Ch #6 Paper
1. Price elasticity of demand is a measure of buyer
to price changes.
2. Price elasticity of demand is defined as the percentage change in the quantity demanded
Divided by the percentage change in price
Thisisbecausewhenthepriceforchocolate increases the demand will decrease since few customers wil
be willing to buy and at the same time suppliers will be supplying high volu
Students name _
ECON 202 Ch #13 Paper assignment
1. Refer to the graph below to answer the following questions (name the respective four letters
describing the four corners of any relevant surfaces, or two letters describing relevant
a. What i
Ch 4: Homework Packet
CH 4 Essential Questions
How are waves described?
What is EMS?
What is the relationship between wavelength and frequency?
What is the photoelectric effect?
What does E= hv mean?
How is the Bohr atom represen
Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance
1. A defintion: Capitalism is an economic system wherein privately owned, relatively wellorganized, and stable firms pursue complex commercial activities within a relatively free
Practice Worksheet Ionic Compounds: Formulas and Names
Attached to these problems is a summary of how to name and write formulas
of compounds. If you arent sure how to work a problem, consult the
Chapter 3 Measurement
The kilo is
a. a unit of mass
b. a unit employed in medical terminology
! c. a decimal multiplier in the metric system
d. a unit of speed
e. a volume unit employed by the DEA (drug enforcement agency)
The SI bas
Chapters 5 & 6
The Time Value of Money
The Time Value of Money The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30):
it will be like a man going on a journey, who called his servants and entrusted his
property to them.
one he gave five
ECON 202 IR
Ch #5 Paper assignment (Price ceilings and floors)
Whenever relevant, show all your work (formula, values you plug in, and calculated results)
1. Select existng points on the graph below to answer the following questons:
a. The f
(15 min.) Computing and interpreting manufacturing unit costs.
Minnesota Office Products (MOP) produces three different paper products at its Vaasa lumber
plant: Supreme, Deluxe, and Regular. Each product has its own dedicated production line at the