Assignment: testing hypotheses for means

 

This week you have explored three different approaches to t tests. By this point, you know that each test has assumptions about the data and type of research questions it can answer. For this Assignment, you will be provided with three scenarios. As you read the scenarios, be sure and think about aligning the appropriate t test with the question. Consider whether the data are independent samples and if two samples are being compared.

To prepare for this Assignment:

  • Review the Learning Resources and the media programs related to t tests.
  • For additional support, review the Skill Builder: Research Design and Statistical Design and the Skill Builder: Hypothesis Testing for Independent Samples t-test, which you can find by navigating back to your Blackboard Course Home Page. From there, locate the Skill Builder link in the left navigation pane.
  • Also, review the t test scenarios found in this week’s Learning Resources and consider the three different approaches of t tests:
    • Independent sample t test
    • Paired sample t test
    • One sample t test
  • Based on each of the three research scenarios provided, open the High School Longitudinal Study dataset or the Afrobarometer dataset from this week’s Learning Resources using SPSS software, then choose and run the appropriate t test.
  • Once you perform your t test analyses, review Chapter 11 of the Wagner text to understand how to copy and paste your output into your Word document.

For this Assignment:

Write a 3-paragraph analysis of your t test results for each research scenario and include the SPSS syntax and output.  If you are using the Afrobarometer Dataset, report the mean of Q1 (Age). If you are using the HS Long Survey Dataset, report the mean of X1SES. Do not forget to evaluate if the t test assumptions are met, justify the selection of type of t test, and report the effect size. Based on your results, provide an explanation of what the implications of social change might be.

Use proper APA format, citations, and referencing for your analysis, research questions, and output.

 

Required Readings

Frankfort-Nachmias, C., Leon-Guerrero, A., & Davis, G. (2020). Social statistics for a diverse society (9th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Chapter 8, “Testing Hypothesis” (pp. 243-279)

Wagner, III, W. E. (2020). Using IBM® SPSS® statistics for research methods and social science statistics (7th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Chapter 6, “Testing Hypotheses Using Means and Cross-Tabulation” (previously read in Week 5)
Chapter 11, “Editing Output” (previously read in Week 2, 3, and 4)

Walden University Library. (n.d.). Course Guide and Assignment Help for RSCH 8210. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/rsch8210
For help with this week’s research, see this Course Guide and related weekly assignment resources.

Document: Week 6 t test Scenarios (PDF)
Use these scenarios to complete this week’s Assignment.

MUST BE APA WRITTEN 

TURN IT IN REQUIRED

MUST ANSWER ALL REQUIRED QUESTIONS 

Potential strategies for the organization

Recommend a strategy or combination of strategies the organization should implement, and include a rationale for that recommendation.

In this class you must meet or exceed (no points deducted for reasonable overage) the minimum deliverables length threshold (1,400 words) in order to ensure sufficient coverage of the learning objectives. If you do not meet it, points will be deducted.

 

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.Be sure to include title page, and reference citations must be presented on unique page (not bleeding from regular text). Be sure citations list is complete, i.e. course text (Hitt, Ireland, and Hoskisson) Team Target Enterprise (TTE), and any additional research conducted. Times New Roman 12′ font is preferred Do not use bullet points.

 

I am only responsible for the highlighted portion.  I only need about 250-275 Words.  The Organization is General Motors.  Thanks so much for your help.

8 page final paper | Management homework help

***Signature Assignment – Final Paper

 

 

DUE OCTOBER 24th, 2016- 11:00 pm

Please read attachment as well. 

 

Please use the book – Laudon, K. C., & Laudon, J. P. (2014). Management information systems: managing the digital firm (13th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.

