Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of $100 per student include trainers

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to
prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of
$100 per student include trainers

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to
prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of
$100 per student include trainers

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of $100 per student include trainers

and fixed costs change:

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to
prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of
$100 per student include trainers_ wages, study materials, and
gasoline. Annual fixed costs of $75,000 include the training
facility and fleet of cars.

Requirements

1.For each of the following independent situations, calculate the
contribution margin per unit and the breakeven point in units by
first referring to the original data provided:

a.Breakeven point with no change in information.
b.Decrease sales price to $220 per student.
c.Decrease variable costs to $50 per student.
d.Decrease fixed costs to $60,000.

2.Compare the impact of changes in the sales price, variable costs,
and fixed costs on the contribution margin per unit and the
breakeven point in units.

Impact on breakeven point if sale price, variable costs, and fixed costs change:

Impact on breakeven point if sale price, variable costs,
and fixed costs change:

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to
prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of
$100 per student include trainers_ wages, study materials, and
gasoline. Annual fixed costs of $75,000 include the training
facility and fleet of cars.

Requirements

1.For each of the following independent situations, calculate the
contribution margin per unit and the breakeven point in units by
first referring to the original data provided:

a.Breakeven point with no change in information.
b.Decrease sales price to $220 per student.
c.Decrease variable costs to $50 per student.
d.Decrease fixed costs to $60,000.

2.Compare the impact of changes in the sales price, variable costs,
and fixed costs on the contribution margin per unit and the
breakeven point in units.

Impact on breakeven point if sale price, variable costs, and fixed costs change

Impact on breakeven point if sale price, variable costs,
and fixed costs change

Dependable Drivers Driving School charges $250 per student to
prepare and administer written and driving tests. Variable costs of
$100 per student include trainers_ wages, study materials, and
gasoline. Annual fixed costs of $75,000 include the training
facility and fleet of cars.

Requirements

1.For each of the following independent situations, calculate the
contribution margin per unit and the breakeven point in units by
first referring to the original data provided:

a.Breakeven point with no change in information.
b.Decrease sales price to $220 per student.
c.Decrease variable costs to $50 per student.
d.Decrease fixed costs to $60,000.

2.Compare the impact of changes in the sales price, variable costs,
and fixed costs on the contribution margin per unit and the
breakeven point in units.

NEED 100% ORIGINAL WORK …NO PLAGIARISM *** TURNITIN.COM ASSIGNMENT**** ALL INSTRUCTIONS MOST BE FOLLOWED !!!!!

THE STOCK THAT HAS TO BE USED IS APPLE INC. STOCK
1.)Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you:
2.) Provide a detailed overview of the selected U.S. investment
indicating the rationale for your selection.
3.) Select five (5) financial ratios, then analyze the past
three (3) years of financial data for the investment (please obtain
data from the financial statements or the equivalent) . 4.) Analyze
the price of the investment to its market index for the past five
(5) years.
5.)Create a trend line that depicts the price movement for the
investment against the market index movement using elements of
Microsoft Office, such as Excel, Visio, MS Project, or one of their
equivalents such as Open Project, Dia, and OpenOffice, as
appropriate. Note: The graphically depicted solution is not
included in the required page length.
6.)Determine the type of person who would be the best candidate
for the chosen investment (e.g., the risk adverse investor, an
aggressive investor, etc.). Provide a rationale for why this
investment is a solid one, and support the assertion that someone
should invest in this stock.
7.) Use at least five (5) quality academic resources in this
assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites to not qualify as
academic resources. Your assignment must follow these formatting
requirements:
Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12),
with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must
follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for
any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the
student_s name, the professor_s name, the course title, and the
date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the
required assignment page length.

Economics Essay: Microeconomics

Pick a topic of your choice that explains the economics concepts
studied in class in relation to an industry of your choice.
Topics available for use:
1ÿDemand and Supply
2 Perfect Competition
3 Foreign Trade
4. Monopoly
5. Imperfect Competition and Game Theory
6 Public Goods, Externalities and Asymmetric Information
7. Factor Markets and Income Distribution
ÿ
Essay topic: ÿ
The Mobile Industry: Why is Apple_s iPhone more
successful in the United States as opposed to the United Arab
Emirates

Citations included: APA format
Double-line spacing
Font: Cambria – 12
Word Count: 1584
Pages: 9

MicroEcon quiz 2b

1) total revenue will increase if price:
ÿA) rises and demand is elastic
ÿB) rises and demand is unit elastic
ÿC) falls and demand is inelastic
ÿD) falls and demand is elastic
2) cross elasticity of demand measures the response in:
ÿA) the quantity of one good demanded to a change in the price
of another good
ÿB) the income of consumers to the change in the price of
goods.
ÿC) the price of a good to a change in the quantity of another
good demanded
ÿD) quantity of one good demanded when the quantity demanded
of another good changes
3) a person would be maximizing her total utility when:
ÿA) she had a consumer surplus
ÿB) her marginal utility was zero
ÿC) her marginal utlity was equal to her total utility
ÿD) she had no consumer surplus
4) melissa says she will have to be paid in order to even try
jason’s cooking,
ÿso her marginal utility for jason’s cooking is:
ÿA) constant
ÿB) increasing
ÿC) positive
ÿD) negative
5) according to the general utility formulas, the marginal
utility of a good divided by the price of that good is:
ÿA) less than negative one
ÿB) equal to one
ÿC) greater than one
ÿD) equal to zero
6) if your marginal utility from your last session with your
personal trainer
ÿÿ is equal to the price she charged you, then:
ÿA) you have had exactly the right number of sessions
ÿB) you have had to many sessions
ÿC) you have not had enough sessions
ÿD) there is no way to determine whether you have had enough
sessions
7) a decrease in the demand for a service means that the:
ÿA) demand curve shifts to the right
ÿB) demand curve shifts to the left
ÿC) supply curve shifts to the right
ÿD) supply curve shifts to the left
8) the market demand curve is derived:
ÿA) so that is slopes downward and to the left as quantity
rises
ÿB) by totaling the average demands for products in all
markets
ÿC) by horizontally summing potential buyers’ individual
demand curves
ÿD) by vertically summing the demand curves of individuals in
the market
9) an increase in supply means that quantity supplied rises
at:
ÿA) least one price
ÿB) a few prices
ÿC) most prices
ÿD) all prices
10) when the market price is lower than the equilibrium price,
there is:
ÿA) a surplus
ÿB) a shortage
ÿC) both a shortage and a surplus
ÿD) meither a shortage nor a surplus