# DSE @2008-Paper discussion Please join

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## DSE @2008-Paper discussion Please join

 Hi..can we discuss the paper here http://economicsentrance.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/0/5/1105777/28_june_2008_option_a.pdfsolution  http://economicsentrance.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/0/5/1105777/dse2008_ans.pdfI have doubts in question 16,17,21,27,55 and 56...what is the idea behind chain base index and an ideal price index? Thanks in advance
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 Ideal price index is Fisher Index which is the geometric mean of Laspayers and Pasche Index.  "I don't ride side-saddle. I'm as straight as a submarine"
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 Hey..i cudnt find anything in bernanke or dornbausch...or varian....can you send me a link?..can you help me  with 17..its seems very easy but i am not able to put the expression together
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 http://mathematics.svtuition.org/2008/10/why-fisher-index-number-is-so-ideal.html  "I don't ride side-saddle. I'm as straight as a submarine"
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 In reply to this post by kangkan Q17...this follows implicit diff del z/del x=- fx/fz solve this...u'll get ans as b
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 For 21 use the median formula.. md=l+h/f*(N/2-C) n=100 l=5 h=3 f=65 c=30 subs ...u will get ans as b
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 In reply to this post by Granpa Simpson Right! Thanks :-)
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 In reply to this post by The Villain @ron..hey l is lower limit of the median class right...shudnt it be 2?
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 @kangkan..tth median class is 2-4.99 here l is 2(lower lt of md class) n=100 h=3 c=25 f=45 solve this...by mistake i wrote some wrong values above
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 hey ron with l=2 i am getting median value as 2000 something  :(
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 @kangkan.. 2+3/45(100/2-30) =3.33 :-)))
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 i realy shud use the calculator
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 In reply to this post by kangkan can sum1 help me with the budget contraint in q43
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 Pc+Wr=w(L*)  where r=leisure,L*= labour endowmment
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 can somebody solve 38,39,55 and 56 ?? what about 45th q..where is the labour demand ??
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 for the problem 55, if we think very easily that we can all values n*1 or n*0 then n belongs to Natural No....then it is gotta very easily for all finite set of all real numbers x.
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 @akansha..for 45..they are asking for mkt clearing wage...so Ld must be equal to L bar= Ls :)
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 for 38 For the integrated firm,the profit max prob will be max 10K + 20F- K^2[(5-E)^2)+1] -F^2*E^2 Diffrebtiate with respect to E..you willget the optimum value of E for 39..the profit max prob with tax t max 10K -K^2[(5-E)^2 +1]-tE Againg ,diffe to E..we get the ans
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 thanx mrittik nd kangkan kangkan for q 39..ur equation doesnt contain F..whereas as the tax rate is in terms of F and K ?and for q 45..L bar is labour endowment ryt and not labour demand.. can u plz tell the expression for labour demand plz help..thanks