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Homework 2
1. Suppose you divide your income between cheese and other goods. Cheese costs $4 a pound and you buy 10 pounds a day. One day the price of cheese rises to $6 a pound and
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HOMEWORK #1 (p. 1 of 3)
Consider the market for new, single-family homes in New Orleans. The generalized demand function
for new
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1. A) Since capital is fixed at 10, then the short-run production function would be Q = 40L. This implies that for any level of output (Q), the number of labor tea
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1. A) This increases MC, so it will impact price. B) This is equivalent to part A; either one increases (marginal) production costs, so price is affected. C) This
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The utility Martha Stewart derives from her purchase of bowls and stock tips is represented by the equation U(b,s) = b0.75s0.25, so that MUb = 0.75*b -0.25s0.2
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Homework 5
1. Assume that you manage a plant that mass produces engines by teams of workers using assembly machines. The technology is summarized by the production function Q = 4KL,
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Homework 4
1. Which of the following might affect the price of a hamburger at Upton Sinclairs Jungle Bar & Grill? A) The price of meat rises. B) A new restaurant tax of $1 per hambur
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Homework 1
1. If the demand curve for a good is given by the following equation: Q = 1,000 200*P And, the supply curve is given by: 300*P Calculate equilibrium price and quantity.
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Homework 3
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The utility Martha Stewart derives from her purchase of bowls and stock tips is represented by the equation U(b,s) = b0.75s0.25, so that MUb = 0.75*b -0.25s0.25 and MU
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1. After the changes, you can still afford your original basket, so you must be better off after the changes. 2. No, he should not make the trade because the ratio
ECON3301 - Fall 2015
SMU - SSB
Intermediate Macroeconomics Quiz 4
Instructor: Dr. Maryam Dilmaghani
The small country of Vinebourg has a single output, red wine. It is produced using labour and capita