'll do the rest. I just don't understand how to calculate this problem. Thank you, An online store that has been successfully growing on its initial angel investment and revenues wants to invest \$5 million to expand the business. The bank ...

CHEMISTRY
Post a New Question Current Questions Homework Help: Chemistry Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 8:45pm. CONTINUE>>>>>>>>​>>> The enthalpy changes for two different hydrogenation reactions of C2H2 are: C2H2+H2---->...

U.S. and Global Economics: Involving MATH
PLZZZ.. Help I just don't understand how to calculate this A landlord wants to acquire an additional apartment building for \$250,000. The new building contains eight apartment units, which will each rent for \$500 per month. The bank is willing to loan the landlord the money ...

U.S. and Global Economics
An online store that has been successfully growing on its initial angel investment and revenues wants to invest \$5 million to expand the business. The bank is willing to lend the business this money at a 10 percent interest rate over an eight-year term. Calculate the monthly ...

U.S. and Global Economics
The owner of a flower shop needs a short-term loan to tide her business over until she completes the sale of some unused property. She asks the bank for a \$25,000 six-month loan. The bank agrees to give her the loan, but attaches a hefty interest rate of 18 percent. Calculate ...

U.S. and Global economics; involving math problems
I've been working on this problem for "hours" and I can't quite figure out how to solve it; can anyone help plzzz? I would appreciate it. :) Two college students went on spring break to Guadalajara, Mexico. One took the vacation in 2002, while the other went in 2006. Each ...

Economics
Is it true that the underlying trend of growth in the economy is determined by the growth in the number of workers, the growth in the savings and investment rate, and the growth in productivity ?

home economics
whats a detail of rights and respomsabilites

economics
What is the opportunuity cost if you make 15 a hour but you decide not to work for a 1 hour and go to the movie which cost 10 what is the opportunity cost?

URGENT-economics
How do you find the equilibrium price & level of output give Demand Data: P & Quantity Demanded Cost Data: Output & Total cost

Economics
The purpose of advertising & other forms of non-price competition by a firm is to shift the Demand curve to the A)Right B)Left & A)Make it more elastic B)Make it more inelastic What is the reason behind the answer?

Economics
The market equilibrium price for coffee beans in Ecuador is \$2.75/pound, a price at which growers are unable to make a profit. Due to the lack of profits, many growers have stopped production and the output of coffee beans has fallen from 400 tons per year (capacity for the ...

statistics
Which is relatively better a score of 48 on psychology test or a score of 52 on an economics test, Scores on the psychology test have a mean of 87 and a standard deviation of 14. Scores on the economics test have a mean of 53 and a standard deviation of 8.

Economics
Describe the demand and marginal revenue curves faced by a firm in a purely competitive market. Are they different from those faced by a firm in oligopolistic competition? If so, why?

Economics
State the rule for optimum input allocation to produce a given level of output at the lowest possible cost -when two inputs are variable and the prices of the inputs are given- and explain why it makes sense

Plato, a Greek philosopher who lived from 427BC to 347BC, famously wrote that, "Necessity is the mother of inventions." Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? My response was, " I agree with this statement because most of the inventions from the 1800s and in todays ...

History/Economics
Plato, a Greek philosopher who lived from 427 BC to 347BC, famously wrote that, "Necessity is the mother of invention." Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not?

Economics
Fixed cost do not change the shape of the total lost curve. (Yes or no) explain why. - I would say the answer is yes but i'm not entierly sure as so why it would change the shape. If answered could you give and example to help me understand why?

economics
Consider the following production possibilities table: Option Y X A 0 100 B 80 80 C 120 50 D 140 10 a)Provide a measure of the approximate marginal opportunity cost of an additional unit of X for each interval. Is the law of increasing cost satisfied? Explain b) Is the ...

economics
A museum increases its admission price by 10 percent. As a result, total revenues increase by 10 percent. This implies that, ignoring the sign, the price elasticity of demand for admission is:

Global Economics
RedBall Productions is a new company based in Orem, Utah. RedBall supplies stock images of still photography. Utah's state corporate income tax consists of a flat tax rate of 5% on all corporate income. RedBall Production's taxable income in 2005 was \$500,000. What amount of ...

Economics
1) What does, "How will you distribute your product." Mean? 2) What does, "How do you intend to create a demand for your product." Mean?

Economics... Last one!
What types of machines are used to make stained glass windows in the 21st century? Could you also please give me at least a website that tells me the prices of each machinery.

Economics
What types of machines are used to make stained glass windows in the 21st century? Could you also please tell me the prices of each machinery.

Economics
A market failure occurs when a free market is unable to A. distribute resources efficiently. B. provide open opportunity C. meet government regulations. D. encourage innovation.

Economics
Income not used for consumption is: A. savings B. spending C. donations D. none of the above

Economics.
What does, "What are two strategies might you employ in order to create and maintain a high demand for stained glass windows. Be sure to consider what would work best for your targeted customer base." mean? NOTE: My targeted customers are: In their middle to older age Any ...

Economics
What does, "What are two ways you might use to increase profits once your stained glass window factory is established? Please include what problems you can anticipate from each decision." mean?