 

Also needs to be in APA Format and ORGINAL

A final paper is one of the main deliverables for this class. All of the chapter homework, slide presentations, chapter reviews, quizzes, final exam and case analysis will help the student gain the understanding needed to complete the final paper. Since this is an application-based course, the material covered focuses on the impact of organizational information systems within modern organizations. This paper is the review and analysis of an organization’s information system(s). Students will use the following outline for their final paper:
 
a.    Detailed introduction about the organization including, but not limited to: Overall description of the organization; description of end-product or service, organizational structure (org. chart) and list of all locations.
b.    Detailed description of IT system(s) including number and functions of personnel in the IT department;
c.    Description of the IT system(s) as it (they) relate to the organization;
d.    Analysis of system(s) as it (they) relate to the effectiveness of the organization;
e.    Literature search exploring similar organizations and the systems that are used in parallel environments including but not limited to:
        i.    Similar industries/competitors;
        ii.    Similar organizational structures;
        iii.    Similar systems and platforms;
f.    Critical analysis of the literature search including a thorough comparison and contrast of the findings combined with the student’s personal knowledge of the situation.
g.    Final analysis of the effectiveness of the systems within the student’s organization;
h.    Conclusions and Recommendations
 
The paper must be written in APA format, 12 point font, double-spaced with citations for all material that is not the student’s original thought. The paper should be 7+ pages in length, and a Reference List must be included (instead of a Bibliography).  APA Guides are available at the following website: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/. Please upload the final paper in the Week 8 Assignment folder no later than Sunday midnight. 

For brilliant answers only hist

From the approved list of historical films that is here attached, you will choose one film to view and analyze for its historical content, historical themes, and accuracy. This Historical Themed Movie Review is worth 60 points and must be a minimum of 1500 words, using a minimum of 5 SCHOLARLY SOURCES – 1 source must be a primary document. DO NOT use Ask.com, Wikipedia, or Mrs. Harvey’s 8th grade class project!! Get my point?? These need to be accepted scholarly sources = publications and/or webpages that are peered reviewed. Each source must be quoted in the body of the paper at least once to provide context and support for your analysis. You must properly cite all quoted materials according to a Writing Style Guide of your choice. A full and properly formatted Works Cited/Bibliography of the same Writing Style Guidelines must be included. The minimum word count for this paper applies to CONTENT only and does NOT include the bibliographic information. The following elements must be addressed in this paper:

 

  • Identification of the film: title, director, producer, Film Company, year of premiere, and episode in history the film portrays.
  • Identification and discussion of 2 historical themes that you feel encompass the history being portrayed.
  • Identification of the primary source document(s) you use in context of your essay.
  • A BRIEF synopsis of the plot of the film, comparing the story line in the film to the history established through your research.
  • A detailed evaluation of HOW the film treated the history it portrayed, both what it did well and what it did poorly – discuss the themes portrayed as well.
  • A conclusion that summarizes your arguments and how the themes you have chosen embodied the history portrayed in the film.
  • Refer to your sources and quote them  to provide support for your observations and analysis.
  • Sources can include your text books, movie reviews, journal articles, etc. NO WIKIPEDIA, or answers.com or other sources that are not academically peer reviewed.

Response paper (straw man argument)

response paper on the nationalism section will ask you to make a straw man argument. This paper is akin to the debate paper in the sense that you need to present more than one view on nationalism.The purpose of the straw man paper is to learn to make an argument that you oppose in order to demonstrate what you think is right. In the first half of the paper, you will make one argument about nationalism and then, in the second half, you will tear this “straw man” down and argue against all of the points that you made in the first half of the paper. You must use two of the texts from the nationalism section to build evidence in this paper but you can select which ones you think are useful.

This is a short paper, only 2 pages long. However, you have to be concise.
You will have to read the attached files in order to write the paper. You’ll have to refer to the readings as you build the argument. They’re short readings.

Assn 8 ebusiness strategy | Management homework help

BU480 eBusiness Strategy

Directions:  Be sure to make an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading.  Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar.  Sources must be cited in APA format.  Your response should be four (4) pages in length; refer to the “Assignment Format” page for specific format requirements.

 

Part A       Illustrate the nine steps of the e-business strategy formulation roadmap through a real-world example that you are familiar with.

