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I need these homework questions answered. and also an additional two questions that I will attach. Page 174-75: #2, 8 Page 205-206: #1, 4, 9 Page 235-236: 4, 9 Pg. 174 2. Imagine that the community you live in decides to enact a rent control of \$700 per
month on every one-bedroom apartment. Using the following table, determine the market price and equilibrium quantity without rent control. How many one-bedroom apartments will be rented after the rent-control law is passed? Monthly Rent Quantity Demanded Quantity
Supplied \$600 700 240 \$700 550 320 \$800 400 400 \$900 250 480 \$1,000 100 560 8. The demand and supply curves that we use can also be represented with equations. Suppose that the demand for low-skill labor, Qd, is represented by the following equation, where
W is the wage rate: Qd = 53,000,000 – 3,000,000W The supply of low-skill labor, Qs, is represented by the equation Qs = -10,000,000 + 6,000,000W a. Find the equilibrium wage. (HINT: Set Qd = Qs and solve for the wage, W.) b. Find the equilibrium quantity of
labor. (HINT: Now plug the value you got in part (a) back into Qd or Qs. You can double-check your answer by plugging the answer from part (a) into both Qd and Qs to see that you get the same result.) c. What happens if the minimum wage is \$8? (HINT: Plug
W = 8 into both Qd and Qs.) Does this cause a surplus or a shortage? d. What happens if the minimum wage is \$6? (HINT: Plug W = 6 into Qd and Qs.) Does this cause a surplus or a shortage? Pg. 205 4. If the government wants to raise tax revenue, which of the
following items are good candidates for an excise tax? Why? a. granola bars b. cigarettes c. toilet paper d. automobile tires e. bird feeders Pg. 236 4. Can you think of a reason why making cars safer would create negative externalities? Explain. 9. A study
finds that leaf blowers make too much noise, so the government imposes a \$10 tax on the sale of every unit to correct for the social cost of the noise pollution. The tax completely internalizes the externality. Before the corrective tax, Blown Away Manufacturing
regularly sold blower for \$100. After the tax is in place, the consumer price for leaf blowers rises to \$105. a. Describe the impact of the tax on the number of leaf blowers sold. b. What is the socially optimal price to the consumer? c. What is the private
market price? d. What net price is Blown Away receiving after it pays the tax?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Multiple Problems
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I need this before 9pm tonight.
Attached are two additional questions from the book I need answered. Only answer # ***** and the #9 of the attachment image. I also uploaded a word doc of the questions i submitted so it will be clearer to answer.
Thanks
Expert:  F. Naz replied 1 year ago.
Okay I will provide the answer for two question, number 1 and number 9 by your deadline. Do you also need answers for other questions as well so I am sending you the offer for whole assignment.