Mister: Supply and Demand and Total Attainable Marks Essay

Submitted By AhmedMohamud
Words: 733
Pages: 3

Year:
2014
Semester:
2
Course(s):
Bachelor of Accounting HEBSBACC
Associate Degree of Accounting HEBSACC11
Bachelor of Business HEBSBUS
Associate Degree of Business HEBSBUSAD
Subject:
Microeconomics BACC107

Contribution to Overall Assessment:
This assignment is worth 20 % of the overall assessment. Total attainable marks for the written component – 55 marks. A penalty of 10% per day will be applied for late submission.
Due date:
This assignment is due in Week 7 (week beginning 1st September) of the Semester. You are required to attend your specified tutorial class in Week 7 to produce the written report in 1.5 hours. If you cannot make it to the class, a medical certificate must be presented within 48 hours.
Please note: You are still required to submit your draft work on Turnitin. participation and Submission requirements:
This is an individual assessment (not group work). All sections must be answered in each of the questions.

Plagiarism and other Compliance issues:

Turnitin:

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Note: Where appropriate, illustrate your answers with diagrams
Question 1:
(a) Using the concept of opportunity cost, explain the statement “There is no such thing as a free lunch”.

(5 marks)

(b) Evaluate the statement ‘The concept of opportunity cost is embedded in the demand curve’.

(5 marks)

Question 2:
In the study of Microeconomic, the question “How to produce” is one of the basic economic problems (BEPs). Using an example, discuss this concept. In your discussion, you must also discuss the rationale behind the principle of increasing cost.…