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ECN PS1_SOL

Course Number: ECON 101, Winter 2008

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Econ 301 Fall 2003 Problem Set #1 S.L. Parente Do Questions 1-6 in Williamson pages 62 and 63, plus the additional 4 questions. 1. Product accounting adds up value added by all producers. The wheat producer has no intermediate inputs and produces 30 million bushels at \$3/bu. for \$90 million. The bread producer produces 100 million loaves at \$3.50/loaf for \$350 million. The bread producer uses \$75 million worth...

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