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QUESTION 16 [Table 2] The dollar amounts that go in blanks (1) is: Table 2 -1 -5 -7 -2 -3 -6 Quantity Marginal Marginal Total Total Sold Revenue Cost Revenue Profit Price Cost \$10 10 80 \$100 \$20 \$10 11 (A) 8 88 \$110 \$22 \$10 12 (B) (E) 97 (1) \$10 13 (F) 107 (H) (D) \$10 14 (D) 11 118 \$140 \$22 a

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QUESTION 16 [Table 2] The dollar amounts that go in blanks (1) is: Table 2 -1 -5 -7 -2 -3 -6 Quantity Marginal Marginal Total Total Sold Revenue Cost Revenue Profit Price Cost \$10 10 80 \$100 \$20 \$10 11 (A) 8 88 \$110 \$22 \$10 12 (B) (E) 97 (1) \$10 13 (F) 107 (H) (D) \$10 14 (D) 11 118 \$140 \$22 a. \$20 Ob. \$22 Oc. \$23 Od. \$24

To answer the questions that follow, consider the accompanying table for the neighboring nations of Northland and West Coast. Product Northland West Coast 30,000 300,000 The table lists maximum feasible hourly rates of production of pastries if no sandwiches are produced and maximum feasible hourly rates of production of sandwiches if no pastries are produced. Assume that the opportunity costs of producing these goods are constant in both nations. Pastries (per hour) Sandwiches (per hour) 12,000 240,000 Note: Enter each response as a whole number, decimal rounded to two places, or fraction. The opportunity cost of producing 1 pastry in Northland is 40 sandwiches, and the opportunity cost of producing 1 sandwich in Northland is pastries.