Running head: Unit 4 Homework Assignment
Unit 4 Homework Assignment
ShaMonica Thompson
Everest University Online
MAP 5285 Organizational Development and Change
PJ Pardo, PhD
03/09/2012
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Running head: Unit 4 Homework Assignment
Describe the process consul
Chapter 8: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
7 units.
$28.
$224, since $32 7 = $224.
$98, since $14 7 = $98.
$126 (the difference between total cost and variable cost).
It is earning a loss of $28, since ($28 -$32) x 7 = - $28.
Chapter 9: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. D2 (the steeper curve)
b. D1 (the flatter curve)
c.
i. $20.
ii. 0 units.
iii. $20 to $50. At a price of $60, MR = $20 for D2 and MR = $50 for D1.
Therefore, $60 will be optimal for MC anywhere in this ran
Chapter 5: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. When K = 81 and L = 16, Q = (81)0.75(16)0.25 = 54. Thus, APL = Q/L = 54/16 =
3.375. When K = 81 and L = 256, Q = (81)0.75(256)0.25 = (27)(4) = 108. Thus, APL
= 108/256 = 0.422.
b. The marginal product of
Chapter 11: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. Since E = EF = EM,
b.
c.
P=
2
( 1+EE ) MC =( 12
) $ 150=$ 300
.
EF
N EM
2(2)
MC =
$ 150=
$ 150=$ 200 .
1+ E F
1+ N E M
1+2(2)
EF
N EM
20(2)
P=
MC =
$ 150=
$ 150=$ 153.85 .
1+ E F
1+ N E M
1+20 (2)
P=
(
(
Chapter 3: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. When P = $12, R = ($12)(1) = $12. When P = $10, R = ($10)(2) = $20. Thus, the
price decrease results in an $8 increase in total revenue, so demand is elastic over
this range of prices.
b. When P = $4, R =
Chapter 2: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. Since X is a normal good, a decrease in income will lead to a decrease in the
demand for X (the demand curve for X will shift to the left).
b. Since Y is an inferior good, an increase in income will lead
Chapter 10: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
a. Neither player has a dominant strategy.
b. Player 1s secure strategy is B. Player 2s secure strategy is E.
c. (B, E).
2.
a.
Strategy
A
B
Player 2
A
$400, $400
Player 1
$600, $100
B
$100, $600
$200, $200
Baye Chapter 8: Questions 2, 5, 6, 12, 13
Question 2:
a. Set P = MC to get $80 = 8 + 4Q. Solve for Q to get Q = 18 units.
b. $80.
c. Revenues are R = ($80)(18) = $1440, Costs are C = 40 + 8(18) + 2(18) 2 =
$832, so profits are $608.
d. Entry will occur, t
Baye Chapter 2: Questions 1, 4, 5, 8, 14
Question 1:
a. Since X is a normal good, an increase in income will lead to an increase in the
demand for X (the demand curve for X will shift to the right).
b. Since Y is an inferior good, a decrease in income wil
Baye Chapter 7: Questions 1, 3, 5, 11, 13
Question 1:
The four-firm concentration ratio is,
Question 3:
The elasticity of demand for a representative firm in the industry is 1.5,
since
Question 5:
Managers should not specialize in learning to manage a par
Baye Chapter 5 Questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 14
Question 1:
a. When K = 16 and L = 16,
. Thus, APL = Q/L = 16/16 =
1. When K = 16 and L = 81,
24/81 = 8/27.
b.
. Thus, APL =
The marginal product of labor is
. When L = 16,
. When L = 81,
. Thus, as the
number of
Baye Chapter 9: Questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 17
Question 1:
a. D2.
b. D1.
c.
i.
ii.
iii.
$20.
0 units
$20 to $50.
Question 2:
a c1 1
100 12
Q2
2b
2
2 2
a c2 1
100 20
Q2
Q1
2b
2
2 2
b. Q1 = 16; Q2 = 12.
c. P = 100 2(28) = $44.
d. 1 = $512; 2 = $288.
a. Q1
Baye Chapter 3: Questions 2, 5, 6, 11, 14
Question 2:
a. At the given prices, quantity demanded is 700 units:
. Substituting the relevant information
into the elasticity formula gives:
. Since this is
less than one in absolute value, demand is inelastic a
Baye Chapter 10: Questions 1, 2, 5, 7, 15
Question 1:
a. Player 1s dominant strategy is B. Player 2 does not have a dominant strategy.
b. Player 1s secure strategy is B. Player 2s secure strategy is E.
c. (B, E).
Question 2:
a.
Player 1
Strategy
A
B
Playe
Baye Chapter 1: Questions 2, 4, 6, 8
Question 2:
The maximum you would be willing to pay for this asset is the present value, which is
150, 000
150, 000
150, 000
150, 000
150, 000
PV
2
3
4
1 0.09 1 0.09 1 0.09 1 0.09 1 0.09 5
$583, 447.69.
Question 4:
a
Chapter 1: Answers to Questions and Problems
1.
Producer-producer rivalry best illustrates this situation. Here, Southwest is a
producer attempting to steal customers away from other producers in the form of
lower prices.
2.
The maximum you would be willi