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### Question #2009707: Other Economics Problems

Question: Consider three subsets of countries: Western Europe, Asia, and Africa. Calculate the minimum and maximum level of income per capita for countries in each of these groups in 1960…

### Question #2010156: Elasticity Theory

Question: A discriminating monopolist sells in two markets where the demand respectively is Q1 =24-0.20P1, Q2 =10-0.05P2 and total cost is C=35+40Q where Q=Q1 +Q2 (a) Determine the quantity sold…

### Question #2010530: Other Economics Problems

Question: You are a pricing analyst for Quant Crunch Corporation, a company that recently spent $10,000 to develop a statistical software package. To date, you only have one client. A…

### Question #2010774: Other Economics Problems

Question: Consider the market for two goods that are substitutes, such as pens and pencils. If a technological breakthrough reduced the cost of producing pens: (a) What would happen to…

### Question #2011572: Other Economics Problems

Question: Looking only at these three values, what is your opinion of how well this person represents the average 1998 U.S. citizen? Be sure to discuss the values for each…

### Question #2012232: Other Economics Problems

Question: Given the utility function , where>0, prove that the indifference curves are convex towards the origin. Solution: The solution consists of 92 words (1 page)Deliverables: Word Document

### Question #2012606: Other Economics Problems

Question: Suppose that the production function for a commodity is given by Q = 10 √LK Where Q is the quantity of output, L is the quantity of labor, and…

### Question #2012629: Other Economics Problems

Question: What happens to the dollar price that a U.S. (a) importer pays (b) exporter receives if prices are agreed in euros and the dollar then appreciates by 10 percent…

### Question #2012758: Monopoly, Oligopoly, Monopolistic Competition

Question: Suppose you are a monopolist operating two plants at different locations. Both plants produce the same product; is the quantity produced at plant 1, and is the quantity produced…