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### AK_HW5

Course: MATH 201, Spring 2011
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Key Answer for Homework #5 Question 1 (a) Microeconomics, Macroeconomics. (b) Macroeconomics. (c) (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics) and (Macroeconomics, Microeconomics). (d) Macroeconomics. (e) (Macroeconomics, Macroeconomics). No, we can reach to (10,10) payo. (f) Yes, the dominant strategy for Prentice Hill is Macroeconomics. Yes, the dominant strategy for McGraw Hall is Macroeconomics. (g) Microeconomics. (h)...

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Key Answer for Homework #5 Question 1 (a) Microeconomics, Macroeconomics. (b) Macroeconomics. (c) (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics) and (Macroeconomics, Microeconomics). (d) Macroeconomics. (e) (Macroeconomics, Macroeconomics). No, we can reach to (10,10) payo. (f) Yes, the dominant strategy for Prentice Hill is Macroeconomics. Yes, the dominant strategy for McGraw Hall is Macroeconomics. (g) Microeconomics. (h) (Microeconomics, Microeconomics) and (Macroeconomics, Macroeconomics). Yes, we can reach to (10,10) payo at (Microeconomics, Microeconomics). (i) Yes, the dominant strategy for Prentice Hill is Microeconomics. Yes, the dominant strategy for McGraw Hall is Microeconomics. Question 2 (a) Action: Enter, Not. Strategy: (Enter, Enter), (Enter, Not), (Not, Enter), (Not, Not). (b) Not is the best response, since it gives larger payo. (c) The (subgame perfect) Nash equilibrium is (\$400, (Enter, Not)). (d) Although Samsumg announced uncompromising entry, Not enter is a best interest of Samsung, once Apple takes a low price. Question 3 (a) See the Figure 1. 1 Figure 1: Range of Optimal qH P 10 MC 5 Demand MR 500Q 250 (b) prot The is maximized when M C = M R. And so M C = 5 + 0.01Q = 10 0.04Q = M R Q = 100. (c) Since the demand function is P = 10 0.02Q and Q = 100, the equilibrium price is P = 8. (d) The consumer surplus is the area of triangle {(0, 10), (0, 8), (100, 8)}. Thus, CS = 100. The producer surplus is the area of trapezoid {(0, 8), (0, 5), (100, 6), (100, 8)}. Thus, P S = 200 + 50 = 250. (e) Since 10 0.01Q = 5 + 0.02Q, QP = 500 3 and P P = 20 . 3 (f) The consumer surplus is the area of triangle {(0, 10), (0, 20 ), ( 500 , 20 )}. Thus, 3 3 3 CS = 1 20 500 = 2500 277.78. The producer surplus is the area of triangle 23 3 9 {(0, 20 ), (0, 5), ( 500 , 20 )}. Thus, P S = 1 5 500 = 1250 138.89. 3 3 3 23 3 9 (g) The deadweight loss is the area of triangle {(100, 6), (100, 8), ( 500 , 20 )}. Thus, 3 3 1 DL = 2 2 200 = 200 66.67. 3 3 On the other hand, the economic surplus at the perfectly competitive market is CS + P S = 2500 + 12509 = 3750 . the economic surplus under the monopoly is 9 9 2 C S + P S = 100 + 250 = 350. The dierence is which is the deadweight loss. 3 3750 9 350 = 37503150 9 = 600 9 = 200 , 3
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