The principal at your nephew's school has been very impressed with the kid's understanding of economic concepts. She has asked that you come speak to the entire school.
1. Give two everyday examples for the law of diminishing product. Please try to think of something creative that we have not heard about yet.
2. You own a business. Tell us about your business and tell us about two things you are considering changing in the short-run and two things that you are considering changing in the long-run.
3. Think of your household budget. Give an example of a fixed cost, a variable cost and a marginal cost in your household.
To answer this question you must demonstrate your understanding of the following economic terms:
- law of diminishing product
- fixed cost
- variable cost
- marginal cost
1. The law of diminishing product states that adding more units of one factor of production will eventually result in lower returns per unit. For example, two carpenters might be able to build a house twice as fast as one carpenter, but one hundred carpenters will not be able to build it one hundred times as fast. They will get in each others' way or have to wait their turn to use a limited supply of tools.
To answer this question you must think of a kind of production, identify the factors of production, and then imagine what will happen if you continually increase one of the factors. For ...
This solution gives sample answers to 3 common questions found on Microeconomics exams. The concepts covered are:
1. The Law of Diminishing Marginal Product
2. Short run vs. long run
3. Fixed costs vs. variable costs
All three answers give detailed examples.
Economics Concepts - Production and Cost
Write a 2 page paper, with a reference page that addresses the following:
Explain the production function and discuss why it is important.
Explain diminishing returns to an input and give an example.
Discuss why a firm's cost curve might be different in the short-run versus the long-run.
APA format Times Roman 12
Due on Tuesday January 21 by 5:00 pm central time.
The ebook I am trying to upload is Microecomoics, chpter 11 Behind the Supply Curve:
Inputs and Costs but I do have the powepoint that he used for the seminar, I do no think that would be much help.