 

 

Part B       What challenges do traditional companies face when moving from bricks to clicks?

Social and cultural diversity paper: references (obj. 2.2, 2.3, and

Due Date: Aug 09, 2017 23:59:59       Max Points: 90

Details:

Refer to “Social and Cultural Paper Writing Instructions” for a detailed explanation of the requirements for the Social and Cultural Diversity Paper that you will be developing throughout the course. 

For this assignment, prepare a reference list that includes the sources you will be citing in the paper. The paper must include a minimum of 10 scholarly references in addition to the textbook. More references may be used if necessary.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

This assignment meets the following CACREP Standards:

2.F.2.a. Multicultural and pluralistic characteristics within and among diverse groups nationally and internationally.

2.F.2.b. Theories and models of multicultural counseling, cultural identity development, and social justice and advocacy.

2.F.2.c. Multicultural counseling competencies.

2.F.2.d. The impact of heritage, attitudes, beliefs, understandings, and acculturative experiences on an individual’s views of others.

2.F.2.g. The impact of spiritual beliefs on clients’ and counselors’ worldviews.

2.F.2.h. Strategies for identifying and eliminating barriers, prejudices, and processes of intentional and unintentional oppression and discrimination.

Eco550 final part 2 latest 2017

  

Question 1

4 out of 4 points

Consider the game known as the Prisoner’s Dilemma. What’s the dilemma?

a. By both not confessing, both get to the cooperative solution and minimize time in prison.

b. By both confessing, both get to the noncooperative solution and both serve significant time in prison.

c. As a group, they are better off cooperating by not confessing, but each player has an incentive to be first to confess in a double cross.

d. The problem is that the spies should never have been caught; they should move to Rio.

Question 2

4 out of 4 points

Cooperation in repeated prisoner’s dilemma situations seems to be enhanced by all of the following except

a. limited punishment schemes 

b. clarity of conditional rewards 

c. grim trigger strategy 

d. provocability– i.e ., credible threats of punishment 

e. tit for tat strategy

Question 3

4 out of 4 points

Credibility in threats and commitments in sequential games is based on

a. randomizing one’s actions so they are unpredictable

b. explicit communications with competitors

c. effective scenario planning

d. analyzing best reply responses

e. none of the above

Question 4

4 out of 4 points

When there is no Equilibrium (or no Nash Equilibrium), we expect that:

a. the firms end up in the cooperative strategy.

b. a firm will follow a randomized strategy.

c. a firm will not care what it does.

d. a firm will very likely have a dominant strategy.

Question 5

4 out of 4 points

Credible promises and hostage mechanisms can support a continuous stream of cooperative exchanges except when

a. the promisor is better off fulfilling than ignoring his promise

b. neither party has a prior dominant strategy

c. the hostage can be revoked for just causes

d. the hostage is more valuable than any given exchange

e. the hostage is difficult to replace

Question 6

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following pricing policies best identifies when a product should be expanded, maintained, or discontinued?

a. full-cost pricing policy

b. target-pricing policy

c. marginal-pricing policy

d. market-share pricing policy

e. markup pricing policy

Question 7

4 out of 4 points

Third-degree price discrimination exists whenever:

a. the seller knows exactly how much each potential customer is willing to pay and will charge accordingly. 

b. different prices are charged by blocks of services. 

c. the seller can separate markets by geography, income, age, etc ., and charge different prices to these different groups. 

the seller will bargain with buyers in each of the markets to obtain the best possible price.

