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    2 economics problems with multiple parts

    3. Demonstrate, using supply and demand analysis, the effect on the equilibrium price and quantity of new hybrid automobiles when the following occurs. Using graphs similar to the notes in Week One, describe the change in the equilibrium price and quantity, and explain your answer. Is the equilibrium price higher or lower, or is

    Monopolist of Marginal Costs

    Marginal cost is constant at $50 in both east and west markets. Demand and Marginal revenue are the same: Qe=900-2Pe MRe=450-Qe Qw=700-Pw MRw=700-2Qw a. What is the profit maximum price and quantity for each market b. Which market is more elastic

    Finding Market Equilibrium Price and Quantity

    A firm has a demand function: Q= 30- 0.2P and a supply function Q = -30 + 0.4P a. Find the market equilibrium price (P) and quantity (Q). b. Using a graph to discuss the impacts on the market equilibrium price (P) and quantity (Q) of an increase in consumer income. Assume the product is normal good.

    Demand of labor

    Why is the demand of labor a derived demand? Explain the shape of the supply of labor curve. What is the relationship between productivity and the wages earned by an employee? What are some factors that determine the level of your income?

    Determining equilibrium price and quantity

    Two companies (A and B) are duopolists that produce identical products. Demand for the products is given by the following demand function: P = 10,000-QA-QB Where QA and QB are the quantities sold by the respective firms and P is the selling price. Total cost functions for the two companies are:

    Evaluate the Success of the Cash for Clunkers Car Program

    Evaluate the success of the Cash for Clunkers car program by the Government. Did the program succeed in establishing lasting renewed demand for new cars? Did the Obama Administration overstep its bounds by creating artificial demand for new cars?

    1- Office building maintenance plans call for the stripping, waxing, and buffing of ceramic floor tiles. This work is contracted out to maintenance firms, and both technology and labor requirements are very basic. Supply and demand conditions in this perfectly competitive service market in New York are: Supply: Qs = 2P - 20 Demand: Qd = 80 - 2P Where Qs and Qd are measured in thousands of hours of floor reconditioning per month, and P is the price per hour. A. Algebraically determine the market equilibrium price and equilibrium output combination. B. Use a graph to confirm your answer using Excel. Helpful Directions for drawing S and D graphs: To draw the supply and demand graphs in Excel, I suggest you create a table with 3 columns in Excel by following these basic steps: I-Label the columns in your table as: Price, Qd, Qs For the price column: II-Fill in the price column with prices 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 III-Calculate Qd column by substituting the prices in Qd equation given above. IV-Calculate Qs column by substituting the prices in Qs equation given above. V- Highlight the table including the labels and click on the Chart Wizard in Excel to draw the graph. 2. The figure below shows a firm in a perfectly competitive market: a. Find the price below which the firm will go out of business. b. What is the firmâ??s long run supply curve?

    1- Office building maintenance plans call for the stripping, waxing, and buffing of ceramic floor tiles. This work is contracted out to maintenance firms, and both technology and labor requirements are very basic. Supply and demand conditions in this perfectly competitive service market in New York are: Supply: Qs = 2P

    Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition

    Supply and demand conditions in this competitive service market in New York are: QS = 2P â?" 20 (Supply) QD = 80 - 2P (Demand) Where Q is thousands of hours of floor reconditioning per month, and P is the price per hour. A. Algebraically determine t

    Mergers among brokerage houses during the dot-com era

    During the dot-com era, mergers among some brokerage houses resulted in the acquiring firm paying a premium on the order of $100 for each of the acquired firmâ??s customers. Is there a business rationale for such a strategy? Do you think these circumstances are met in the brokerage business? Explain

    Price Elasticity

    If the price elasticity of demand for movies by teenagers is 0.2 and that by adults is 2.0, then what policy would the theatre implement to increase total revenue? Make up data to illustrate your answer.

