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## Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns?

I want a graph for question number one and three
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks)[Ch. 2
Hours
Productivity (Exam’s Score)

1
30

2
15

3
7,5

4
3,75

5
1,875

Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change

100
112
12%

50
54.0
8%

10
12.5
25%

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## Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns?

I want a graph for question number one and three
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks)[Ch. 2
Hours
Productivity (Exam’s Score)

1
30

2
15

3
7,5

4
3,75

5
1,875

Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change

100
112
12%

50
54.0
8%

10
12.5
25%

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## Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price?

My order:
1- No theft, no match please.
2-You can find the instructions inside the document
3- Please write a paper in the document
4- Write a report on whatever you use to research and what you write in a different document because we will discuss it separately in class
Write at least 4 references using the APA style.
NB:
Put the in-text quote in each.
Q2. Maps are a good non-economic example of using assumptions to make things simpler. Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?
(2 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks) [Ch. 2]

Q5. If the demand and supply curves for boxes are:D = 100 – 8P and S = 22 + 4P, where P is the price of boxes.
Does the law of supply apply for the market of boxes? Why? (3 Marks)
Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price? (2 Marks)
[Ch. 3
“Note in Q2-You have to give some suggestions or assumptions from your own.”

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## Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns?

My order:
1- No plagiarism, no match please.
2-You can find the instructions inside the doc
3- Please write a paper in the document
4- Write a report on whatever you use to research and what you write in a different document because we will discuss it separately in class
Write at least 5- references using the APA style.
Noticeable:
Put the in-text quote in each.
Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change

100
112

50
54.0

10
12.5

Q2. Maps are a good non-economic example of using assumptions to make things simpler. Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?
(2 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q4. If the florist below shows the marginal benefit that a florist earns from keeping his store open one more hour. The florist has a marginal cost of &70 per hour. For the last five weeks he has stayed open 24 hours.
Hours
Marginal Benefit per Hour

18
100

19
80

20
70

21
60

22
30

23
20

24
10

a. Do you think the florist’s decision to stay open 24 hours is optimal? Why?
(1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
b. How many hours do you advise him to stay open? Why? (1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]

Q5. If the demand and supply curves for boxes are: D = 100 – 8P and S = 22 + 4P, where P is the price of boxes.
Does the law of supply apply for the market of boxes? Why? (3 Marks)
Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price? (2 Marks)
[Ch. 3]

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## Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns?

My order:
1- No plagiarism, no match please.
2-You can find the instructions inside the doc
3- Please write a paper in the document
4- Write a report on whatever you use to research and what you write in a different document because we will discuss it separately in class
Write at least 5- references using the APA style.
Noticeable:
Put the in-text quote in each.
Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change

100
112

50
54.0

10
12.5

Q2. Maps are a good non-economic example of using assumptions to make things simpler. Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?
(2 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q4. If the florist below shows the marginal benefit that a florist earns from keeping his store open one more hour. The florist has a marginal cost of &70 per hour. For the last five weeks he has stayed open 24 hours.
Hours
Marginal Benefit per Hour

18
100

19
80

20
70

21
60

22
30

23
20

24
10

a. Do you think the florist’s decision to stay open 24 hours is optimal? Why?
(1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
b. How many hours do you advise him to stay open? Why? (1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q5. If the demand and supply curves for boxes are:D = 100 – 8P and S = 22 + 4P, where P is the price of boxes.
Does the law of supply apply for the market of boxes? Why? (3 Marks)
Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price? (2 Marks)
[Ch. 3]

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## What factors influence the demand for this product?

or the term paper, you are required to pick a current economic topic that relates to the material we have covered or will cover in this course. You will research and find an article that covers the topic you have chosen. You can use an article online or offline from any reputable source. You will write up a review of the article and integrate course concepts into your review. Please make sure you both summarize the article and discuss how it relates to the course.
Complete this essay in a Microsoft Word document in APA format. Your work will automatically be submitted to Turnitin for plagiarism review. Please note that a minimum of 1500 words for your essay is required.
Now you are required to pick a product or service you use in your everyday life and describe the market for this product. Please make sure to address the following questions:
1. What factors influence the demand for this product? What factors influence the supply of this product?
2.How have these changes in supply and demand affected the equilibrium price of this product?
3.Do you anticipate any changes to the demand and/or supply of this product in the near future? If so, what is driving these changes?
TOPICS COVERED: ECOMINIC THEORY, DEMAND SUPPLY MARKET EQUILLIBRIUM, ELASTICITY, CONSUMER CHOICE, BUSINESSES AND THIER COST, AND PURE COMPETITION AND MONOPOLY

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## Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?