Science
Which of the following is an example of how economics can affect science? A. Limited funding may lead scientists to research one topic instead of another. B. Legislators may create new laws about the use of natural resources based on the recommendations of scientists. C. A ...

home economics
what are welfare payments

economics
Clearly explain the different market structure and how they determine the degree of competition among firms and how they maximise profits in the short run and long run Cite the source within the text and bibliography

Economics
Capital- What are ten items you need to require for the production of stained glass windows when its product is finished? Please help!

Economics 2
Capital- What are ten items you need to require for the production of stained glass windows when its product is finished?

Economics
What are ten labor positions that you need in order to run a stained glass window company? NOTE: The type of stained glass window the company is making are made the old fashioned way not the new way.

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. a.Find the monopolist’s profit-maximizing output and price. b. ...

economics
Speculate as to why price leadership is legal in the U.S. whereas price fixing is not?

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...

economics
According to the permanent income hypothesis, households will tend to react to a temporary tax cut by? A) assuming the new tax level will be permanent. B) saving most of the additional disposable income. C) increasing consumption sharply in response to the higher disposable ...

Economics
1. The law of diminishing returns implies that at some output level: a) Marginal cost must fall b) Average total cost must diminish c) profit increases d) Marginal cost must rise e) Total cost must fall 2. The vertical distance between total cost curve and total variable cost ...

Economics
is Nine co by nine west a name brand store?

Economics
Give at least one example of a news story that has influenced consumers desires or affected consumer behavior. Describe the effect it had on your consumer behavior.

Economics
Give at least one example of a form of advertising that influences consumer behavior — that is, advertising that persuades people to buy a good or service that otherwise would not have purchased.

Economics
Example of one irrational economic decision

math/economics
given Q-80=10P and Q-10P=0 what is the demand and supply curve?

economics
given Q-80=10P and Q-10P=0 what is the demand and supply curve?

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 ...

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) ...

Economics
Much of the demand for U.S. agricultural output has come from other countries. In 1998, the total demand for wheat was Q = 3244 – 283 P. Of this, total domestic demand was QD = 1700 – 107 P, and domestic supply was QS = 1944 + 207 P. Suppose the export demand (the ...

U.S. Government and Economics
I need someone to help me and explain this question. Every time I put thought into it, i just get confused. Choose a product that you are interested in buying. List three criteria for the type you will choose and two ways the producer's decisions might influence you. could the...

U.S. Government and Economics
I need two examples of someone being a producer I know producers produce goods and services, but I can't think of any examples. Help plz.

Economics
Please help explain A manufacturer of motorcycle batteries has a plant capacity of 100,000 per year. Overhead costs are \$500,000 per year. Variable costs are \$10 per unit. Sales have been running at 50,000 per year at a wholesale price of \$25 each. Recently, a large department...

Economics
What prediction is shared by the neutrality of money and the natural rate hypothesis (NRH)?

Economics
A person is willing to pay \$50 per visit for physical therapy, but she pays \$35 per visit. This person receives a consumer surplus of \$85 per visit.

Economics
Could you please elaborate on Cap and Trade? How could we use it for companies to limit their air pollutants?

economics
Discuss the role of advertising in product differentiation and the intent of advertising in altering the firm’s demand curve.

Economics - History
For each event explain how the event would affect price, supply and demand of the product listed: Two days before Thanksgiving the market has many unsold turkeys. Drought forces ranchers to rush their cattle to market.

Economics
1) 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? 2) What aspects of your decision-making process fit the description of a ...

home economics
list and discuss the branches of home economic

Social Studies
According to the law of demand, low prices serve mostly as a ________ for buyers. a) supply b) reward c) substitute d) penalty Is it b? In economics, what is a substitute? a) a good or service that is more expensive than the one the buyer first wanted b) a good or service that...

Our large companies seem to be largely run by hired managers who work for salaries and who are not owner-entrepreneurs. How then do we get the profit motive into large companies?

Economics
Who has an unlimited checking account with the US Treasurer that enables them to write all the checks they want without regard to having funds in the bank?

Social Studies
Which sentence best tells the effect of scarcity on economics? A. Scarcity shapes decisions about how to distribute goods. B. Because resources are scarce consumers buy fewer goods. C. Scarcity makes people work harder to make more money. D. The existence of scarce resources ...

Home Economics
What are the names of cookery terms applied to conduction, convection and radiation?

economics
You are the manager of a firm that receives revenues of \$40,000 per year from product X and \$90,000 per year from product Y. The own price elasticity of demand for product X is -1.5, and the cross-price elasticity of demand between product Y and X is -1.8. How much will your ...

social studies
1. Explain two ways in which sectionalism caused conflict or tension in the United States during the early 1800s. Then explain how sectionalism affects economics and politics in the United States today. 2. which was more of a priority in presindents lincolns reconstruction ...

Math
4 accounting majors, 2 economics majors and 3 marketing majors have an interview for5 different positions with a large company. Find the number of dfferent ways that 5 of these could be hired. 4 accounting majors must be hired first then the final position may be chosen from ...

Economics
1. Illustrate the following using demand and supply graphs. a) The market price of a basic digital cell phone fell due to increased production. b) In 2002, unusually bad weather caused a reduction in the cranberry harvest causing the prices to increase from \$22 to \$25 for a ...

economics
explain how and why this affects the quantity of ice cream cones demanded by consumers.

economics
explain why you are willing to supply the most bicycles at the highest price.

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