Study Guide for Calling The Shots.
1. What percent of parents delay or skip shots when it comes to vaccinating their kids? What
percent of parents refuse to vaccinate their kids altogether?
2. Why do you think that in the United States kids must be vaccin
Personal Experience Papers
These papers will allow the student to show an understanding of economic concepts as they apply in
the life of the student. All papers will be due at the beginning of class on the assigned date. Late
papers will not be accepted
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When an economist points out that you and millions of other people are interdependent, he or she
is referring to the fact that we all
rely upon the government to provide us with the basic necessities of life.
rely upon one another f
A rational decision maker takes action if and only if the marginal cost exceeds the
marginal benefit. (t/f)
One way that governments can improve market outcomes is to ensure that individuals are
able to own and exercise control over their sc
Chapter 3 Summary
Each person consumes goods and services produced by many other people both in
the United States and around the world. Interdependence and trade are desirable
because they allow everyone to enjoy a greater quantity and variety of goods an
Over the semester as you are taking Math 108, please keep track of your sleep hours (rounded to the neares
You will need to use this data for the Time Series Chart a little later . . .
Semester's Log for Your Nights of Sleep
FINANCIAL ECONOMICS - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (715)
2016/2017 Academic Year
Eight Semester Planning Worksheet
Minimum of C- required in all major courses
Writing and Reasoning
Brigham Young UniversityIdaho 2016-2017
1. Students will demonstrate integrity and ethical behavior.
2. Students will demonstrate the ability to work productively and
appropriately in teams with diverse
Brigham Young UniversityIdaho 2016-2017
The agriculturally-related industries are vibrant with numerous opportunities domestically and internationally for growth and career
advancement. Potential careers include commodity traders, wholesale buye
Reading 1 - Econ 150
Answer the following questions in your own words and submit the completed file on I-Learn.
Explain ceteris paribus and why it is important when analyzing relationships. When
using ceteris paribus in economics, one assumes that all oth
Application 4: Market Failures and the Role of Government
1. Explain why in some apartments nobody takes out the trash or the dishes dont get done.
Explain what actions can be taken to fix this problem.
My first conclusion is that they expect someone else
Supply and Demand
1) Write down three things that you believe to be true about the parking situation on
Not enough parking
To far away
To many options for parking
2) What policies would you propose to the administration take to
Write your own Plan for Success in this course. The plan should include a weekly study schedule and a
general list of things you think you will need to do each week to get the work done. Be prepared to
discuss this plan with your study group and with the
Application Chapter 12 and 19 Monopolies and Antitrust:
1) Discuss the pros and cons of having a king? Explain why in The Book of Mormon they went
from a king to the reign of judges (Mosiah 29). What would be the potential pros and
cons of having a monopo
Readings 4 Chapters 4 & 5
1. Distinguish between demand-side and supply-side market failures and the kinds of externalities
that are created by each. Demand-side market failures arise because it is impossible in certain
cases to charge consumers what they
Application Chapter 7 & 8
1) The Big Jud Burger is a 4 pound burger. Explain why an individual would eat the entire burger
even though it may cause physical discomfort.
I think that a person would try to eat the entire burger because you become one of the
What parts of the presentation did you agree with and what parts did you disagree
with? I really liked when he talked about in order to have more freedom we have to
maximize choices. We get to invent our own identity, we choose who we want to be
What is your Opportunity Cost of School per hour of school?
Opportunity cost is a measure of the value of what you are giving up or foregoing to do what you are doing.
Note: You are calculating the additional cost of being in school. If you would have inc
Application Chapter 13 Monopolistic Competition and Oligopolies
1. Watch the video clip: http:/abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?id=8999959 and explain how Bucees has differentiated themselves.
They advertise their bathroom I have never heard of anyone tha
Application 3 Supply and Demand
Sign up for your free access to the Wall Street Journal: http:/library.byui.edu/wsj.htm
1) Find a current article in the Wall Street Journal that demonstrates the principle of supply and demand.
Summarize the article and di
Application Chapter 10 & 11
1) Think of the product or service you will provide in your profession. Explain which market
structure you believe it would fit and why.
So one thing that I am hoping to supply and when I have my business is Dutch oven stands t
Application Chapter 9 Costs and Production
1) Think of a product or service you will provide in your profession. Discuss what costs would be fixed
and which ones would be variable.
The cost of this welding process consists of three major items. These are
1) Listen to or read the following NPR clip
Give a brief summary of what happened.
There was a revolution in the village and they were willing
Readings 2 - Econ 150
1. Highlight the main features of:
1.1. a laissez-faire economy, economic system in which transactions between private
parties are free from intrusive government restrictions, tariffs, and subsidies, with
only enough regulations to p