Question 8

4 out of 4 points

Firms that have a cover charge for their customers and charge for each item they purchase as well are exhibiting

a. universal access price discrimination 

b. declining block price discrimination. 

c. mixed bundling price discrimination. 

d. two-part price discrimination. 

e. uniform pricing 

Question 9

4 out of 4 points

The segmenting of customers into several small groups such as household, institutional, commercial, and industrial users, and establishing a different rate schedule for each group is known as:

a. first-degree price discrimination
b. market penetration
c. third-degree price discrimination
d. second-degree price discrimination
e. none of the above

Question 10

4 out of 4 points

____ is the price at which an intermediate good or service is transferred from the selling to the buying division within the same firm.

a. Incremental price 

b. Marginal price 

c. Full-cost price 

d. Transfer price 

e. none of the above

Question 11

4 out of 4 points

When someone contracts to do a task but fails to put full effort into the performance of an agreement, yet the lack of effort is not independently verifiable, this lack of effort constitutes a

a. breach of contractual obligations 

b. denial of good guarantee 

c. loss of reputation 

d. moral hazard 

Question 12

4 out of 4 points

Governance mechanisms are designed

a. to increase contracting costs 

b. to resolve post-contractual opportunism 

c. to enhance the flexibility of restrictive covenants 

d. to replace insurance 

e. none of the above 

Question 13

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following is not among the functions of contract?

a. to provide incentives for efficient reliance

b. to reduce transaction costs

c. to discourage the development of asymmetric information

d. to provide risk allocation mechanisms

Question 14

4 out of 4 points

When retail bicycle dealers advertise and perform warranty repairs but do not deliver the personal selling message that Schwinn has designed as part of the marketing plan but cannot observe at less than prohibitive cost, the manufacturer has encountered a problem of ____.

a. reliance relationships

b. uncertainty

c. moral hazard

d. creative ingenuity

e. insurance reliance

Question 15

4 out of 4 points

When borrowers who do not intend to repay are able to hide their bad credit histories, a lender’s well-intentioned borrowers should

a. complain to regulatory authorities 

b. withdraw their loan applications 

c. offer more collateral in exchange for lower interest charges 

d. divulge still more information on their loan applications 

e. hope for a pooling equilibrium

Question 16

4 out of 4 points

The ____ is equal to the some of the squares of the market shares of all the firms in an industry.

a. market concentration ratio 

b. Herfindahl-Hirschman index 

c. correlation coefficient 

d. standard deviation of concentration 

e. none of the above

Question 17

4 out of 4 points

The antitrust laws regulate all of the following business decisions except ____.

a. collusion 

b. mergers 

c. monopolistic practices 

d. price discrimination 

e. wage levels

Question 18

4 out of 4 points

The lower the barriers to entry and exit, the more nearly a market structure fits the ____ market model.

a. monopolistic competition 

b. perfectly contestable 

c. oligopoly 

d. monopoly 

e. none of the above

Question 19

4 out of 4 points

The sentiment for increased deregulation in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s has been felt most significantly in the price regulation of

a. coal 

b. grain 

c. transportation 

d. automobiles 

e. electric power generation

Question 20

4 out of 4 points

____ occurs whenever a third party receives or bears costs arising from an economic transaction in which the individual (or group) is not a direct participant.

a. Pecuniary benefits and costs 

b. Externalities 

c. Intangibles 

d. Monopoly costs and benefits 

e. none of the above

Question 21

4 out of 4 points

If the acceptance of Project A makes it impossible to accept Project B, these projects are:

a. contingent projects 

b. complementary projects 

c. mutually inclusive projects 

d. mutually exclusive projects 

e. none of the above

Question 22

4 out of 4 points

The social rate of discount is best approximated by:

a. the cost of government borrowing

b. the opportunity cost of resources taken from the private sector

c. 3 percent

d. 30 percent

e. none of the above

Question 23

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following items is (are) not considered as part of the net investment calculation?

a. the first year’s net cash flow

b. increase in net working capital

c. salvage of an old piece of equipment that is being replaced

d. installation and shipping charges

Question 24

4 out of 4 points

All of the following except ____ are shortcomings of cost-benefit analysis.

