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# which of these occurs when employees are allowed to use only a few of their skills and abilities, even though they are required to make heavy use of them?

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The market price of cheeseburgers in a college town increased recently, and the students in an economics class are debating the cause of the price increase. some students suggest that the price increased because the price of beef, an important ingredient for making cheeseburgers, has increased. other students attribute the increase in the price of cheeseburgers to a recent increase in college student enrollment.1. the first group of students thinks the increase in the price of cheeseburgers is due to the fact that the price of beef, an important ingredient for making cheeseburgers, has increased. (what happened to demand and supply, shift to the right or left)2. the second group of students attributes the increase in the price of cheeseburgers to the increase in college student enrollment. (what happens to demand and supply, shift to the right or left)3. suppose that both of the events you analyzed above are partly responsible for the increase in the price of cheeseburgers. based on your analysis of the explanations offered by the two groups of students, how would you figure out which of the possible causes was the dominant cause of the increase in the price of cheeseburgers? (choose a, b, c, or d)a)if the price increase was small, then the supply shift in the market for cheeseburgers must have been larger than the demand shift. b)if the equilibrium quantity of cheeseburgers decreases, then the demand shift in the market for cheeseburgers must have been larger than the supply shift. c)if the equilibrium quantity of cheeseburgers decreases, then the supply shift in the market for cheeseburgers must have been larger than the demand shift. d)whichever change occurred first must have been the primary cause of the change in the price of cheeseburgers.
Suppose a firm faces a fixed price of output, 푝푝= 1200. the firm hires workers from a union at a daily wage, 푤푤, to produce output according to the production function 푞푞= 2퐸퐸12. there are 225 workers in the union. any union worker who does not work for this firm is guaranteed to find nonunion employment at a wage of \$96 per day. a. what is the firm’s labor demand function? b. if the firm is allowed to choose 푤푤, but then the union decides how many workers to provide (up to 225) at that wage, what wage will the firm set? how many workers will the union provide? what is the firm’s output and profit? what is the total income of the 225 union workers? c. now suppose that the union sets the wage, but the firm decides how many workers to hire at that wage (up to 225). what wage will the union set to maximize the total income of all 225 workers? how many workers will the firm hire? what is the firm’s output and profit? what is the total income of the 225 union workers? [hint: to maximize total income of union, take the first order condition with respect to w and set equal to 0.]
The following information is for alex corp: product x: revenue \$12.00 variable cost \$4.50 product y: revenue \$44.50 variable cost \$9.50 total fixed costs \$75,000 what is the breakeven point assuming the sales mix consists of two units of product x and one unit of product y?
Using the smith's bbq report, the cost of wine for next week will increase by 2% from the current week. if all other cost of sales stays constant, what will be the approximate total cost of sales for next week?
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