Jenney

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  1. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the same setting as in the previous question. Suppose that firms are NOT owned by consumers. Let s denote the size of the per-unit subsidy/tax given to the firms. Let positive values of s denote subsidies, and negative values of s denote taxes.

    asked on March 13, 2014
  2. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider an economy in which a monopolistic firm serves two identical, but separate markets, called A and B. The aggregate inverse demand in each market is given by 1000−q. The cost function for the monopolist is given by (qA+qB)^2, where qA andqB

    asked on March 13, 2014
  3. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider a market in which aggregate demand is given by 1000−10p, and aggregate supply is given by 10p, where p denotes the market price. QUESTION: What is the maximum amount of revenue that the government can raise using a per-unit sales tax on

    asked on March 13, 2014
  4. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider an oligopolistic market with two firms. Each of them produces using a cost function given by c(q)=q^2. The aggregate demand in the market is given by 1000−p. Suppose that, in order to increase production, the government gives the firms a $100

    asked on March 13, 2014
  5. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a competitive firm which has fixed costs of $1000, semi-fixed-costs of $1000, and variable costs given by q2. QUESTION: What is the maximum market price at which the firm decides to supply zero?

    asked on March 13, 2014
  6. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider a market in which consumption of the good being traded generates a positive externality. There are 100 identical consumers, each with a utility function given by (1/2)*(q^(1/2))+m +(G^(1/2)) where G denotes the total level of consumption in the

    asked on March 13, 2014
  7. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a competitive firm which has fixed costs of $1000, semi-fixed-costs of $1000, and variable costs given by q^2. QUESTION: What is the maximum market price at which the firm decides to supply zero?

    asked on March 13, 2014
  8. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider a market in which consumption of the good being traded generates a positive externality. There are 100 identical consumers, each with a utility function given by (1/2)*(q^(1/2))+m +(G^(1/2)) where G denotes the total level of consumption in the

    asked on March 13, 2014
  9. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a rational consumer with an experienced utility function given by 8*x^(1/2)+m. Let p=$1 p/unit denote the market price of good x. Suppose that, initially, the firm selling the good matches his purchases as follows: for every x units

    asked on March 13, 2014
  10. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider an oligopolistic market with two firms. Each of them produces using a cost function given by c(q)=q^2. The aggregate demand in the market is given by 1000−p. Suppose that, in order to increase production, the government gives the firms a $100

    asked on March 13, 2014
  11. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider the problem of a rational consumer with an experienced utility function given by 8x√+m. Let p=$1 p/unit denote the market price of good x. Suppose that, initially, the firm selling the good matches his purchases as follows: for every x units

    asked on March 13, 2014
  1. Math answer check

    2. A pool company will install a round swimming pool in the middle of a yard that measures 40 ft. by 20 ft. If the pool is 12 ft. in diameter, how much of the yard will still be available?: *

    posted on November 24, 2008