This assignment is an individual assignment.
The due date for Assignment 1 is by the end of Week 3 (23/7/2022).
The Assignment must be submitted only in WORD format via the allocated folder.
Assignments submitted through email will not be accepted.
Students are advised to make their work clear and well presented. This also includes filling in your information on the cover page.
Students must mention question numbers clearly in their answers.
Late submitted assignments will NOT be entertained.
Avoid plagiarism; the work should be in your own words; copying from students or other resources without proper referencing will result in ZERO marks. No exceptions.
All answers must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

Submissions without this cover page will NOT be accepted.
Assignment Questions:(Marks: 15)
Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change

100
112

50
54.0

10
12.5

Q2. Maps are a good non-economic example of using assumptions to make things simpler. Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?
(2 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q4. If the florist below shows the marginal benefit that a florist earns from keeping his store open one more hour. The florist has a marginal cost of &70 per hour. For the last five weeks he has stayed open 24 hours.
Hours
Marginal Benefit per Hour

18
100

19
80

20
70

21
60

22
30

23
20

24
10

a. Do you think the florist’s decision to stay open 24 hours is optimal? Why?
(1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
b. How many hours do you advise him to stay open? Why? (1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]

Q5. If the demand and supply curves for boxes are: D = 100 – 8P and S = 22 + 4P, where P is the price of boxes.
Does the law of supply apply for the market of boxes? Why? (3 Marks)
Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price? (2 Marks)
[Ch. 3]
note for question 2 question number 2 is not completed, to complete the question there are options as follows :
A- the earth is flat
C- directions , such as north and south , cannot be determined
E- A and B are both correct
Note: I need to focus on the answers differentiation for me and others, so my answers will not be similar than the others to avoid the rule violation of my college’s system.

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## Noting the problems you presented above, what solutions do you have to help protect society?

Part II – (this requires you to offer a creative alternate solution to the consequence you described above)
Now put yourself in the role of a social advocate. Noting the problems you presented above, what solutions do you have to help protect society? Offer an alternative solution that addresses the issues you noted in the rough draft and avoids the problems you noted above. Be creative, you are not limited to possible government interventions but should also consider potential interventions from other groups in society.

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## Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?

Q1. Compute the percentage changes for the following (enter your responses as integers):
(3 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Initial Value
New Value
Percentage Change
100
112
50
54.0
10
12.5
Q2. Maps are a good non-economic example of using assumptions to make things simpler. Which of the following are assumptions used to make maps useful?
(2 Marks) [Ch. 1]
Q3. Consider a student studying for a biology exam. Would you expect study time to be subject to diminishing returns? Suppose productivity is measured as the anticipated increase in the exam score. Construct a numerical example in which the first hour is twice as productive as the second hour, which is twice as productive as the third hour, and so on up to five hours of study. (2 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q4. If the florist below shows the marginal benefit that a florist earns from keeping his store open one more hour. The florist has a marginal cost of &70 per hour. For the last five weeks he has stayed open 24 hours.
Hours
Marginal Benefit per Hour
18
100
19
80
20
70
21
60
22
30
23
20
24
10
a. Do you think the florist’s decision to stay open 24 hours is optimal? Why?
(1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
b. How many hours do you advise him to stay open? Why? (1.5 Marks) [Ch. 2]
Q5. If the demand and supply curves for boxes are: D = 100 – 8P and S = 22 + 4P, where P is the price of boxes.
a. Does the law of supply apply for the market of boxes? Why? (3 Marks)
b. Calculate the equilibrium quantity and price? (2 Marks)
[Ch. 3]