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    (Original post by MB98Yeezy)
    Ah right, thanks for explaining. I just worked out 30% which was like 12000 so clearly I'm an idiot


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    it is 12000 is it not? 30% of 40000?
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    (Original post by Nuggetsarelife)
    it is 12000 is it not? 30% of 40000?
    It was marginal tax so you did the first 20,000 x 10% and the last 10000 by 30% so £5000
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    (Original post by junky27)
    What I remember:

    Value judgment- moral and political considerations

    Pes- 12

    Multiplier- 47.5

    Construction wages higher- improved conditions

    Money markets- treasury bills between other banks and capital- long term loans

    Prod eff- mc = ac

    National debt- total cumulated borrowing

    Gini- 1 most unequal

    Living conditions likely to improve (from one of the tables)

    Shift ad- nudges

    Consumer surplus reduced

    Real wage unemployment

    Yield 120

    0.98 HDI less illiteracy
    I think for the question showing the negative ext in production question the answer was a tax p1p3 or something like that
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    (Original post by jn998)
    I think for the question showing the negative ext in production question the answer was a tax p1p3 or something like that
    That wasn't the last question was it ?
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    (Original post by junky27)
    That wasn't the last question was it ?
    The last question was positive externality in production
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    Profit maximisation was the second last row?
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    Can no one remember any others seriously
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    there was the commodity prices question
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    (Original post by MB98Yeezy)
    Anyone know the tax question? Was it as easy as it looked or were they trying to be catch you out?
    I think they were trying to catch you out. So I put the answer which most people would probably put (40% of income or something) Then realised that its not that. But the answer I was getting wasn't any of the other options so i put 5,500 I think???
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    (Original post by Fulham_Fan)
    Tax was $5,000, you did 10% on 10001-30000 and 30% on 30001-40000 which gave you 4999.6 which is 5000.
    damn. I realised that it wasn't 12000. But I still got it wrong. I was trying to work out 10% of something +30% of something else. But the answer I got was not any of the answers.
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    what was the unemployment one? a lot of people seem to say it was from q3-q1 but surely it was q2-q1 from the equilibrium point? and then it was between natural and frictional so put frictional but probably wrong
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    I can't remember the question but was there one where you had to choose:
    10,000
    20,000
    30,000
    40,000?
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    Who said that inflation was highest at 107
    And who said that living conditions probably increased
    What did people do for Mrp labour
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    Opportunity cost higher USA?
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    (Original post by junky27)
    Who said that inflation was highest at 107
    And who said that living conditions probably increased
    What did people do for Mrp labour
    For MRP I put the one something like: "extra output gained from employing one more person"
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    (Original post by TonyStark98)
    For MRP I put the one something like: "extra output gained from employing one more person"
    You mean total revenue gained from employing one extra person right?
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    wtf was tragedy of commons and fishermen I put A something about overfishing idk
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    (Original post by steph_diep)
    wtf was tragedy of commons and fishermen I put A something about overfishing idk
    No idea lmao. I heard of Tradegy of the commons. But I always forgot what it was.

    But I put A as well.
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    What do you guys think overall grade boundaries will be? Any chances for 73% = A?
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    (Original post by junky27)
    Who said that inflation was highest at 107
    And who said that living conditions probably increased
    What did people do for Mrp labour
    Not highest at 107. The change was only +3 on the previous year, so the percentage change was only 3/104*100=2.88% which wasn't the highest.
 
 
 
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