8. Problems and Applications Q8 Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 60...
8. Problems and Applications Q8 Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 60 shirts or 30 computers and a Chinese worker can produce 60 shirts or 12 computers There are 1 million workers in each country Use the blue line (circle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier (PPF) for the United States, and use the green line (triangle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier for China U.S. PPF 21 18 S15 China PPF U.S. without...
14. Problems and Applications Q8 Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 100 shirts or 20 computers and a Chinese worker can produce 100 shirts or 10 computers. blue line (circle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier (PPF) for the United States, and use the green line (triangle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier for China. 30 T 27 U.S PPF China PPF 15 12 U.S. without Trade China without Trade 0 10 20 30...
Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 60 shirts or 30 computers and a Chinese worker can produce 60 shirts or 12 computers. There are 1 million workers in each country. Use the blue line (circle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier (PPF) for the United States, and use the green line (triangle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier for China. Suppose that without trade the workers in each country spend half their time producing...
Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 80 shirts or 20 computers and a Chinese worker can produce 60 shirts or 20 computers. There are 1 million workers in each country. Use the blue line (circle symbol) to graph the production possibilities frontier (PPF) for the United States, and use the green line (triangle symbol) to graph the production psies frontier for China 30 27 24 21 18 China PPF 15 U.S. without Trade China without Trade...
Suppose that in a year an American worker can produce 100 shirts or 20 computers and a Chinese worker can produce 100 shirts or 10 computers. 1. For each country, graph the production possibilities frontier. Suppose that without trade the workers in each country spend half their time producing each good. Identify this point in your graphs. 2. Who has the comparative advantage in the production of shirts? What about for computers? 3. If these countries were open to...
2. Problems and Applications Q2 An American worker can produce either 5 cars or 9 tons of grain a year. A Japanese worker can produce either 3 cars or 9 tons of grain a year. To keep things simple, assume that each country has 100 million workers. Complete the following table with the number of workers needed to make one car or 1 ton of grain in the United States and Japan. Workers Needed to Make 1 Car 1 Ton...
2. Problems and Applications Q2 An American worker can produce ether 4 cars or 8 tons of grain a year. A Japanese worker keep things simple, assume that each country has 100 milion workers. can produce ether 4 cars or s tons of grain a year. To Complete the following table with the number of workers needed to make one car orl I ton of grain in the united States and Japan. Workers Needed to Make 1 Car 1 Ton...
2. Problems and Applications Q2 An American worker can produce either 5 cars or 9 tons of grain a year. A Japanese worker can produce either 3 cars or 9 tons of grain a year. To keep things simple, assume that each country has 100 million workers. Complete the following table with the number of workers needed to make one car or 1 ton of grain in the United States and Japan. Workers Needed to Make 1 Car1 Ton of...
8. Problems and Applications Q2 American and Japanese workers can each produce 4 cars a year. An American worker can produce 10 tons of grain a year, whereas a Japanese worker can produce 5 tons of grain a year. To keep things simple, assume that e ach country has 100 million workers. Complete the following table with the number of workers needed to make one car or 1 ton of grain in the United States and Japan. Workers Needed to...
Answer question 4 based on previous information. 1. Suppose that each worker in the home country can produce three loaves of bread or two shirts. Assume that Home has four workers a. Graph the production possiblities frontier for the Home country. b. What is the no-trade relative price for bread at Home? 2. Suppose that each worker in the Foreign country can produce two loaves of bread or three shirts. Assume that Foreign also has four workers. a. Graph the...