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Consider two hypothetical dice, each of eight sides. Both dice
also share the same numbers recorded on the eight sides of the
dice: 6, 7, 10, 11, 14, 18, 24, 28
One of the dies is fair. The other has a probability density
function such that f(24)=f(28)=0.28, with its remaining sample
points equi-probable and not equal f(24)
Denote the rolling of the fair die as the random variable X.
Denote the rolling of the non-fair die as the random variable...

two countries under autarky (when there is no trade), consider
the following hypothetical scenario based on Ricardian model.
Assume throughout that those two countries (Italy and Sweden) are
the only two countries in the world, at least for purposes of
trade. There are two goods: shoes and calculators. Consumers in
both countries always spend half of their income on shoes and half
of their income on calculators. The only factor of production is
labour. Each Italian worker can produce 1...

Consider two hypothetical elements, X and Z. Element X has an
electron affinity of 300 kj/mol and element Z has an electrona
ffinity of 75 kj/mol. If you have an X- ion and a Z- ion from which
ion would it require more energy to remove an electron? Explain. I
think it's X but can someone give me a well formulated explanantion
or explanations. Thank you!

Consider the equilibrium reaction for the saturated solution of
a salt, A B 3 : A B 3 (s)? A 3+ (aq)+3 B ? (aq) For each A B 3
formula unit that dissolves in water, the number of B ? ions is
three times the number of A 3+ ions. In a saturated solution of the
salt A B 3 , the number of formula units of the salt dissolved
equals the number of dissolved A 3+ ions. If...

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1. Consider two bonds, A and B. Both bonds presently are selling
at their par value of $1,000. Each pays interest of $120 annually.
Bond A will mature in five years, while bond B will mature in six
years. If the yields to maturity on the two bonds change from 12%
to 10%,
A. both bonds will increase in value, but bond A will increase
more than bond B.
B. both bonds will increase in...

Consider a two-country, two-goods world. Trade is based on
comparative advantage. You are given the following information
(which applies to the whole question, unless otherwise stated): •
One labour can produce 20 toasters (T) or produce 40 ovens (O) in
Home (H); while one unit of foreign labour can produce 25 units and
50 units of toasters and ovens respectively.
• The labour endowment in Home is 500, which is one-hundred
units more than Foreign.
• The free-trade relative price...

Consider a two countries, Portugal and England, that produce two
goods, wine and cheese, with only one factor of production, Labor.
In Portugal, one unit of labor can produce 1 unit of wine or 1 unit
of cheese. In England, one unit of labor can produce 1 unit of wine
or 2 of cheese. There are 100 units of labor in Portugal, and 100
in England. Countries share the same tastes, and there is perfect
competition.
1) Fill in the...

a)How is it possible to determine if CaCO3 is Cl- free after
synthesis?
b)How can the Cl- ions be remove from CaCO3 after synthesis?
I should answer the questions from the following experiment but
if you know the answer and you are sure, yo do not need to read
experiment.
Please answer correctly because i hav no chance to make wrong
:((((
Physical and Chemical Properties of Pure Substances
Objective
The aim of today’s experiment is to learn handling chemicals...

Consider a two-player game between Child’s Play and Kid’s
Korner, each of which produces and sells wooden swing sets for
children. Each player can set either a high or a low price for a
standard two-swing, one-slide set. The game is given as below:
Kid’s korner
High price
Low price
Child’s play
High price
64, 64
20, 72
Low price
72, 20
57, 57
a. Suppose the players meet and make price decisions only once.
What is the Nash equilibrium...

Suppose that Spain and Denmark both produce rye and shoes.
Spain's opportunity cost of producing a pair of shoes is 3 bushels
of rye while Denmark's opportunity cost of producing a pair of
shoes is 10 bushels of rye. By comparing the opportunity cost of
producing shoes in the two countries, you can tell that has a
comparative advantage in the production of shoes and has a
comparative advantage in the production of rye. Suppose that Spain
and Denmark consider...

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