Answer:

c.Equilibrium price will rise; equilibrium quantity will rise.

Explanation:

If there's an increase in demand and supply remains unchanged. The demand curve would shift to the right and there would be an excess of demand over supply. Equilibrium price and quantity would increase.

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**Answer:**

**d. -$4,608**

**Explanation:**

The computation of the total capital gain is shown below:

Total capital gains is

= (End value - Beginning value) × 900 shares

= ($34.08 - $39.20) × 900 shares

= -$4,608

Hence, the total capital gain on this investment is -$4,608

Therefore the option d is correct

And, the same is to be relevant

**Answer:**

She should report $2400.00

**Explanation:**

She has a contract for 64 hours and she gets $3200.00 Just by aritmethics, this is doing a division we can find that she gets $50.00 for every hour, therefore if she gives 48 hours in 2019 we multiply $50.00 for 48 hours and we get $2,400.00

**Answer:**

Inelastic; elastic

**Explanation:**

Goods with inelastic demand curves tend to raise more government revenue compared to goods with the elastic demand curve. An increase in price does not affect the demand of inelastic goods and it remains the same, that is why, governments usually increase the prices of goods that have inelastic demand curve, for example, petrol and toll tax, etc.

**Answer:**

$43,500

**Explanation:**

Direct labor costs refer to the salaries that are paid to the employees that perform a job that is related to the production of a good. In this case, it would be the wages of the employees that work in the production of the units budgeted.

To calculate the total cost, first you have to calculate the amount of hours require to produce 11,600 units:

1 unit → 15 minutes

11,600 units → x

x=(11,600*15)/1= 174,000 minutes

1 hour → 60 minutes

x ← 174,000 minutes

x=(1*174,000)/60= 2,900 hours

Now, you can calculate the total budgeted direct labor costs by multiplying the labor rate per hour for the number of hours needed to manufacture the units budgeted:

$15*2,900= $43,500

According to this, the answer is that the total budgeted direct labor costs for February is $43,500.