Q=6L^2R^2-.10L^3R^3 L= Labor Q = Output R=10 find Mpl find the number of units of inputs (L) that maex total product function given r = 10 as well as Q find L and Q that maximizes MPL
2. Smokey's Garage, Inc., provides routine auto diagnostics for customers in the Atlanta, Georgia, metropolitan area. Tests are supervised by skilled mechanics using equipment produced by two leading competitors in the auto test equipment industry. Records for the current year show an average of 4 tests per hour performed on
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Please see problem attached. Maxwell Company manufactures and sells a single product. The following costs were incurred during the company's first year of operations: Variable costs per unit: Manufacturing: Direct materials $ 20 Direct labor $ 7 Variable manufacturing overhead $ 2 Variable selling and administrati
I need help for those exercises, # 1 , # 2 and # 3Managerial Economics I am using Economics for managers BOOK: ECO 550 STRAYER UNIVERSITY 2008 CUSTOM EDITION; ECONOMICS for MANAGERS: ISBN- 13: 978-0-558-03749-9
A multiconcept restaurant incorporates two or more restaurants, typically chains, under one roof. Sharing facilities reduces costs of both real estate and labor. The multiconcept restaurants typically offer a limited menu, compared with full-sized, stand-alone restaurants. For example, KMAC operates a combination Kentucky Fri
A) Prepare a condensed cost of goods manufacturing schedule b) prepare an income statement c) prepare the balance sheet of the manufacturing inventories
1) FILL IN THE HIGHLIGHTED BOXES WORKERS WAGE RATE TOTAL LABOR COST MARGINAL FACTOR COST 1 $ 12.00 $ 12.00 2 $ 12.10 $ 24.20 3 $ 12.20 4 $ 12.60 3) Using the f
Please give me data to show how the increase in Hispanics and increase in Baby boomers (people age 65 and older) affect the Workforce and the US economy? The increase of Hispanics in the labor force obviously, but need data showing what it means? How much of and increase in the labor force? etc. Same with the babyboomers. Ple
Fill in the blanks in table given below. Labour Total Product Average Product Marginal Product 1 20 - 2 30 3 66 4
If the minimum wage is set above the equilibrium wage, does this create a shortage or a surplus of labor, or does it create a lower wage rate for skilled workers than for unskilled workers?
What do you think are three main national competitive advantages that U.S. firms have over other firms from other countries?
B3 Company is a manufacturing firm that uses job-order costing. The company applies overhead to jobs using a predetermined overhead rate based on machine-hours. At the beginning of the year, the company estimated that it would work 24,000 machine-hours and incur $216,000 in manufacturing overhead cost. During the year, manufact
A construction manager earning $70,000 per year working for a regional home builder decided to open his own home building company. He took $100,000 out of one of his investment accounts that had been earning 6% a year and used that money to start up the business. He worked hard the first year, hiring one employee (his only sal
# of workers Output 0 0 1 25 2 100 3 200 4 400 5 800 6 1000 7 1100 8 800 9 700 10 500 Find the marginal product of labor of the 5th worker. At which worker does
The equation describing the sales trend of the Chemical Company is St=21.3+1.3t, where St is the sales (in millions of dollars per month) of the firm and t is time measured in months from January 1995. The firm's seasonal index of sales is: Jan 103 May 101 Sept 121 Feb 80 June 104 Oct 101
A US manufacturing company operating a subsidiary in an LDC (Less Developed Country) shows the following results
(Prob. 2: Productivity) A US manufacturing company operating a subsidiary in an LDC (Less Developed Country) shows the following results: US LDC Sales (units) 100,000 20,000 Labor (hrs.) 20,000 15,000 Raw Mat'l (currency) $20,000 FC 20,000 C
Please read the problem below and respond to (a) and (b) illustrating the work of how the answer was derived. David Upton is president of Upton Manufacturing, a producer of Go-Kart tires. Upton makes 1,000 tires per day with the following resources: Labor: 520 hours at $13 per hour Solvent: 100 gallons at $5 per gall
For the problem below, please show the productivity change for each category and then determine the improvement for labor-hours, the typical standard for comparison. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Eric Johnson makes billiard balls in his New England Plant. With recent increases in
During the economic expansion of the late 1990's, wages increased significantly for all types of workers.
During the economic expansion of the late 1990's, wages increased significantly for all types of workers. One possible explanation for this (other than favorable economic conditions which have increased the demand for labor) is that the productivity of labor has increased more rapidly over this time period. How is the productivi
Please see the attached file. The following calendar year information about the Tahoma Corporation is available on December 31: The company applies overhead on the basis of 125% of direct labor costs. Calculate the amount of over- or underapplied overhead. Factory overhead costs: Problem # 2 A company uses a proc
Importance of Manufacturing Overhead Allocation The percentages of product costs comprised by direct materials, direct labor, and manufacturing overhead for three companies are as follows: Company A Company B Company C Direct materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7% 21% 42% Direct labor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Costing In the text you used accounting data on DuPont's Kevlar product line to determine the total manufacturing cost to produce a pound of Kevlar. Similar data on DuPont's Teflon product line are provided below. Direct materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60.0
Here is the question (please show me the process how you get the answer): a. In England each unit of wine requires eight hours of labor in its production and each unit of cloth requires four hours. The autarkic price of wine in terms of cloth in England is: i. Two units of cloth. ii. Two units of wine. iii. One unit of clo
Suppose that the country experiences an increase in its capital stock. How would the edgeworth box change? How would the production possibilities frontier change as a result? Could the could coutry now obligate more of both goods than before the increase in capital stock or more of only the capital intensive good. Explain.
Firm A plans to produce 500 units per day of good X. The firm can choose either of the following two input combination t produce 500 units per day. Process 1 Process 2 Labor 8 12 Capital 14 7 To obtain the services of labor and capital for a day, f
A producer is hiring 20 units of labor and 6 units of capital (bundle A). The price of labor is $10, the price of capital is $2, and at A, the marginal products of labor and capital are both equal to 20. In equilibrium: a. MPL = MPK b. MPK will be more than 20 c. MPK will be less than 20 d. MPL will be 5 times MPK e. None o
Fluffy's Cat Farms A Delaware Company Pro-forma and Actual Results (Income Statement) As of December 31 of the year indicated. 2005 (Actual) 2006 (Pro-Forma) Sales 100 250 Cost of Goods Sold 50 100 Gross Margin 50 150 Rent and Utilities 10 20 Selling General and Admin 20 50 Total Operating Expenses 30 70 Depreciat
I understand the definition of a reservation wage, but I am not sure how to essentially compute it. Here is a typical question I have come across: John's utility function is U(C, L) = C*L Where C is Consumption, and L is Leisure. The most Leisure John can get in a week is 168 hours. Regardless how many hours a week John w
What do you think is the key to success in the soft drink industry? What chance do you think a company in another industry has in succeeding in its new venture into the soft-drink market?