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3/27/15
ES2550: Week 2 Analysis 1
Graph and Interpret the Production Possibilities Model
b
a
1.
Constant opportunity costs as the PPC is a straight line.
2.
As shown point a is inefficient as it lies inside PPC
3.
As shown point b is unatta
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5/20/15
ES2550: Project Part 3
Discuss the Effect of Government Policies
Discuss the Effect of Government Policies
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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5/20/15
ES2550: Project Part 3
Discuss the Effec
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5/2/15
ES2550: Project Part 2
Comparative Advantage and Restrictions on International Trade
Comparative Advantage and Restrictions on International Trade
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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5/2/15
ES
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4/16/15
ES2550: Week 5 Analysis
Good Provision and Agents
Good Provision and Agents
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
Task 1:
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4/16/15
ES2550: Week 5 Analysis
Good Provision and Agents
1. A cup of c
ES2550: Week 9 Monopolistic Competition
Monopolistic Competition
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
Page 1
ES2550: Week 9 Monopolistic Competition
A. How many DVDs should be sold to rent per day to maximize profit? Briefly
expla
ES2550: Week 9 Pharmaceutical Drugs and Drug Companies
Pharmaceutical Drugs and Drug Companies
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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ES2550: Week 9 Pharmaceutical Drugs and Drug Companies
A. Is the market for pharmaceutical
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4/10/15
ES2550: Week 4 Analysis 1
Calculating and Interpreting Elasticity
Calculating and Interpreting Elasticity
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
Part I. Using the midpoint method, calculate and interpret the p
ES2550: Week 5 Good Provision and Agents
Identifying and Providing Types of Goods
You will explain why some goods should be provided by the government and others should be provided
by businesses. Given a list, correctly identify types of goods based on ex
ES2550: Week 4 Finding Optimal Consumption
The following table displays Georges consumption of soda pop and pretzels. The price of each soda pop
is $2.00 and the price of each pretzel is $5.00.
A. Fill in the missing total utility, marginal utility, and m
ES2550: Week 6
Calculating and Interpreting the Costs of Production
Calculating and Interpreting the Costs of Production
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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ES2550: Week 6
Calculating and Interpreting the Costs of Producti
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3/18/15
ES2550: Week 1 Analysis 2
The Opportunity Cost of Macroeconomic and Microeconomic Events
The Opportunity Cost of Macroeconomic and Microeconomic Events
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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3/1
ES2550: Week 3 Interpreting Demand and Supply
Task 1: Explanation and Analysis
The student will correctly identify changes in market conditions and their effect on equilibrium price and
quantity.
In the market for dental services, perform the following fo
ES2550: Week 7 Profit Maximization
Profit Maximization
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
Task 1: Consider the following table of costs for the Winsome Widget Factory, which operates in
a perfectly competitive market. The market
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3/27/15
ES2550: Week 2 Analysis 2
Demand and Supply Changes
Demand and Supply Changes
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
1. The price of oil increases because OPEC reduces oil production.
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3/27/15
ES
ES2550: Week 6 Diminishing Returns
Diminishing Returns
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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ES2550: Week 6 Diminishing Returns
Consider the values in the following table for the Winsome Widget Factory.
A. Fill in the formul
ES2550: Week 6
Calculating and Interpreting the Costs of Production
Part I. Consider the values in the following table for the Winsome Widget Factory.
a.
Fill in the formula for AFC, AVC, ATC, and MC at the top of the column in the gray section within
the
ES2550: Week 10 Finding the Optimal Amount of Labor
Consider the values in the following table for Terrells Televisions
A. Fill in the formula for MP, MRP, and Additional Profit at the top of the column in the gray
sections within the table.
B. Fill in th
ES2550: Week 6 Diminishing Returns
Consider the values in the following table for the Winsome Widget Factory.
A. Fill in the formula for MP and AP at the top of the column in the gray section within the
table.
B. Fill in the missing values for MP and AP i
ES2550: Week 8 Monopoly Versus Perfect Competition
Monopoly Versus Perfect Competition
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
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ES2550: Week 8 Monopoly Versus Perfect Competition
Based on the above graph, answer the following q
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4/11/15
ES2550: Project Part 1
Determine How Elasticity Affects the Governments Decision to Tax Certain
Goods
Determine How Elasticity Affects the Governments Decision to Tax Certain
Goods
Jonathon Myhre
ITT Technical Institute
FN2640: Fund
ES2550: Week 10 Finding the Optimal Amount of Labor
Consider the values in the following table for Terrells Televisions
A. Fill in the formula for MP, MRP, and Additional Profit at the top of the column in the gray
sections within the table.
B. Fill in th
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5/7/15
ES2550: Week 8 Analysis 2
Current Monopolies
Current Monopolies
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ITT Technical Institute
ES2550: Microeconomics
Jonathon Myhre
5/7/15
ES2550: Week 8 Analysis 2
Current Monopolies
Microsoft is one of the largest software
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WEEK1
Statement of changes in equity. This report documents all changes in equity during the reporting period.
These changes include the issuance or purchase of shares, dividends issued, and profits or loss
1
Solving Personnel Problems. Applying the Five Step Model.
Clinton Adams
HUM/115
6/30/2016
Sally Walters
2
Solving Personnel Problems. Applying the Five Step Model.
The Five Steps of Problem solving is very basic and known to be very important in making
ES2555
Analysis 3.1
Scenario 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
$30,000
$70,000
$30,000
$80,000
$110,000
-$10,000
Shut it down due to being able to make more money in her previous venture.
Scenario 2
1. $54,990
2. $52,740
Scenario 3
1. Marginal product of labor is th
ES2555
Analysis 2.3
1. Quantity, schedule, Individual curve, law of demand, change in quantity and
market demand
2. Chicken nuggets or fish sandwich
3. If you have 3 different options and one increases in price, then the demand for
the lesser two options
ES2555
Unit 2, Analysis 2.1
Notion of Opportunity Cost, Scarcity, Unemployment, and Inefficiency
1. In the graph, what do the five data points, a, b, c, d, and e illustrate?
The graph which is a production possibility frontier is illustrated by the curve.
ES2555
Analysis 2.2
1. D down, S down
2. D up, S up
3. D down, S up
4. D up, S up
5. D up, S up
6. D down, S up
7. D up, S down
8. D up, S down
9. D up, S up
10. D down, S down
11. D up, S up
12. D up, S down
13. D up, S down
14. D down, S up
15. D down,
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MACROECONMIC V1.0 ES2560
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ESSAY 2.1
MAR 21TH, 2016
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DEMAND:
Silver has a dual role as a monetary asset as well as an important industrial metal used
i