a. difficulty in measuring third-party costs

b. difficulty in measuring third-party benefits

c. failure to consider the time value of benefits and costs

d. difficulty of accounting for program interactions

e. a and b

Question 25

4 out of 4 points

In cost-effectiveness analysis, constant cost studies:

a. are rarely used

b. attempt to specify the output which may be achieved from a number of alternative programs, assuming all are funded at the same level

c. are useless because they fail to adequately evaluate program benefits

d. try to find the least expensive way of achieving a certain objective

e. none of the above

Eco550 final part 1 & 2 latest 2017

  

PART 1

Question 1

0 out of 4 points

Evidence from empirical studies of long-run cost-output relationships lends support to the:

a. existence of a non-linear cubic total cost function
b. hypothesis that marginal costs first decrease, then gradually increase over the normal operating range of the firm
c. hypothesis that total costs increase quadratically over the ranges of output examined
d. hypothesis that total costs increase linearly over some considerable range of output examined
e. none of the above

Question 2

0 out of 4 points

The short-run cost function is:

a. where all inputs to the production process are variable
b. relevant to decisions in which one or more inputs to the production process are fixed
c. not relevant to optimal pricing and production output decisions
d. crucial in making optimal investment decisions in new production facilities
e. none of the above

Question 3

0 out of 4 points

Which of the following is not an assumption of the linear breakeven model:

a. constant selling price per unit
b. decreasing variable cost per unit
c. fixed costs are independent of the output level
d. a single product (or a constant mix of products) is being produced and sold
e. all costs can be classified as fixed or variable

Question 4

4 out of 4 points

A ____ total cost function implies that marginal costs ____ as output is increased.

a. linear; increase linearly
b. quadratic; increase linearly
c. cubic; increase linearly
d. a and b
e. none of the above

Question 5

4 out of 4 points

Break-even analysis usually assumes all of the following except:

a. in the short run, there is no distinction between variable and fixed costs.
b. revenue and cost curves are straight-lines throughout the analysis.
c. there appears to be perfect competition since the price is considered to remain the same re-gardless of quantity.
d. the straight-line cost curve implies that marginal cost is constant.
e. both c and d

Question 6

4 out of 4 points

In the linear breakeven model, the breakeven sales volume (in dollars) can be found by multiplying the breakeven sales volume (in units) by:

a. one minus the variable cost ratio
b. contribution margin per unit
c. selling price per unit
d. standard deviation of unit sales
e. none of the above

Question 7

4 out of 4 points

The main difference between perfect competition and monopolistic competition is:

a. the number of sellers in the market.
b. the ease of exit from the market.
c. the difference in the firm’s profits in the long run.
d. the degree of product differentiation.

e. Whether it is the short run or the long run

Question 8

4 out of 4 points

Experience goods are products or services

a. that the customer already knows

b. whose performance is highly unusual

c. whose quality is undetectable when purchased

d. not likely to cause repeat purchases

e. all of the above

Question 9

4 out of 4 points

Uncertainty includes all of the following except ____.

a. unknown effects of deliberate actions

b. incomplete information as to the type of competitor

c. random disturbances

d. unverifiable claims

e. accidents due to weather hazards

Question 10

4 out of 4 points

Under asymmetric information,

a. you never get what you pay for

b. you sometimes get cheated

c. you always get cheated

d. at best you get what you pay for

e. sellers make profits in excess of competitive returns

Question 11

4 out of 4 points

A “search good” is:

a. One that depends on how the product behaves over time

b. A product whose quality is only found out over time by finding how durable it is

c. Like a peach that can be examined for flaws

d. Like a used car, since it is easy to determine its inherent quality

e. None of the above

Question 12

4 out of 4 points

If price exceeds average costs under pure competition, ____ firms will enter the industry, supply will ____, and price will be driven ____.

a. more; decrease; down

b. more; decrease; up

c. more; increase; down

d. more; increase; up

e. none of the above

Question 13

4 out of 4 points

The price for used cars is well below the price of new cars of the same general quality. This is an example of:

a. The Degree of Operating Leverage

b. A Lemon’s Market

c. Redeployment Assets

d. Cyclical Competition

e. The Unemployment Rate

Question 14

4 out of 4 points

The demand curve facing the firm in ____ is the same as the industry demand curve.