    Professional Sport Players - Supply, Demand & Equilibrium

    Professional Sport players generally are paid much more than farmers, factory workers, engineers, and teachers. The markets for the professional sports players, farmers, factory workers, engineers and teachers are generally competitive markets. Even among professional sport players, the salaries for players in some sport

    Individual Demand Curve

    I've already done most of this problem and need help with one small part. Here's the problem: Elizabeth makes $200 a week and spends her entire income on shoes and jeans. She also insists that for every pair of jeans she buys, she must also buy a pair of shoes (without the shoes the jeans are worthless). Therefore she bu

    Demand function

    Given the following demand function: Q = 2.0 P-1.33 Y2.0 A0.50 Where Q = quantity demanded (thousands of units) P = price ($/unit) Y = disposable income per capita ($ thousand) A = advertising expenditures ($ thousand) Determine the following when P = $2/unit, Y = $8 (i.e., $8000), and A = $25 (i.e., $25,000) (a) Pri

    Point price elasticity of demand

    The British Automobile Company is introducing a brand new model called the "London Special." Using the latest forecasting techniques, BAC economists have developed the following demand function for the "London Special": QD = 1,200,000 - 40P What is the point price elasticity of demand at prices of: (a) $8,000

    Relationship between Advertising and Demand

    Consider two firms X and Y that produce identically tasting cold drinks. In order to increase the demand for its cold drink, firm X increase its advertisement outlay. However the advertising doesn't increase its demand in the long run. Explain why this must be the case.

    Monopolistic Competitive Firm

    Rerfer to: the graph . The short-run equilibrium price for the monopolistically competitive firm represented in the above $.60. $.85. $.95. $1.00. Question 2 Refer to the graph depicting a monopolistically competitive firm. According to the graph, economic profit is currently: impossible to determine. positive.

    Finding Equilibrium Price and Output

    Question: Consider a competitive market served by many domestic and foreign firms. The domestic demand for these firm's product is Qd=500-1.5P. The supply function of the domestic firms is Qsd=50+.5P, while that of the foreign firms is Qsf=250. A) Determine the equilibrium price and quantity under free trade. B) Determine th

    Demand Curve and Equilibrium Price

    If the demand curve for wheat in the Untied States is P=12.4-Qd where P is the farm price of wheat (in dollars per bushel) and Qd is the quantity of wheat demanded ( in billions of bushels), and the supply curve for wheat in the United States is P= -2.6 + 2Qs where Qs is the quantity of wheat supplied ( in billions of bushels),

    Equilibrium Price and Market Demand of Frozen Yogurt

    The Market Demand for Joy's Frozen Yogurt is given as: Qd=-100P+1.5Phd-5Psd+20A+15Pop Where Qd= Annual demand for frozen yogurt Phd= Price of hot dogs Psd= Price of soft drinks A= Advertising expenditures Pop= Percentage of the population Considering the demand equation of QD=-100p+700,and assuming that the

    Demand Equation for Joe's Frozen Yoghurt

    The Market Demand for Joy's Frozen Yogurt is given as: Qd=-100P+1.5Phd-5Psd+20A+15Pop Where Qd= Annual demand for frozen yogurt Phd= Price of hot dogs Psd= Price of soft drinks A= Advertising expenditures Pop= Percentage of the population If Phd = 100, Psd = 75, A = 20, Pop = 35 How do you come up with the dem

    Price elasticity of demand

    In an article about the financial problems of USA Today, Newsweek reported that the paper was losing about $20 million a year. A Wall Street analyst said that the paper should raise its price from 50 cents to 75 cents, which he estimated would bring in an additional $65 million a year. The paper's publisher rejected the idea, sa

    Supply and demand

    Video Concepts, Inc. (VCD) manufactures a line of DVD records (DVDs) that are distributed to large retailers. The line consists of three models of DVDs. The following data are available regarding the models: DVD Selling Price Variable Cost Demand/Year Model Per unit Per unit (units) Model LX1

    Compute the Price of Elasticity Demand for Paint

    Length: 2-3-page Word document You are a painter, and the price of a gallon of paint increases from $3.00 a gallon to $3.50 a gallon. Your usage of paint drops from 35 gallons a month to 20 gallons a month. Perform the following: 1. Compute the price elasticity of demand for paint and show your calculations. 2. Decide w

    Determining the Price Elasticity

    Question: You are a painter, and the price of a gallon of paint increases from $3.00 a gallon to $3.50 a gallon. Your usage of paint drops from 35 gallons a month to 20 gallons a month. Perform the following: - Compute the price elasticity of demand for paint and show your calculations. - Decide whether the demand for paint

    Demand

    Suppose that during a given year: (1) the price of TV sets increases by 4 percent in Japan, (2) the dollar depreciates by 5 percent with respect to the yen (the Japanese currency), (3) consumer incomes in the United States increase by 3 percent, (4) the price elasticity of demand for imported TV sets in the United States is 1.5,