# Tasks and tests on Macroeconomics

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Problem 1. Robinson and Friday can collect coconuts and fish. Robinson may be one hour to catch fish 5 or 15 to collect coconuts. Friday for the same time can catch 10 fish or collect 5 nuts. Build a general CPV Robinson and Friday. What is the maximum amount of fish they can catch, if you want to collect 10 coconuts?

Problem 2. Masha spends 140 p. per month for peaches and strawberries, while the cost of a peach is 10 rubles, and strawberries - 20 rubles. Overall usefulness of peaches for Masha is TUp = 30Qp - 2Q²p, total utility strawberries: TUk = 20Qk - Q²k.
1) How many peaches and strawberries is necessary to impregnate Masha?
2) How many peaches and strawberries bring maximum satisfaction to the consumer as part of the monetary restrictions?
The solution illustrated in the chart.

Task 3. On the monopolized market demand function is given by a monopolist:
Qd = 80 - 0,5P, as a function of the overall costs of a monopolist: TC = 10q² + 20q +100.
Identify market sales, the price of goods and maximum profit monopoly.
The solution illustrated in the chart.

1. What are the problems in a market economy must deal with the state?
A) cash distribution of income in society
B) provide assistance to specific consumers with limited incomes, their means of rational use
B) to determine what and how much to make of the available resources
D) to determine the range of goods and services that society needs, regardless of tastes and preferences of a group or the entire population

2. The subject of the study of classical political economy is:
A) the sphere of circulation
B) the scope of production
B) barter

3. Which of these sequences for general utility reflects the law of diminishing marginal utility?
A) 400, 360, 330, 310
B) 280, 330, 370, 390
B) 100, 150, 210, 280
D) 300, 310, 310, 290

4. The establishment by the Government of the highest possible level of prices for goods, which is below the equilibrium price would lead to:
A) the excess, with the sales volume is less than the equilibrium;
B) the excess, with the sales volume is more than the equilibrium;
B) deficiency, while the volume of sales is less than the equilibrium;
D) deficiency, while the volume of sales is greater than the equilibrium.

5. Production costs per unit of release called:
A) General
B) permanent
B) Average
D) Limit

6. In the market of monopolistic competition product type:
A) Unique
B) Differentiated
B) Uniform
D) All of the options right

7. National income differs from net national product value.
A) depreciation,
B) indirect taxes
B) government transfer payments,
D) personal disposable income,
E) personal income

8. Money are:
A) medium of exchange;
B) a means of preserving assets;
B) unit of account;
D) all of the previous answers are correct;
D) all of the previous answers are incorrect.

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