# macroeconomics 202 Rose and Sharon’s hourly productivity

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1st question:

Consider two individuals, Rose and Sharon, who produce fish and coconuts. Rose and Sharon’s hourly productivity are shown in Table 3.2. Rose’s opportunity cost of producing 1 fish is:

 Answers: 1/3 coconut. 1 1/2 coconuts. 3 coconuts. 6 coconuts.

2nd Q:

Table 3.1 illustrates Willy and Blythe’s hourly production for apples and carrots. From the table, we can conclude that:

 Answers: Willy has an absolute advantage in producing apples but not carrots. Willy has an absolute advantage in producing carrots but not apples. Willy has an absolute advantage in producing both goods. Willy does not have an absolute advantage in producing either good.

3rd Q:

• Table 3.1 illustrates Willy and Blythe’s hourly production for apples and carrots. From the table, we can conclude that:if Willy and Blythe choose to specialize and trade, then:

 Answers: Willy will specialize in apples and trade apples for carrots. Willy will specialize in carrots and trade carrots for apples. Blythe will specialize in carrots and trade carrots for apples. None of these; specialization and trade are not beneficial for Willy and Blythe.