The recent average starting salary for new college graduates in Economics is $47500. Assume salaries are normally distributed with a standard deviation of $4,500. a)What is the probabilty of a new graduate receiving a salary between $45,000 and $50..

The mean gross annual incomes of certified welders are normally distributed with the mean of $23,577 and a standard deviation of $2,358. The ship building association wishes to find out whether their welders earn more or less than $23,577 annually..

Where Q measures the number of units of the public good and P is the price in dollars. The marginal cost of providing the public good is $180. a) What is the economically efficient level of production (Q*) of the good? b) Illustrate your answer on ..

a. Fill in the column of marginal products. What patent do you see? How might you explain it? b. A worker costs $100 that day, and the firm has fixed cost of $200. Use this information to fill in the column the total cost. c. Fill in the column for a..

find the diagonal and offdiagonal elements of b 2 find the transpose b' 3 show that the transpose of b' equal b that is (b')'=b

Five annual deposits in the amounts of ($1,200, $1,000, $800, $600, and $400) are made into a fund that pays interest at a rate of 9% compounded annually. Determine the amount in the fund immediately after the 5th deposit

Determine the current amount of money that must be invested at 12% nominal interest, compounded monthly, to provide an annuity $10,000 (per year) for 6 years, starting 12 years from now. The interest rate remains constant over the entire period of..

Find the marginal utitlity for each chicken piece. What is the meaning of the marginal utitilty of the 11th piece? If the price of chicken pieces is $1.25 each, how many will you buy? If the price falls to $0.50, how many will you buy? Explain carefu..

Suppose that the inverse demand function for renting a beachfront property in Ocean City, New Jersey, during the first weel of August is p=1,000  Q + Y/20, where Y is the median annual income of the people involved in this market, Q is quantity,..

Wilpen Corporation, a pricesetting company, manufactures nearly 80% of all tennis balls purchased in the United States.

Like Physical capital, human capital produced in the present can be applied to the production of future goods and services. consider the table in Problem, 211, and suppose that the nation's residents are trying to choose between combination C and..

Tina hires Jeff to do odd jobs around her home and agrees to pay him $5 per hour. Tina further agrees to guarantee Jeff at least 40 hours of work per week, and to pay him 1.5 times his base pay for any hours worked beyond 40. If Jeff works 45 hour..