a. pure competition 

b. monopolistic competition 

c. oligopoly 

d. pure monopoly 

e. none of the above

Question 15

4 out of 4 points

Declining cost industries

a. have upward rising AC curves. 

b. have upward rising demand curves. 

c. have -shaped total costs. 

d. have diseconomies of scale. 

e. have marginal cost curves below their average cost curve

Question 16

4 out of 4 points

In natural monopoly, AC continuously declines due to economies in distribution or in production, which tends to found in industries which face increasing returns to scale. If price were set equal to marginal cost, then:

a. price would equal average cost.

b. price would exceed average cost.

c. price would be below average cost.

d. price would be at the profit maximizing level for natural monopoly

e. all of the above

Question 17

4 out of 4 points

The practice by telephone companies of charging lower long-distance rates at night than during the day is an example of:

a. inverted block pricing

b. second-degree price discrimination

c. peak-load pricing

d. first-degree price discrimination

e. none of the above

Question 18

4 out of 4 points

In the electric power industry, residential customers have relatively ____ demand for electricity compared with large industrial users. But contrary to price discrimination, large industrial users generally are charged ____ rates.

a. similar, similar 

b. elastic, lower 

c. elastic, higher 

d. inelastic, lower

e. inelastic, higher

Question 19

4 out of 4 points

____ as practiced by public utilities is designed to encourage greater usage and therefore spread the fixed costs of the utility’s plant over a larger number of units of output.

a. Peak load pricing

b. Inverted block pricing

c. Block pricing

d. First degree price discrimination

e. None of the above

Question 20

4 out of 4 points

“Conscious parallelism of action” among oligopolistic firms is an example of ____.

a. intense rivalry

b. a formal collusive agreement

c. informal, or tacit, cooperation

d. a cartel

e. none of the above

Question 21

4 out of 4 points

Barometric price leadership exists when

a. one firm in the industry initiates a price change and the others follow it as a signal of changes in cost or demand in the industry.

b. one firm imposes its best price on the rest of the industry.

c. all firms agree to change prices simultaneously.

d. one company forms a price umbrella for all others.

e. the firms are all colluding

Question 22

4 out of 4 points

If a cartel seeks to maximize profits, the market share (or quota) for each firm should be set at a level such that the ____ of all firms is identical.

a. average total cost

b. average profit

c. marginal profit

d. marginal cost

e. marginal revenue

Question 23

4 out of 4 points

A(n) ____ is characterized by a relatively small number of firms producing a product.

a. monopoly

b. syndicate

c. cooperative

d. oligopoly

e. none of the above

Question 24

4 out of 4 points

In a kinked demand market, whenever one firm decides to lower its price,

a. other firms will automatically follow.

b. none of the other firms will follow.

c. one half of the firms follow and one half of the firms don’t follow the price cut.

d. other firms all decide to exit the industry

e. all of the other firms raise their prices.

Question 25

4 out of 4 points

In the Cournot duopoly model, each of the two firms, in determining its profit-maximizing price-output level, assumes that the other firm’s ____ will not change.

a. price

b. output

c. marketing strategy

d. inventory

e. none of the above

Part 2 

Question 1

4 out of 4 points

Consider the game known as the Prisoner’s Dilemma. What’s the dilemma?

a. By both not confessing, both get to the cooperative solution and minimize time in prison.

b. By both confessing, both get to the noncooperative solution and both serve significant time in prison.

c. As a group, they are better off cooperating by not confessing, but each player has an incentive to be first to confess in a double cross.

d. The problem is that the spies should never have been caught; they should move to Rio.

