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Could you explain how they reached that answers? Multiple Choice (2 pts. each) Questions 1-4] Martha...
In Problem 10, if in the same amount of time that it takes her to read 40 pages of economics and 30 pages of sociology, Martha could read 20 pages of economics and 110 pages of sociology, then which of these equations describes combinations of pages of economics, E, and sociology, S, that she could read in the time it takes to read 40 pages of economics and 30 pages of sociology? a. E + S = 130. b. E/2...
question #6 P2 = $1 for each Gala. Find her optimal demand and show it on the graph. (e) Describe Kate's optimal choice(s) when p $1. Consumer Demand For each of the following utility functions, write down a transformation that would turn it into a Cobb-Douglas utility function of the form U(, )"ys where a B-1. (a) U(x, y) γχαν'-a where γ is a constant. (b) U(, y)-y 6. For each of the following utility functions, write down 2 monotonic...
Quick intuition check via True or False Questions 1. 2. If all prices double and income triples, then the budget line will become steeper There are two goods. You know how much of good 1 a consumer can afford if she spends all of her income on good 1. If you knew the ratio of the prices of the two goods, then you could draw the consumer's budget line without any more information. lf good l is on the horizontal...
2) Max lives on Snickers Bars and Doritos. The price of Snickers (S) is 2 dollars per bar and the price of Doritos (D) is 1 dollar per bag. Max allows himself to spend no more than 10 dollars a day on food. He also restricts his consumption to 5,000 calories per day. There are 500 calories in a Snickers Bar and 1000 calories in bag of Doritos. Assume that Max spends his entire money budget each day and consumes...
1) Noah likes hot dogs and Coca-Cola. Hot dogs cost $1 each and Cokes cost $.50 per bottle There is a special promotion for Coke that will last for one month. If Noah sends in the bottle tops from the Cokes he drinks during the next month, he will get a refund of $.20 for every bottlecap beyond the first 12 that he returns. For example, if he returns 25 bottle caps he will get back $2.60 $.20(25 12). Noah...
Name: e xemSon Port I: 30 Multiple Choice Questions (One point for each correct answer) 1. A mathematical expression relating the amount of output produced to quantities of capital and labor utilized is the production function. Suppose the economy's production function is Y- 75x N xK, where K- 1000 and N 20, what happens if both inputs K and N are tripled? a. Y doubles. b. Y triples. c. Y quadruples d. Y is unchanged. 2. An adverse supply shock...
Labor Economics, multiple choice questions 1. In the leisure-income model, the wage constraint shows a. the points that maximize a worker's utility b. all points that are equally preferred c. the wage rates that affect work decisions d. the available combinations of leisure and income 2. The slope of a wage constraint reflects the: a. rate at which a person is willing to substitute leisure for income c. income effect b. price of leisure d. substitution effect 3. When a...
Question 9 1 pts Logan Roy is spending all his money income by buying mineral water and popcorn. At his current consumption level, the marginal utility of mineral water is 70 and the marginal utility of popcorn is 60. The price of a bottle of mineral water is $2.00 and the price of a box of popcorn is $1.50. The utility-maximizing rule suggests that Logan should: O Increase consumption of popcorn and increase consumption of mineral water Decrease consumption of...
Q 1: Clancy and Eileen are farmers. Each one owns a 20-acre plot of land. The following table shows the amount of corn and rye each farmer can produce per year on a given acre. Each farmer chooses whether to devote all acres to producing corn or rye or to produce corn on some of the land and rye on the rest.CornRye(Bushels per acre)(Bushels per acre)Clancy205Eileen5010On the following graph, use the blue line (circle symbol) to plot Clancy's production possibilities...
FART I TRUE FALSE QUESTIONS (10 points). Please write True (1) or False (F) on the blank Scarcity is the intimited nature of society's resources given society's limited wants 2. A reward is a type of positive incentive. 3. To remove difficulty of double coincidence of wants we use money. 4. An exogenous factor is a variable that can be controlled for inside the model. 5. The PPF will not have a constant slope. 6. The law of demand states...