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### supply98

Course: ECO 112, Fall 2009
School: Chester
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FUNCTIONS 3 SUPPLY AND SUPPLY CURVES Purpose: To emphasize the distinction between movements along supply curves and shifts of supply curves. To show, using graphs, how to compute quantities supplied. To show the effects of a per unit tax on supply. Computer file: supply98.xls Instructions and background information: Open the Excel file supply98.xls, and choose whether you want to do the problems as practice, or...

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