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According to economist Colin Camerer of the California Institute of Technology, many New York taxi drivers decide when to finish work by setting an income goal for themselves. If this is true, then
on busy days when the effective hourly wage is higher, taxi drivers will A. work the same number of hours as they will on slower days B. work fewer hours than they will on slower days C. work more hours than they will on slower days D. not work any hours
Answer is B. work fewer hours than they will on slower days
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User: According to economist Colin Camerer of the California Institute of Technology, many New York taxi drivers decide when to finish work by setting an income goal for themselves. If this is true, then on busy days when the effective hourly wage is higher, taxi drivers will A. work the same number of hours as they will on slower days B. work fewer hours than they will on slower days C. work more hours than they will on slower days D. not work any hours

Weegy: Answer is B. work fewer hours than they will on slower days
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Weegy: A firm's demand for labor is derived from D. demand for its output.



User: Owen runs a delivery business and currently employs three drivers. He owns three vans that employees use to make deliveries, but he is considering hiring a fourth driver. If he hires a fourth driver, he can schedule breaks and lunch hours so all three vans are in constant use, allowing him to increase deliveries per day from 60 to 75. This will cost an additional $75 per day to hire the fourth driver. The marginal cost per delivery of increasing output beyond 60 deliveries per day A. is $0 because Owen does not have to purchase another van B. is $5 C. is $75 D. cannot be calculated without knowing Owen's total fixed costs

Weegy: D. cannot be calculated without knowing Owen's total fixed costs
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Weegy: A. other firms would find out about it eventually
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Which of the following is an example of the law of one price? A. Exchange rates tend to have equivalent values. For example, one Italian lire equals one U.S. dollar. B. Because people have essentially the same basic needs wherever they live, they tend to buy the same bundle of goods. C. Because wages are so much lower in China, eventually all U.S. jobs will be outsourced to China, leaving the US to import all goods at one price. D. Because their countries have similar institutions, ...
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An example of the law of one price is: D. Because their countries have similar institutions, the price paid for a computer in Germany and the United States are about the same when converted into the same currency.
The law of one price is an economic law stated as: "In an efficient market, all identical goods must have only one price."
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