Chapters 8 and 10 Practice A 1. True/False: "If Jack Daniel's whiskey sells for $10 per bottle and if 1,000 bottles were sold last year, then the total value of those bottles to consumers was $10,000." Explain your answer. 2. #26 on page 267: The American
Chapters 5 & 6 Practice B From Textbook (7th edition): Chapter 5 page 130, R1: Suppose a farmer is deciding how many acres to spray. The crop duster charges $7 per acre. The total benefit of spraying is given in the following chart: # of acres sprayed tot
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1. (3) In general, what are the three conditions needed for the firm to be able to practice the 3rd degree price discrimination?
2. (7) Suppose a monopolist sells in two distinct markets. The demand
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1. (3 points) In general, what are the three conditions needed for the firm to be able to do the 3rd degree price discrimination? a. Price setter (have market power). b. Different groups of consumers
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The Denton Oaks Golf Club (DOG Club) is the only golf course in Denton County and as such has monopoly power with demand of: P = 200-2Q. Their Marginal Cost of providing a round of golf is $20. a. (4) What are the
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The Denton Oaks Golf Club (DOG Club) is the only golf course in Denton County and as such has monopoly power with demand of: P = 200-2Q. Their Marginal Cost of providing a round of golf is $20. a. (4) What are the
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Suppose Domestic Demand: Pd=12-
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b. (3) Assuming free trade, Pw=$5, find P, Q, and amounts of exports (or Imports) if any.
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Analyze the effect on social welfare of a sales tax Ex) Demand and supply for beer (per sixpack) in Denton can be illustrated by the following equations: (Inverse) Demand: (Inverse) Supply: P = 20
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Analyze the effect on social welfare of a sales tax Ex) Demand and supply for beer (per sixpack) in Denton can be illustrated by the following equations: (Inverse) Demand: (Inverse) Supply: P
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The demand for ream of printing papers is given by QD = 1000-50P. Printing paper is produced in a perfectly competitive industry with constant cost. Each paper company's short run total cost curve is given by STC=25+
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The demand for ream of printing papers is given by QD = 1000-50P. Printing paper is produced in a perfectly competitive industry with constant cost. Each paper company's short run total cost curve is given by STC=25+
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Assume a firm is operating on its expansion path in the short run: Q = 61/2*L1/2*K1/2 Where: K is fixed at 10, L = 15, Q = 30, MRTS = 2/3, PL = $40, PK =$60 (3) Graph their production isoquant and isocost curv
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Assume a firm is operating on its expansion path in the short run: Q = 61/2*L1/2*K1/2 Where: K is fixed at 10, L = 15, Q = 30, MRTS = 2/3, PL = $40, PK =$60 (3) Graph their production isoquant and isocost curves, label all releva
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2. (8 points) Assume Johnso
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1. (4 points) Consider the following: a. (2) Is it possible for all goods a consumer buys to be normal? Explain.
b. (2) Is it possible for all goods a consumer buys to be inferior? Explain.
2. (6 points) Consider the
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b. (2) Is it possi
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1. Assume Paula consumes Gasoline (PG = $5) and Water (PW = $2) and has an income of $120. a. (3 points) Graph Paula's budget constraint below noting the relevant intercepts (putting Gasoline on the horizontal axis).
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1. Assume Paula consumes Gasoline (PG = $5) and Water (PW = $2) and has an income of $120. a. (3 points) Graph Paula's budget constraint below noting the relevant intercepts (putting Gasoline on the horizontal axis). What is
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