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EC 350 Test # IIIa
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the test. Show all your
work and round your answers to two decimals wher
1.) Given the following information, what are the values of M1 and M2?
Small time deposits
Demand deposits and other checkable deposits
Savings deposits
Money market mutual funds
Travelers' checks
Large time deposits
Currency
Miscellaneous categories in M
EC 350 Test # IV
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Section:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 3 hours to complete the test. Round your answers to two
decimals when applicable. Good Luck
1.) A $
Consider a Monopoly where the AR curve is -2Q + 200 and MR curve is -2.5Q + 200 and
the MC curve is 2Q. (values in thousands)
Q # 1. Graph the curves.
Q # 2. What is the profit maximizing Q and P for this firm?
Q # 3. Calculate the DWL due to monopoly.
Q
1.) Given the following information, what are the values of M1 and M2?
Small time deposits
Demand deposits and other checkable deposits
Savings deposits
Money market mutual funds
Travelers' checks
Large time deposits
Currency
Miscellaneous categories in M
EC 350 Test # Ia
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the Test. Good Luck
Consider two neighboring countries, Slovenia and Croat
Class examples for: Money-Time Relationships & Equivalence
# 1-a) A firm borrows $5,000 for six year at annual interest rate of 6%, how much must
it repay in a lump sum at the end of the sixth year?
# 1-b) Same problem, however, the loan is compounded mon
EC 350 Test # IV
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the Test. Good Luck
1.) A $125,000 loan is secured, to be paid back with e
EC 350 Test # IIa
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the test. Good Luck.
1.) The local Chevrolet dealership has an increase i
Case 2: Study Period Useful Life
Up until now, study periods and useful lives have been the same
length. The study period is frequently taken to be a common
multiple of the alternatives lives when study period useful life.
Repeatibility Assumption
Conditi
ISE 2014 CHAPTER 6 COMPARING ALTERNATIVES
Objective:
To learn how to properly apply the profitability measures
described in Chapter 4 to select the best alternative out of a
set of mutually exclusive alternatives (MEA).
Mutually Exclusive - the selection
Consider a Supply and Demand diagram for I-pod shuffle. The demand curve is
represented by the formula P = -2Q + 250 and the Supply curve is represented by the
formula P = .6Q.
Q # 1. Plot the Supply and Demand diagram.
Q # 2. What is the equilibrium P an
EC 350 Test # IIa
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the test. Round your
answers to two decimals if applicable. Good Luck.
Co
EC 350 Test # IV
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the Test. Good Luck
1.) A $125,000 loan is secured, to be paid back with e
EC 350 Test # Ia
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the Test. Good Luck
Consider two neighboring countries, France and Italy;
EC 350 Test # IIa
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the test. Round your
answers to two decimals if applicable, Good Luck.
1.
EC 350 Test # IIIc
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name:
Instructor: Gasper Sekelj
Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the test. Round your
answers to two decimals if applicable, Good Luck.
Q
EC 350 Test # IV
Course: Principles of Micro and Engineering economics
Name: W Section: Date:
The test is worth 35 points. You have 3 hours to complete the test. Round your answers to two
decimals when applicable. Good Luck
l.) A $28,800 loan is s
There are three Industrial firms in Pittsburgh.
Firm
A
B
C
Initial pollution
level
7000
8000
5000
Cost of reducing
pollution by 1
unit
200
250
100
The government wants to reduce pollution to total 12,000 units of pollution, so it gives
each firm 4000 poll
Consider two neighboring countries, Italy and Austria, each has 5 million labor hours
available per week that they can use to produce pasta, ham, or combination of both. The
table below shows the amount of pasta or ham that can be produced using one hour
1. Mitchell Investments has offered you the following investment opportunity:
$6,000 at the end of each year for the first 5 years plus
$3,000 at the end of each year from 6 through 10, plus
$2,000 at the end of each year from 11 through 20
a) How much
Supplements
Classical Mechanics PH221
L. S. Schulman, Instructor
1
The brachistochrone problem
There are surely N N solutions to the brachistochrone problem, but since there seemed to be a desire
to avoid the elaborate calculus exercise that you experienc