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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 14/12/17
Q(1) If the budgetary deficit of gout is 25000 crors rs. and the borrowings and other liabilities are 7000 crores rs, how much will be the fiscal dificit.
Ans = 32000 crores
Explain why
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Sarang Sharma
Subject: Economics
, asked on 9/9/18
1 - mayank started business with cash 100000. opened a bank account and transferred 400000from his saving account
2- purchased a building from sohan for 1200000 paid by taking a loan from SBI.
3- paid intrest on loan 20000 anf instalment of 100000 by cheque.
4- purchased goodsfrom rohan on credit 100000
5- sold goods costing 40000 for 50000 on credit to ram.
6- accured intrest 5000
prepare accounting equation ftom the following
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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 26/1/18
Plzzz ans this ques. P 110 law of demand is violated when. OPTIONS :( A.) income effect is negative. (B). substitution effect is negative. ( C.) negative income effect > substitution effect. (D.) negative income effect
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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 29/1/18
What is the impact of pm jan dhan yojana on ppc
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Aayushi ......
Subject: Economics
, asked on 10/4/17
What is meant by capital receipts net of borrowings ??
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Vinay Krishnan
Subject: Economics
, asked on 27/6/17
Give an example of unrelated goods??
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Rashmi
Subject: Economics
, asked on 6/2/15
explain the distinction between the equation of budget line and budget constraints.
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1
Akash
Subject: Economics
, asked on 24/8/19
C Fill in the blanks 6 question please answer
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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 29/5/17
A consumer consumes only two goods if price of one good Falls the indifference curve does not shift explain why(p.84)??
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1
Devadharshini Murugaiyan
Subject: Economics
, asked on 15/1/16
Suppose the demand and supply curves of a Commodity-X is given by the following two
equations simultaneously:
Qd = 200 – p Qs = 50 + 2p
i) Find the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.
ii) Suppose that the price of a factor of production producing the commodity has
changed, resulting in the new supply curve given by the equation
Qs’ = 80 +2p
Analyse the new equilibrium price and new equilibrium quantity as against the
original equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.
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2
Rashmi
Subject: Economics
, asked on 6/2/15
the no. of times the total deposits would be of the initial deposit is determined by what
LRR
CRR
SLR
RDR
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1
Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 29/5/17
How will the consumer move along his indifference curve in a situation when MRS>( Px/Py). Draw its indifference curve also (p.75)?
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1
Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 14/12/17
Is balanced budget and achievement of the government. if yes then why if no then why not?
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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 25/1/18
Why price line or budget line is straight line
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Humairah
Subject: Economics
, asked on 29/5/17
Your friend's and your birthday is on the same day.on the occasion both of you exchange gifts each of you spend rupees 200 on buying a gift both of you also spend rupees 400 on your party and share the expenses equally did both of you incur any opportunity cost of celebrating the birthday if so what is it? explain it fully?
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Ans = 32000 crores

Explain why

## 1 - mayank started business with cash 100000. opened a bank account and transferred 400000from his saving account

2- purchased a building from sohan for 1200000 paid by taking a loan from SBI.

3- paid intrest on loan 20000 anf instalment of 100000 by cheque.

4- purchased goodsfrom rohan on credit 100000

5- sold goods costing 40000 for 50000 on credit to ram.

6- accured intrest 5000

equations simultaneously:

Qd = 200 – p Qs = 50 + 2p

i) Find the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.

ii) Suppose that the price of a factor of production producing the commodity has

changed, resulting in the new supply curve given by the equation

Qs’ = 80 +2p

Analyse the new equilibrium price and new equilibrium quantity as against the

original equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.