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theopenstudyowl

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Economics help!

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  1. SanjanaP
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    Sure..what is is?

  2. geerky42
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    @theopenstudyowl OpenStudy are back!

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    Unfortunately, there are no QH's on at the moment :/

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    Post your question and lets see if any of us can help you until one does come on :)

  5. theopenstudyowl
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    In Zagora, a fictitious nation, a worker can produce either 5 books or 10 gadgets in an hour. In Plovdiv, another fictitious nation, a worker can produce either 3 books or 5 gadgets in an hour. The opportunity cost of 1 gadget is: 2.00 books in Zagora and 1.67 books in Plovdiv. 1.67 books in Zagora and 2.00 books in Plovdiv. 0.50 books in Zagora and 0.60 books in Plovdiv. 2.00 books in Zagora and 0.60 books in Plovdiv. None of the above

  6. theopenstudyowl
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    @SanjanaP

  7. SanjanaP
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    I LOVE THESE KIN OF QUESTIONS!!

  8. TheSmartOne
    • one year ago
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    @death_lover How so? Please explain. We don't need random guesses.

  9. theopenstudyowl
    • one year ago
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    yes plz explain! ty!

  10. SanjanaP
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    |dw:1433952799095:dw|

  11. SanjanaP
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    Organize first

  12. SanjanaP
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    That is Absolute Advantage stuff

  13. anonymous
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    EVERONE START GIVING @SanjanaP MEDALS!!!! cuz i did .3.

  14. SanjanaP
    • one year ago
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    Here is comaparative advantage |dw:1433952987901:dw|

  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Choose the best description for the real number square root of 35. Irrational, because it is not a terminating or repeating decimal Irrational, because it is a repeating decimal Rational, because it is not a terminating or repeating decimal Rational, because it is a repeating decimal

  16. SanjanaP
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    Now oppurtunity cost o C= answer choice C

  17. SanjanaP
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    ANSWER CHOIC E C

  18. SanjanaP
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    Anyone want me to explain?

  19. theopenstudyowl
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    yes!

  20. SanjanaP
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    ok so that wa y I do oppurtunity cost is organizing into table..like the ones above

  21. SanjanaP
    • one year ago
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    First one was just basic and the second one is called comparitive advantage...for that I put 10 over 5 and to get comparitive advantage of books and 5 over 10 to get comparitive adgvantage of gadgets.

  22. SanjanaP
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    same for plovdic

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