Prof. N. Turdaliev
Homework Assignment 2 (Due October 6; hand in to GA during GA's
Evaluate A+B, A-B, 3A-5B if
1 K2 0
1 K1 5
0 1 3
10 1 6
Now verify your answer using Maple.
Compute the mat
12. Welfare analysis: Basic concepts Aa Aa E
Which of the following statements best captures the concept of consumer surplus?
O I sold a pair of blue jeans for $28, even though I was willing to go as low as $21 to sell them.
0 Even though I was willing to
14. Producer surplus for a group of sellers Aa Aa E
The following graph shows the supply curve for a group of sellers in the U.S. market for cell phones. Each seller has
only one cell phone to sell. Each rectangular segment under the supply curve represen
15. Consumer surplus, producer surplus, and deadweight loss Aa Aa E1
The following graph shows the supply of (orange curve) and demand for (blue curve) tablet computers.
Determine the equilibrium price and quantity of tablet computers. Based on this, use
13. Consumer surplus for a group of consumers Aa Aa El.
The following graph shows the demand curve for a group of consumers in the US market for cell phones. The market
price of a cell phone is $280, as shown by the black horizontal line.
Each rectangle o
4. Demand shifters Aa Aa
The following graph shows the market demand for pomegranates. Suppose that a recent medical study suggests that eating
pomegranates increases life expectancy. Show the impact of the medical study by shifting the demand curve on th
8. Supply shifters Aa Aa E
Suppose the following graph shows the market supply for kumquats. A severe drought destroys much of the crop of
kumquats. Show the impact of the severe drought by shifting the supply curve on the graph.
Tool tip: Click and drag
3. Determinants ofdemand Aa Aa E
The following calculator shows the demand curve for sedans (for example, Toyota Camrys or Honda Accords) in New York City. For simplicity, assume
that all sedans are identical and sell for the same price. Initially, the ca
2. Individualand marketdemand Aa Aa EL
Suppose that Sam and Laura are the only consumers of bottled water in a particular market. The following table shows their demand schedules:
Price Laura's Quantity Demanded Sam's Quantity Demanded
($ per bottle) (Bot
6. Individual and market supply
Aa A3 a
Suppose that Chris and Jon are the only suppliers of bottled water in Los Angeles. The following table shows their supply schedules.
Price Jon's Quantity Supplied Chriss Quantity Supplied
(1'- per bottle) (Bottles
WARREN GOLDFARB, Deductive Logic
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NOTE: the following exercises have been excerpted from the text. The format and
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