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### ME12IM07

Course: MBA 672, Spring 2011
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7 PRODUCTION Chapter ANALYSIS AND COMPENSATION POLICY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q7.1 Is use of least-cost input combinations a necessary condition for profit maximization? Is it a sufficient condition? Explain. Q7.1 ANSWER Employment of least-cost input combinations is a necessary but not sufficient condition for profit maximization. It is necessary because a failure to operate with a least-cost input combination...

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Chapter 8COST ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATIONQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ8.1What advantages or disadvantages do you see in using current costs for tax andstockholder reporting purposes?Q8.1ANSWERTheoretically, it would be preferable to use current costs for inc
Pace - MBA - 672
Chapter 9Linear ProgrammingQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ9.1Give some illustrations of managerial decision situations in which you think thelinear programming technique would be useful.Q9.1ANSWERLinear programming can be used for solving any type of const
Pace - MBA - 672
Chapter 10COMPETITIVE MARKETSQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ10.1Historically, the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) had a monopoly onthe provision of local voice phone service. Regulation has now been eased to permitcompetition from Competitive Local
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Chapter 11PERFORMANCE AND STRATEGY IN COMPETITIVE MARKETSQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ11.1Your best income-earning opportunity appears to be an offer to work for a localdeveloper during the month of June and earn \$2,000. However, before taking thejob, you
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Chapter 12MONOPOLY AND MONOPSONYQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ12.1Describe the monopoly market structure and provide some examples.Q12.1ANSWERMonopoly is a market structure characterized by a single seller of a highlydifferentiated product. Because a mono
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Chapter 13MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION AND OLIGOPOLYQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ13.1Describe the monopolistically competitive market structure and give some examples.Q13.1ANSWERMonopolistic competition is a market structure quite similar to perfect competiti
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Chapter 14GAME THEORY AND COMPETITIVE STRATEGYQUESTIONS &amp; ANSWERSQ14.1From a game theory perspective, how would you characterize the bargainingbetween a customer and a used car dealer?Q14.1ANSWERThis type of bargaining situation can be characteriz
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Chapter 15PRICING PRACTICESQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ15.1Express the markup on cost formula in terms of the markup on price, and use thisrelation to explain why a 100% markup implies a 50% markup on price.Q15.1ANSWERThe markup on cost, or cost plus, f
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Chapter 16RISK ANALYSISQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ16.1In economic terms, what is the difference between risk and uncertainty?Q16.1ANSWEREconomic risk is the chance of loss because all possible outcomes and theirprobability of happening are unknown. Act
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Chapter 17CAPITAL BUDGETINGQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ17.1The decision to start your own firm and go into business can be thought of as acapital budgeting decision. You only go ahead if projected returns look attractive ona personal and financial basis.
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Chapter 18ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCEQUESTIONS AND ANSWERSQ18.1Describe the difference between vertical and horizontal business relationships.Q18.1ANSWERA vertical relation is a business connection between companies at different
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Chapter 19GOVERNMENT IN THE MARKET ECONOMYQUESTIONS &amp; ANSWERSQ19.1Air pollution costs the U.S. billions of dollars per year in worker absenteeism,healthcare, pain and suffering, and loss of life. Discuss some of the costs andbenefits of a Pigou tax
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INSTRUCTOR'S MANUALMANAGERIAL ECONOMICSTwelfth EditionMark HirscheyUniversity of KansasSOUTH-WESTERNCENGAGE LearningPREFACEManagerial Economics, Twelfth Edition is a practical guide to the application of economicconcepts in managerial decision ma
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Nature and Scope ofNatureManagerial EconomicsManagerialChapter 1 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 1OVERV
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Economic OptimizationChapter 2 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 2OVERVIEW EconomicOptimization Process R
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Demand and SupplyDemandChapter 3Chapter 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 3OVERVIEWBasis for DemandMarke
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Demand AnalysisChapter 4 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 4OVERVIEWUtility TheoryIndifference CurvesBudg
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Demand EstimationChapter 5 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 5OVERVIEWInterview and Experimental MethodsSi
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,ForecastingChapter 6 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 6OVERVIEWForecasting ApplicationsQualitative Analys
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Production Analysis andProductionCompensation PolicyCompensationChapter 7 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapte
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Cost Analysis andCostEstimationEstimationChapter 8 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 8OVERVIEWEconomic a
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Linear ProgrammingChapter 9 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 9OVERVIEWBasic AssumptionsProduction Plannin
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Competitive MarketsChapter 10 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 10OVERVIEWCompetitive EnvironmentFactors T
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Performance and StrategyPerformancein Competitive MarketsinChapter 11 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 11
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Monopoly and MonopsonyChapter 12 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 12OVERVIEWMonopoly Market Characteristic
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Monopolistic CompetitionMonopolisticand OligopolyandChapter 13 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 13OVERVI
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Game Theory andGameCompetitive StrategyCompetitiveChapter 14 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 14Chapter
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Pricing PracticesChapter 15 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 15OVERVIEWPricing Rules-of-thumbMarkup Prici
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Risk AnalysisChapter 16 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 16OVERVIEWConcepts of Risk and UncertaintyProbab
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Capital BudgetingChapter 17 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 17OVERVIEWCapital Budgeting ProcessSteps in
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Organization Structure andOrganizationCorporate GovernanceCorporateChapter 18 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Ch
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MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS12th EditionByMark Hirschey 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Government inGovernmentthe Market EconomytheChapter 19 2009, 2006 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning2009,Chapter 19OVERVIEWExter
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Version 061/AADDB Quiz 2 Enthalpy lyon (51900)This print-out should have 10 questions.Multiple-choice questions may continue onthe next column or page nd all choicesbefore answering.003A calorimeter110.0 points1. is only useful in measuring exoth
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Version 167/ACCBD Quiz 1 Measurement lyon (51900)This print-out should have 10 questions.Multiple-choice questions may continue onthe next column or page nd all choicesbefore answering.1234567AA AB AC AD BA BB BC89 10 BACK NEXTBD CA CB CCC
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Version 001 Exam 4 vanden bout (51640)This print-out should have 31 questions.Multiple-choice questions may continue onthe next column or page nd all choicesbefore answering.ChemPrin3e T17 19001 10.0 pointsBombarding 54 Fe with a neutron results in
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Version 001 Exam 3 vanden bout (51640)This print-out should have 31 questions.Multiple-choice questions may continue onthe next column or page nd all choicesbefore answering.Msci 21 1208001 10.0 pointsConsider the following electrode reactions:Fe3
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Version 001 Exam 2 vanden bout (51640)This print-out should have 32 questions.Multiple-choice questions may continue onthe next column or page nd all choicesbefore answering.Msci 20 0317001 10.0 pointsHow many mL of a 0.001 M chloride solutionmust
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Version 001 Exam 1 vanden bout (51640)VDB Phase Change Thermo Signs 001001 10.0 pointsSubstance A has undergone a phase transition (under constant pressure) whereH = 10kJ/mol and S = 36J/K mol.What phase transition could have occurred?1. freezing2.
