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1. Gilligan and Robinson are stranded on a desert island.  To feed themselves each  day they can either catch fish or pick fruit as specified in the table below.   a.  Gilligan's opportunity cost of catching/producing a fish is  foregone fruit.  2 b.  Gilligan's opportunity cost of harvesting one more fruit is  foregone fish.  1/2 or .5 c.  Robinson's opportunity cost of catching/producing a fish is  foregone fruit.  2/3  or .6 d.  Robinson's opportunity cost of harvesting one more fruit is foregone fish.  3/2 or  1.5 e. comparative advantage in fishing          Gilligan         Robinson f. comparative advantage in fruit picking    Gilligan         Robinson g. absolute advantage in fishing                Gilligan         Robinson h. Absolute advantage in fruit picking        Gilligan         Robinson Fruit Fish Gilligan
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