The area that identifies the maximum sum of consumer surplus and producer surplus is: A. a + b + c + d + e + f. B. c + d + f. C. a + b + e. D. a + b + c + d. 17. Refer to the above diagram. If actual production and consumption occur at Q1: A. efficiency is achieved. B. consumer surplus is maximized. C. an efficiency loss (or deadweight loss) of b + d occurs.
Error of the Estimate | 1 | .878a | .771 | .738 | 41.00786 | a. Predictors: (Constant), X3_Size, X1_Age, X2_Income | Comparing this table with the table with the variable Z, we got higher adjusted R^2, which means variable Z is a useful variable, therefore, this model is better than model 1. 10. ? Problem 2 1. X1, D, X2(GLM) 2. Coefficientsa | Model | Unstandardized Coefficients | Standardized Coefficients | t | Sig.
Determine the equation of the ‘best fit’ line, which describes the relationship between CREDIT BALANCE and SIZE. The equation of the ‘best fit’ line or the regression equation is Credit Balance ($) = 2582 + 404 Size 3. Determine the coefficient of correlation. Interpret. The coefficient of correlation is given as r = 0.752843.
Tootsie Roll has a profit margin ration of 15% to Hershey’s 13%, which indicates that Tootsie Roll has a favorable return on each dollar of sales. Asset turnover ratio indicates how successful a firm is in utilizing its assets in generation of sales revenue. A high ratio is considered desirable, but what is considered high in one industry may be low for another. In comparison, Hershey’s has a higher ratio then Tootsie Roll, 1.20 to 0.57. Return on Assets indicate how profitable a company is relative to its total assets.