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Let L represent the number of workers hired by a firm, and let Q represent that firm's quantity of output. Assume two points on the firm's production function are (L = 12, Q = 122) and (L = 13, Q = 130). Then the marginal product of the 13th worker is
8 units of output.
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Refer to Figure 13-1. The graph illustrates a typical
production function.
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The following table shows the production costs for The Flying Elvis Copter Rides.

Refer to Table 13-7. What is the value of B?
100
question
If a firm uses labor to produce output, the firm's production function depicts the relationship between
the number of workers and the quantity of output.
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Refer to Table 13-1. What is total output when 1 worker is hired?
30
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Total revenue equals
PxQ
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The most likely explanation for economies of scale is
specialization of labor
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Suppose a certain firm is able to produce 125 units of output per day when 19 workers are hired. The firm is able to produce 137 units of output per day when 20 workers are hired, holding other inputs fixed. The marginal product of the 20th worker is
12 units of output
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Kate is a florist. Kate can arrange 20 bouquets per day. She is considering hiring her husband William to work for her. William can arrange 18 bouquets per day. What would be the total daily output of Kate's firm if she hired her husband?
38 bouquets
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Total cost is the
market value of the inputs a firm uses in production.
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A firm's opportunity costs of production are equal to its
explicit costs + implicit costs.
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Taylor sells 400 candy bars at \$0.50 each. Her total costs are \$125. Her profits are
\$75
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Suppose that a "doggie day care" firm uses only two inputs: hourly workers (labor) and a building (capital). In the short run, the firm most likely considers
labor to be variable and capital to be fixed.
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When a firm experiences constant returns to scale,
long-run average total cost is unchanged, even when output increases.
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If long-run average total cost decreases as the quantity of output increases, the firm is experiencing
economies of scale
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Suppose that for a particular business there are no implicit costs. Then
accounting profit will be the same as economic profit.
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Suppose that a firm's long-run average total costs of producing smart phones increases as it produces between 50,000 and 60,000 smart phones. For this range of output, the firm is experiencing
diseconomies of scale
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When a firm experiences diseconomies of scale,
long-run average total cost increases as output increases.
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question
Let L represent the number of workers hired by a firm, and let Q represent that firm's quantity of output. Assume two points on the firm's production function are (L = 12, Q = 122) and (L = 13, Q = 130). Then the marginal product of the 13th worker is
8 units of output.
question
Refer to Figure 13-1. The graph illustrates a typical
production function.
question
The following table shows the production costs for The Flying Elvis Copter Rides.

Refer to Table 13-7. What is the value of B?
100
question
If a firm uses labor to produce output, the firm's production function depicts the relationship between
the number of workers and the quantity of output.
question
Refer to Table 13-1. What is total output when 1 worker is hired?
30
question
Total revenue equals
PxQ
question
The most likely explanation for economies of scale is
specialization of labor
question
Suppose a certain firm is able to produce 125 units of output per day when 19 workers are hired. The firm is able to produce 137 units of output per day when 20 workers are hired, holding other inputs fixed. The marginal product of the 20th worker is
12 units of output
question
Kate is a florist. Kate can arrange 20 bouquets per day. She is considering hiring her husband William to work for her. William can arrange 18 bouquets per day. What would be the total daily output of Kate's firm if she hired her husband?
38 bouquets
question
Total cost is the
market value of the inputs a firm uses in production.
question
A firm's opportunity costs of production are equal to its
explicit costs + implicit costs.
question
Taylor sells 400 candy bars at \$0.50 each. Her total costs are \$125. Her profits are
\$75
question
Suppose that a "doggie day care" firm uses only two inputs: hourly workers (labor) and a building (capital). In the short run, the firm most likely considers
labor to be variable and capital to be fixed.
question
When a firm experiences constant returns to scale,
long-run average total cost is unchanged, even when output increases.
question
If long-run average total cost decreases as the quantity of output increases, the firm is experiencing
economies of scale
question
Suppose that for a particular business there are no implicit costs. Then
accounting profit will be the same as economic profit.
question
Suppose that a firm's long-run average total costs of producing smart phones increases as it produces between 50,000 and 60,000 smart phones. For this range of output, the firm is experiencing
diseconomies of scale
question
When a firm experiences diseconomies of scale,
long-run average total cost increases as output increases.

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