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Chapter12:IdentifyingOrganicCompoundsMassSpectrometryInfraredSpectroscopyNuclearMagneticResonanceSpectroscopy(NMR)MassSpec:1.Sampleisvaporizedintothespectrometer2.SampleisbombardedbyhighenergyelectronsResults:Title:Jul2711:07AM(1of11)Title:Nov154
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Chapter13:NuclearMagneticResonanceSpectroscopy(NMR)MapofthecarbonhydrogenframeworkwithinamoleculeHydrogen(H1)andCarbon13(C13)nucleiare:Thesenucleicanbeinfluencedbyanexternalmagneticfield(Bo)LakeandStreamAnalogyTherearetwowaystoaligntoamagneticfield:
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CHEM2212:FundamentalsinModernOrganicChemistryIIChapter14:ConjugatedDienes&amp;UltravioletSpectroscopyPolyunsaturatedSystemsExamples:1SpecificFocus:Subcategories:1.)NonConjugated:2.)Cojugated:2Subcategories(cont'd):Miscellaneous:Enynes:Enones:3N
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Chapter17:AlcoholsandPhenolsGeneralDefinitions:Alcohols: ContainanOHgroupattachedtoasp 3carbonatomExample:Phenols: ContainanOHgroupattacheddirectlytoabenzeneringExample:Enols: ContainanOHgroupattachedtoavinyliccarbonatomExample:Title:Jun268:56AM(1
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Chapter18:Ethers,Epoxides,Thiols,andSulfidesEthers:Relativelyunreactive/stable.Goodforsolvents.Canformexplosiveperoxides(ROOR')QuickStructuralComparisons:Alcohols:Ethers:Thiols:Sulfides:1EtherNomenclature:Method1:Inthecaseofsimpleetherswithnoo
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Chapter20:CarboxylicAcidsandNitrilesCarboxlyicAcids:NomenclatureTherearetwowaystonamecarboxylicacids.Thesystemuseddependsonthecomplexityofthecompound1. Replacethe&quot;e&quot;ofthealkanenamewith&quot;oicacid&quot;Thecarbonylcarboniscarbon1fortheparentchainExamples:2.
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Chapter21:CarboxylicAcidDerivativesandNucleophilicAcylSubstitutionsReactionsGeneralOverviewofCarboxylicCompounds:Structure:acylgroupbondedto&quot;Y&quot;(anelectronegativeatom/group)YGroup= Halide,acyloxy,alkoxy,amine,thiolate,phosphateCarboxylicAcidEsterAci
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Chapter23:CarbonylCondensationReactionsPreviouslydiscussedcarbonylreactivitypatterns:1CarbonylCondensations:TheAldolReactionGeneralReaction:Examples(symmetrical):2CarbonylCondensations:TheAldolReactionMechanism:3TheAldolCondensation:Equilibrium
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Answers to IR/NMR Sample Problems4:O6:OO14:OO18:OO20:OO23:O29:OO
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Detailed Answer to Question 18:Singlet at 6.1HOCH3OHCH3Singlet at 3.7Singlet at 5.5Singlet at 1.9
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Two simple rules in order to determine whichTwo simple rules in order to determine whichgroup will dominate the directing effects1. ortho-para directors always beat meta-directors2. Strong activators always beat weak activators2. Strong activators al
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Leaving group order approximately in decreasing ability to leave*R-N2+diazonium saltsR-OR'2+R-OSO2C4F9nonaflatesR-OSO2CF3triflatesR-OSO2FfluorosulfonatesR-OTs, R-OMs, etc.tosylates, mesylatesR-IiodidesR-BrbromidesR-OH2+conjugate acid o
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MW = 72CH3CHCH2CH3MW = 72CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3Vs.CH3(72-15)(72-15)5757MW = 72MW = 72CH3CHCH2CH3CH3CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3Vs.(72-29)(72-29)(72-15)(72-15)43435757MW = 72MW = 72CH3CHCH2CH3CH3CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3Vs.(72-29)(72-29)(72-14-14-15)(72
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SN1SN 2MechanismTwo steps: R-LR+Kinetics1st order (unimolecular)Rate = k[R-L]Ionization is the rate determiningstep2nd order (bimolecular)Rate = k[R-L][Nu:]StereochemistryRacemizationInversionCarbon (sp3)electrophileFavored by electrophil