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### microeconomics book solution 10

Course: ECON 2100- CRN 11853, Spring 2010
School: Georgia State
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PM Page S141-S156_Krugman2e_PS_Ch10.qxp 9/16/08 9:21 S-141 chapter: 10 The Rational Consumer 1. For each of the following situations, decide whether Al has increasing, constant, or diminishing marginal utility. a. The more economics classes Al takes, the more he enjoys the subject. And the more classes he takes, the easier each one gets, making him enjoy each additional class even more than the one before....

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Georgia State - ECON 2100- - CRN 11853
S157-S170_Krugman2e_PS_Ch11.qxp9/16/089:22 PMPage S-157chapter:11Consumer Preferences and Consumer Choice1.For each of the following situations, draw a diagram containing three of Isabella's indifference curves. a. For Isabella, cars and tires are
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S171-S184_Krugman2e_PS_Ch12.qxp9/16/089:22 PMPage S-171chapter:12Behind the Supply Curve: Inputs and Costs1.Changes in the prices of key commodities can have a significant impact on a companys bottom line. According to a September 27, 2007, articl
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S185-S196_Krugman2e_PS_Ch13.qxp9/16/089:22 PMPage S-185chapter:13Perfect Competition and the Supply Curve1.For each of the following, is the business a price-taking producer? Explain your answers. a. A cappuccino caf in a university town where the
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S197-S208_Krugman2e_PS_Ch14.qxp9/16/089:22 PMPage S-197chapter:14Monopoly1.Each of the following firms possesses market power. Explain its source. a. Merck, the producer of the patented cholesterol-lowering drug Zetia b. WaterWorks, a provider of
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S209-S220_Krugman2e_PS_Ch15.qxp9/16/089:23 PMPage S-209chapter:15Oligopoly1.The accompanying table presents market share data for the U.S. breakfast cereal market in 2006.Company Market ShareKellogg General Mills PepsiCo (Quaker Oats) Kraft Priv
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S221-S230_Krugman2e_PS_Ch16.qxp9/16/089:23 PMPage S-221chapter:16Monopolistic Competition and Product Differentiation1.Use the three conditions for monopolistic competition discussed in the chapter to decide which of the following firms are likely
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S231-S244_Krugman2e_PS_Ch17.qxp9/16/089:23 PMPage S-231chapter:17Externalities1.What type of externality (positive or negative) is present in each of the following examples? Is the marginal social benefit of the activity greater than or equal to t
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S245-S256_Krugman2e_PS_Ch18.qxp9/16/089:23 PMPage S-245chapter:18Public Goods and Common Resources1.The government is involved in providing many goods and services. For each of the goods or services listed, determine whether it is rival or nonriva
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S257-S264_Krugman2e_PS_Ch19.qxp9/16/089:24 PMPage S-257chapter:19The Economics of the Welfare State1.The accompanying table contains data on the U.S. economy for the years 1983 and 2006. The second column shows the poverty threshold. The third col
Georgia State - ECON 2100- - CRN 11853
S265-S276_Krugman2e_PS_Ch20.qxp9/16/089:24 PMPage S-265chapter:20Factor Markets and the Distribution of Income1.In 2007, national income in the United States was \$11,186.9 billion. In the same year, 137 million workers were employed, at an average
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S277-S280_Krugman2e_PS_Ch20A.qxp9/16/089:24 PMPage S-277chapter:Appendix: Indifference Curve Analysis of Labor Supply1.Leandro has 16 hours per day that he can allocate to work or leisure. His job pays a wage rate of \$20. Leandro decides to consume
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S281-S290_Krugman2e_PS_Ch21.qxp9/16/089:24 PMPage S-281chapter:21Uncertainty, Risk, and Private Information1.For each of the following situations, calculate the expected value. a. Tanisha owns one share of IBM stock, which is currently trading at
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