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8. In 1900, the magnetic bearing of a line was N 52° 30 E and the magnetic declination was 6° 20’E..

8. In 1900, the magnetic bearing of a line was N 52° 30 E and the magnetic declination was 6° 20’E. In 2019, the magnetic declination at this location is 3° 15′ W. What is the present magnetic bearing? A. N55° 35’E B. N49o 25′ C. N620 0S’E D. N42° 55’E E. None of the above

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Mimi wants to support her son Jeff if he looks for work but not otherwise. Jeff wants to try to find

Mimi wants to support her son Jeff if he looks for work but not otherwise. Jeff wants to try to find a job only if Mimi will not support his life of indolence. Their payoff matrix is If Jeff and Mimi choose actions simultaneously, what are the pure- or mixedstrategy equilibria?

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By spending $1,300 extra on a new car, you forgo $1,300 of other goods. With a new car, your…

By spending $1,300 extra on a new car, you forgo $1,300 of other goods. With a new car, your emissions fall from 354 grams to 250 grams, a reduction of 104 grams. The opportunity cost of a 1-gram reduction in emissions is $1,300 of other goods divided by 104 grams, or $12.50 of other goods.

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Steel output set for historic drop Steel producers expect to cut output by 10 percent in response to

Steel output set for historic drop Steel producers expect to cut output by 10 percent in response to cancelled orders from construction companies and car and appliance producers. Explain how the cancellation of orders change the market for steel. What happens to the equilibrium price of steel?

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1. Table 1 shows an economy that produces education services and consumption goods. If the economy..

1. Table 1 shows an economy that produces education services and consumption goods. If the economy currently produces 500 graduates a year and 2,000 units of consumption goods, what is the opportunity cost of one additional graduate? 2. How does an economy grow? Explain why economic growth is not free.

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A fall in the corn harvest will decrease the supply of corn and shift the supply curve of corn…

A fall in the corn harvest will decrease the supply of corn and shift the supply curve of corn leftward. The increase in the demand for corn will shift the demand curve rightward. The price of corn will rise. The higher price of corn will decrease the supply of food made from corn and raise the price of this food.

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Hugo has a concave utility function of U(W) = W 0.5 . His only asset is shares in an Internet…

Hugo has a concave utility function of U(W) = W 0.5. His only asset is shares in an Internet start-up company. Tomorrow he will learn the stock’s value. He believes that it is worth $144 with probability 2/3 and $225 with probability 1 3. What is his expected utility? What risk premium would he pay to avoid bearing this risk?

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