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Question 18 Correct 2.33 points out of 2.33 Flag question Question text Smith and Jones comprise a two-person economy. Their hourly rates of production are shown below. The opportunity cost of making a calculator for Smith is ______ and for Jones it is ______. Select one: a. 0.10 computers; 0.05 computers b. 10 computers; 20 computers c. 1 computer; 0.5 computers d. 0.6 computers; 1.2 computers Feedback The correct answer is: 0.10 computers; 0.05 computers Question 19 Correct 2.33 points out of 2.33 Flag question Question text Smith and Jones comprise a two-person economy. Their hourly rates of production are shown below.
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Suppose Smith and Jones begin by producing 16 computers and 0 calculators per hour. If they
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