Econ 162-A1, A2
due: March 20
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER SIX
1. a. To derive the Lorenz Curve for the economy of Loserville, first you must find the
cumulative distribution of income, then plot it on the Lorenz graph.
Econ 162-A1, A2
due: February 13
PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. Suppose that Sweetland Bakery can produce either brownies or cookies. The
production of one pound of brownies requires two cups of chocolate and one cup of flour.
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Econ 162-A1, A2
due: February 6
ANSWER KEY - PROBLEM SET NUMBER ONE
1. a. President Obama characterizes the state of the United States economy as growing, and it is
creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999. Unemployment
ECON 162-A1, A2
due: February 13
ANSWER KEY PROBLEM SET NUMBER TWO
1. First, it is helpful to construct a table to keep track of the quantity of resources being
used in the production of both goods. If 0 pounds of cookies ar
cognitivebehavioral theory the focus is on behaviour. In social work
this does not include all kinds of behavior. The client does not get in
contact with the social worker until there is a behavior that is
problematic for the client them self or those clo
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neutral. In conflict theory, existing truths are seen with a critical eye
and from the position of those with little power. In these models one
is focused on the conflict of interests. It is understood that the ones
with power develop their own culture wh
for the client. The social worker lays the ground for the suppressed to
improve their situation themselves The social worker supports the
client in adapting to the existing situation. The social workers power
Large Medium Large Little Medium View on socie
centered and rationally-acting human subjects? From Thomas Hobbes
through Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, Georg Simmel, W. E.
B. DuBois, Thorstein Veblen and Norbert Elias, various lines of theory
developed as an effort to understand the processes b