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$1,200
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Auxiliary Problems for Chapter 1
1. Given five pizza delivery opportunities per week and five night classes per week, illustrate a
personal production possibilities curve and identify the five points on the curve.
2. Identify the total opportunity costs o
CH 2 Study Guide
1. Per capita GDP will definitely fall if
A. The population falls.
B. The rate of economic growth falls.
C. The rate of economic growth is less than the rate of population growth.
D. There is a decrease in the size of the labor force.
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/ Production possibilities curve
Make sure to look at the excel file PPCurveExample.xlsx in the instructor add-ons.
The production possibilities curve (PPC) shows what choices are
available given the resources, the choices for problem 8 are the
differe
Examples of Production Possibilities Curves
For a better method see Example 3 below:
Example 1
Butter
Guns
A production possibilities curve for Butter and Guns.
0
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2
7
3
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5
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Elasticity of demand for 0.9 means that one percetage change in price leads to less than 0.9% change in
qunaity demanded
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=20%
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ess than 0.9% change in
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10-2. Suppose that the long-run aggregate supply curve
is positioned at a real GDP level of $15 trillion in
base-year dollars, and the long-run equilibrium
price level (in index number form) is 115. What is
the full-employment level of nominal GDP?
nomina
Suppose that the quantity of money in circulation
is fixed but the income velocity of money doubles.
If real GDP remains at its long-run potential
level, what happens to the equilibrium price
level? (See page 354.)
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Money circulation being fixed co
A.)
B.)
Present Value
$4,000
Interest Rate
8%
Number of Payment
20
Future Value using FV=PV(1+i)^n
Answer
Present Value
Interest Rate
Number of Payments
Answer
$2,500
10%
30
($25,924.01)
$80,000
$197,691.69 ($197,691.69)
$25,924.01
C.)
Present Value
Inter
DUNBAR COMPANY
Sales Budget
For the Three Months Ended June 30
Budgeted packages to be sold
Sales price per package
Total sales
$
$
April
May
June
Total
3,000
3,100
3,200
9,300
20
# $
20 $
20
60,000 $ 62,000 $ 64,000 $ 186,000
DUNBAR COMPANY
Production Bu
Units
Sales revenue
Variable expenses
Contribution margin
Fixed expenses
Operating income
STEINBACK PRO COMPANY
Flexible Budget Performance Report
For the Year Ended July 31, 2014
Flexible
Actual
Budget
Flexible
Results
Variance
Budget
$ 218,000 $
- $ 218
Shiga Naoya Corporation
Income Statement
31-Dec-14
Net Income:
Income from continuing operation before income tax
Income Tax
Income from continuing operation
Discontinued operations
Loss before taxes
Less: applicable income tax (35%)
Net Income
Preferred
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d)
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e)
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f)
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g)
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h)
Fall
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13.
a.
Financial
b.
Stockholders
c.
Controlling
d.
Managerial
e.
Financial
f.
Managerial
g.
Planning
Requirement 1
KNIGHT CORP.
Schedule of Cost of Goods Manufactured
Year Ended December 31, 2014
BeginningWork-in-ProcessInventory
DirectMaterialsUsed:
Beginnin