Question 2

4 out of 4 points

Cooperation in repeated prisoner’s dilemma situations seems to be enhanced by all of the following except

a. limited punishment schemes 

b. clarity of conditional rewards 

c. grim trigger strategy 

d. provocability– i.e ., credible threats of punishment 

e. tit for tat strategy

Question 3

4 out of 4 points

Credibility in threats and commitments in sequential games is based on

a. randomizing one’s actions so they are unpredictable

b. explicit communications with competitors

c. effective scenario planning

d. analyzing best reply responses

e. none of the above

Question 4

4 out of 4 points

When there is no Equilibrium (or no Nash Equilibrium), we expect that:

a. the firms end up in the cooperative strategy.

b. a firm will follow a randomized strategy.

c. a firm will not care what it does.

d. a firm will very likely have a dominant strategy.

Question 5

4 out of 4 points

Credible promises and hostage mechanisms can support a continuous stream of cooperative exchanges except when

a. the promisor is better off fulfilling than ignoring his promise

b. neither party has a prior dominant strategy

c. the hostage can be revoked for just causes

d. the hostage is more valuable than any given exchange

e. the hostage is difficult to replace

Question 6

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following pricing policies best identifies when a product should be expanded, maintained, or discontinued?

a. full-cost pricing policy

b. target-pricing policy

c. marginal-pricing policy

d. market-share pricing policy

e. markup pricing policy

Question 7

4 out of 4 points

Third-degree price discrimination exists whenever:

a. the seller knows exactly how much each potential customer is willing to pay and will charge accordingly. 

b. different prices are charged by blocks of services. 

c. the seller can separate markets by geography, income, age, etc ., and charge different prices to these different groups. 

the seller will bargain with buyers in each of the markets to obtain the best possible price.

Question 8

4 out of 4 points

Firms that have a cover charge for their customers and charge for each item they purchase as well are exhibiting

a. universal access price discrimination 

b. declining block price discrimination. 

c. mixed bundling price discrimination. 

d. two-part price discrimination. 

e. uniform pricing 

Question 9

4 out of 4 points

The segmenting of customers into several small groups such as household, institutional, commercial, and industrial users, and establishing a different rate schedule for each group is known as:

a. first-degree price discrimination
b. market penetration
c. third-degree price discrimination
d. second-degree price discrimination
e. none of the above

Question 10

4 out of 4 points

____ is the price at which an intermediate good or service is transferred from the selling to the buying division within the same firm.

a. Incremental price 

b. Marginal price 

c. Full-cost price 

d. Transfer price 

e. none of the above

Question 11

4 out of 4 points

When someone contracts to do a task but fails to put full effort into the performance of an agreement, yet the lack of effort is not independently verifiable, this lack of effort constitutes a

a. breach of contractual obligations 

b. denial of good guarantee 

c. loss of reputation 

d. moral hazard 

Question 12

4 out of 4 points

Governance mechanisms are designed

a. to increase contracting costs 

b. to resolve post-contractual opportunism 

c. to enhance the flexibility of restrictive covenants 

d. to replace insurance 

e. none of the above 

Question 13

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following is not among the functions of contract?

a. to provide incentives for efficient reliance

b. to reduce transaction costs

c. to discourage the development of asymmetric information

d. to provide risk allocation mechanisms

Question 14

4 out of 4 points

When retail bicycle dealers advertise and perform warranty repairs but do not deliver the personal selling message that Schwinn has designed as part of the marketing plan but cannot observe at less than prohibitive cost, the manufacturer has encountered a problem of ____.

a. reliance relationships

b. uncertainty

c. moral hazard

d. creative ingenuity

e. insurance reliance

Question 15

4 out of 4 points

When borrowers who do not intend to repay are able to hide their bad credit histories, a lender’s well-intentioned borrowers should

a. complain to regulatory authorities 

b. withdraw their loan applications 

c. offer more collateral in exchange for lower interest charges 

d. divulge still more information on their loan applications 

e. hope for a pooling equilibrium

Question 16

4 out of 4 points

The ____ is equal to the some of the squares of the market shares of all the firms in an industry.

a. market concentration ratio 

b. Herfindahl-Hirschman index 

c. correlation coefficient 

d. standard deviation of concentration 

e. none of the above

Question 17

4 out of 4 points

The antitrust laws regulate all of the following business decisions except ____.

