MATH 111 Week 1 Quiz | Assignment Help | University of Washington
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Question 1
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Question 2
The graph below shows the weight of two Chihuahua puppies for the ten
weeks following their birth.
Let A(t) represent the weight of puppy A at
time t weeks and B(t) represent the weight of
puppy B at time t weeks.
Which of the following are equivalent to the incremental rate of change
of Puppy A's weight during the h-week period starting at
time 7?
Question 3
The graph below shows the weight of two Chihuahua puppies for the ten
weeks following their birth.
Let A(t) represent
the weight of puppy A at time t weeks
and B(t) represent the weight of puppy B at
time t weeks.
Which of the following are equivalent to
Question 4
The graph below shows the weight of two Chihuahua puppies for the
ten weeks following their birth.
Let A(t) represent the weight of puppy A at
time t weeks and B(t) represent the
weight of puppy B at time t weeks.
Which of the following are equivalent to the amount of weight gained by
puppy A during the first 6 weeks?
Question 5
Suppose you sell Apples, and suppose that you need to sell 50 Apples in
order to maximize profit.
Which of the
following are true? (Select all that apply.)
Question 6
Ted sells apples. The
graph below shows Ted's total revenue, the line labeled TR. One
of the other lines is Ted's total cost but we don't know which.
Compute the value of marginal cost, MC.MC.
Do not include units in the answer blank. Just a number. If
rounding is necessary, round to the nearest cent.
Question 7
Ted sells
apples. The graph below shows Ted's total revenue, the line labeled TR. One
of the other lines is Ted's total cost.
Suppose Ted's fixed costs are 3 thousand dollars. At what quantity
does Ted break even?
ANSWER:
________ thousand apples
Question 8
Ted sells
apples. The graph below shows Ted's total revenue, the line labeled TR. One
of the other lines is Ted's total cost.
Suppose Ted's fixed costs are 2 thousand dollars. What is Ted's
profit if he sells 6000 apples?
ANSWER:
________ thousand dollars
Question 9
Your company
produces Gleblus. The marginal cost, average cost, and
average variable costs for producing Gleblus are shown in the graph below.
Estimate the break even price.
ANSWER:
_________ dollars per Gleblu
Question
10
Your company produces Gleblus. The marginal cost,
average cost, and average variable costs for producing Gleblus are shown in the
graph below.
Which of the following market prices in dollars for Gleblus should cause
you to shut down production? Select all that apply.
Question 11
Your company
produces Gleblus. The marginal cost, average cost, and
average variable costs for producing Gleblus are shown in the graph below.
Suppose that you sell Glebus at a price of $24 each. What is the maximum
possible profit?
ANSWER:
__________ hundred dollars