In your textbook, please answer the following problems and submit your assignment:Chapter 9, Problem 3 on p.219.Chapter 10, Problem 4 on p.238.Chapter 11, Problem 2 on pp.252-253.Unit 3 Economic ProblemsResources Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide. MBA6008 Course Alignment Map.OverviewThis assignment requires you to analyze economic profit or loss and output using a short-run supply schedule, and to analyze the average total cost (ATC) per unit for different levels of production to determine competitive equilibrium, market price, and profit per unit. Finally, it requires an assessment of firm behavior under competitive conditions.Revisit the MBA6008 Course Alignment Map to review how all activities assist you in achieving the course competencies and overall program outcomes.Activity InstructionYour instructor will post the problems for this unit, titled Unit 3 Economic Problems, in the Updates and Handouts forum. Refer to the Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide to ensure that you meet the grading criteria for this assignment. Also review the requirements below for form, format, and presentation guidelines.Problem Preparation and Submission GuidelinesForm, format, presentation, and appearance are almost as important as correct numbers. Poor presentation, in both written work (Word) and spreadsheets (Excel) is an indication of careless thinking and analysis. You cannot earn full credit, even if the solutions are correct, if your work is not presented in a professional manner. All submitted written work should include your name, the course number, and the title of the problem set. In addition, remember that all conclusions must be supported. You should show the steps you took to arrive at your conclusion. Numbers and calculations are not self-explanatory. Your assignment should be “in good and proper form” when submitted. That means, for example, when you prepare economic information, your numbers must be aligned on the decimal and right justified. Use commas for thousands. Use underlines and dollar signs appropriately. Every answer must be properly labeled and supported with calculations in statement or schedule (table) form, as you would do in a professional setting. Do not type formulas, equations, and calculations or show math or equal signs.

In your textbook, please answer the following problems and submit your assignment:Chapter 9, Problem 3 on p.219.Chapter 10, Problem 4 on p.238.Chapter 11, Problem 2 on pp.252-253.Unit 3 Economic ProblemsResources Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide. MBA6008 Course Alignment Map.OverviewThis assignment requires you to analyze economic profit or loss and output using a short-run supply schedule, and to analyze the average total cost (ATC) per unit for different levels of production to determine competitive equilibrium, market price, and profit per unit. Finally, it requires an assessment of firm behavior under competitive conditions.Revisit the MBA6008 Course Alignment Map to review how all activities assist you in achieving the course competencies and overall program outcomes.Activity InstructionYour instructor will post the problems for this unit, titled Unit 3 Economic Problems, in the Updates and Handouts forum. Refer to the Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide to ensure that you meet the grading criteria for this assignment. Also review the requirements below for form, format, and presentation guidelines.Problem Preparation and Submission GuidelinesForm, format, presentation, and appearance are almost as important as correct numbers. Poor presentation, in both written work (Word) and spreadsheets (Excel) is an indication of careless thinking and analysis. You cannot earn full credit, even if the solutions are correct, if your work is not presented in a professional manner. All submitted written work should include your name, the course number, and the title of the problem set. In addition, remember that all conclusions must be supported. You should show the steps you took to arrive at your conclusion. Numbers and calculations are not self-explanatory. Your assignment should be “in good and proper form” when submitted. That means, for example, when you prepare economic information, your numbers must be aligned on the decimal and right justified. Use commas for thousands. Use underlines and dollar signs appropriately. Every answer must be properly labeled and supported with calculations in statement or schedule (table) form, as you would do in a professional setting. Do not type formulas, equations, and calculations or show math or equal signs.

In your textbook, please answer the following problems and submit your assignment:Chapter 9, Problem 3 on p.219.Chapter 10, Problem 4 on p.238.Chapter 11, Problem 2 on pp.252-253.Unit 3 Economic ProblemsResources Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide. MBA6008 Course Alignment Map.OverviewThis assignment requires you to analyze economic profit or loss and output using a short-run supply schedule, and to analyze the average total cost (ATC) per unit for different levels of production to determine competitive equilibrium, market price, and profit per unit. Finally, it requires an assessment of firm behavior under competitive conditions.Revisit the MBA6008 Course Alignment Map to review how all activities assist you in achieving the course competencies and overall program outcomes.Activity InstructionYour instructor will post the problems for this unit, titled Unit 3 Economic Problems, in the Updates and Handouts forum. Refer to the Unit 3 Economic Problems Scoring Guide to ensure that you meet the grading criteria for this assignment. Also review the requirements below for form, format, and presentation guidelines.Problem Preparation and Submission GuidelinesForm, format, presentation, and appearance are almost as important as correct numbers. Poor presentation, in both written work (Word) and spreadsheets (Excel) is an indication of careless thinking and analysis. You cannot earn full credit, even if the solutions are correct, if your work is not presented in a professional manner. All submitted written work should include your name, the course number, and the title of the problem set. In addition, remember that all conclusions must be supported. You should show the steps you took to arrive at your conclusion. Numbers and calculations are not self-explanatory. Your assignment should be “in good and proper form” when submitted. That means, for example, when you prepare economic information, your numbers must be aligned on the decimal and right justified. Use commas for thousands. Use underlines and dollar signs appropriately. Every answer must be properly labeled and supported with calculations in statement or schedule (table) form, as you would do in a professional setting. Do not type formulas, equations, and calculations or show math or equal signs.