a. collusion 

b. mergers 

c. monopolistic practices 

d. price discrimination 

e. wage levels

Question 18

4 out of 4 points

The lower the barriers to entry and exit, the more nearly a market structure fits the ____ market model.

a. monopolistic competition 

b. perfectly contestable 

c. oligopoly 

d. monopoly 

e. none of the above

Question 19

4 out of 4 points

The sentiment for increased deregulation in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s has been felt most significantly in the price regulation of

a. coal 

b. grain 

c. transportation 

d. automobiles 

e. electric power generation

Question 20

4 out of 4 points

____ occurs whenever a third party receives or bears costs arising from an economic transaction in which the individual (or group) is not a direct participant.

a. Pecuniary benefits and costs 

b. Externalities 

c. Intangibles 

d. Monopoly costs and benefits 

e. none of the above

Question 21

4 out of 4 points

If the acceptance of Project A makes it impossible to accept Project B, these projects are:

a. contingent projects 

b. complementary projects 

c. mutually inclusive projects 

d. mutually exclusive projects 

e. none of the above

Question 22

4 out of 4 points

The social rate of discount is best approximated by:

a. the cost of government borrowing

b. the opportunity cost of resources taken from the private sector

c. 3 percent

d. 30 percent

e. none of the above

Question 23

4 out of 4 points

Which of the following items is (are) not considered as part of the net investment calculation?

a. the first year’s net cash flow

b. increase in net working capital

c. salvage of an old piece of equipment that is being replaced

d. installation and shipping charges

Question 24

4 out of 4 points

All of the following except ____ are shortcomings of cost-benefit analysis.

a. difficulty in measuring third-party costs

b. difficulty in measuring third-party benefits

c. failure to consider the time value of benefits and costs

d. difficulty of accounting for program interactions

e. a and b

Question 25

4 out of 4 points

In cost-effectiveness analysis, constant cost studies:

a. are rarely used

b. attempt to specify the output which may be achieved from a number of alternative programs, assuming all are funded at the same level

c. are useless because they fail to adequately evaluate program benefits

d. try to find the least expensive way of achieving a certain objective

e. none of the above

Transportation logistics management 318 research

In this final project, you will prepare a powerpoint presentation on the premise that transportation vehicle with the information below. Using the URL below and the three (3) very useful resource urls (CAMEO, MARPLOT, and ALOHA), make a plan of how you will handle this problem. All 3 systems are free to be downloaded from EPA at https://www.epa.gov/cameo and can easily be learned in a day. This presentation should be no less than 10-15 pages in length. Please think the entire process through. Some pointers: where is your command and control located, do not forget about planning police, fire, and paramedics, and I would like to see screen shots of your use of the three secret resources in the syllabus.

 

 

SCENARIO:

You are the ONLY person on the road. You drive up on a diesel truck on its side with smoke bellowing from underneath it laying against a large hill of sand. You see a DOT placard with the number of 1403 on the rear and side of the truck. The fire is not too bad and you have a class A fire extinguisher in your car with you that you can easily put the fire out with. The driver is smoking and not saying anything but to PLEASE save his truck. There is a ditch with water about 4 feet deep and he has 5 gallon buckets on the truck which is perfect for putting out a fire. There is a grey gravel like substance on the ground and catches fire as well. The fires are not too large for a one person extinguishing. What do you do? In 10-15 slides minimum, and the use of the 3 urls (CAMEO, MARPLOT, and ALOHA) and the one below, give all the information you can find on this situation. Your ERG is PARAMOUNT and the url below is another ERG type help site. Give all steps you would take. Also, THIS IS AN INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT- DO NOT HAVE HELP WITH THIS FROM CLASSMATES!! ANY INFORMATION USED, NO MATTER HOW SMALL MUST, MUST. MUST BE CITED WITH AUTHOR, DATE, PAGE NUMBER AS DIRECTED BY 6th EDITION APA FORMAT.