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#### Antonio brings $30 to a baseball game to spend on sodas and pizza

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*budget**constraint*Antonio*brings*$*30*to a baseball*game*to*spend*on sodas and pizza. The*following**diagram**shows**his**budget**constraint*:According to the*diagram*, sodas cost $_______ each, and pizza costs $_______ per slice.Adjust the*diagram*to show how Antonio's*budget**constraint*would change if he had brought less money to the ballpark. (Assum and pizza...#### On the budget constraint and indifference curve diagram (click on it to make it bigger), if...

On the

*budget**constraint*and indifference curve*diagram*(click on it to make it bigger), if DK is the original*budget*line and DF is the new*budget*line, then which of the*following*must have happened to cause the move from DK to DF? The price of*hot**dogs*must have risen. The price of Cokes must have fallen....#### 1) Noah likes hot dogs and Coca-Cola. Hot dogs cost $1 each and Cokes cost $.50...

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...#### 9. Income and substitution effects Dmitri and Frances Doherty live in Miami and enjoy going out...

9. Income and substitution effects

*Dmitri*and Frances Doherty live in Miami and enjoy going out to fancy restaurants for dinner and to diners for breakfast. On the*following**diagram*, the purple curves 11 and 12 represent two of their indifference curves for fancy dinners and diner breakfasts. They have $1,000 per month available to*spend*on eating out. The...#### Quick intuition check via True or False Questions 1. 2. If all prices double and income...

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...#### The Philadelphia Phillies occasionally offer “Dollar Dog Nights” as a way to promote attendance at ballgames...

The Philadelphia Phillies occasionally offer “Dollar Dog Nights” as a way to promote attendance at ballgames (baseball games routinely do not sell out). Suppose they sell

*hot**dogs*for $1 each and chili*dogs*for $3 each. Dan attends the*game*and has utility such that U = √? +√?. Dan only has $15 cash and no credit card. a....#### please use Excel to answer each question Questions 1-3 Biff Titan, a student at UWO, plans...

please use Excel to answer each question Questions 1-3 Biff Titan, a student at UWO, plans to open a

*hot*dog stand inside UWO's*football*stadium during home games. There are eight (8) home games scheduled for the upcoming season. He must pay the UWO athletic department a vendor's fee of $1,600 for the season. The stand and other equipment...#### Jasmine loves to support her local sports teams. She has an annual budget of $400 to...

Jasmine loves to support her local sports teams. She has an annual

*budget*of $400 to divide between basketball games and*football*games. Tickets to a basketball*game*cost $25, and tickets to a*football**game*cost $100. Jasmine loves to support her local sports teams. She has an annual*budget*of $400 to divide between basketball games and*football*...#### Utility Max.docx Page 3 of 3 Yaomin is an aficionado of the true baseball experience. Every week during 2....

Utility Max.docx Page 3 of 3 Yaomin is an aficionado of the true baseball experience. Every week during 2. baseball season, he budgets $128 for the

*game*and*hot**dogs*. Assume the price of a*hot*dog is $2.00 and the price of a baseball*game*is $60.00. Given the information below about Yaomin's preferences for*hot**dogs*and baseball...#### Tom's monthly budget control Namber of hot dogs per month 20 Number of hamburgeru per month...

Tom's monthly

*budget*control Namber of*hot**dogs*per month 20 Number of hamburgeru per month (13) Refer to above Figure. Assume Tom is on*budget**constraint*AC and the price of a hamburger is $4.00. Tom's monthly income is A) $20. Pe $4 B) $60. X= 20 hamburgers C) $80. Toms monthly income : 20 x 4 = $...

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