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Attempts: 15 1s Do No Harm: 1.5/3 2. Comparative and absolute advantage Tim and Alyssa are farmers. Each one owns a 10-acre plot of land. The following table shows the amount of corm and rye each farmer can produce per year on a given acre. Each farmer chooses whether to devote all acres to producing corn or rye or to produce com on some of the land and rye on the Corn Rye 12 Alyssa 20 On the following graph, use the blue line (circle symbol) to plot Tims production possibihities frontier (PPF), and use the purple Nine (diamond symbol) to plot Alyssas PPF
Homework (Ch 03) On the following graph, use the blue line (circle symbol) to plot Tims production possibilities frontier (PPF), and use the purple line (diamond symbol) to plot Alyssas PPF Tims PPF Alyssas PPF D t 0 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 CORN (Bushels)
Alyssas PPP 40 + 30 20 0 50 100 150 200 20 300 360 400 450 00 CORN (Bushels) has an absolute advantage in the production of corn, and v has an absolute advantage in the production of rye. Tims opportunity cost of producing 1 bushel of rye is bushels of corn, whereas Alyssas opportunity cost of producing 1 bushel of rye is bushels of corn. Because Tim has aopportunity cost of producing rye than ▼ has a comparative advantage in the production of corn. Alyssa, has a comparative advantage in the production of rye, andY
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