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can we start a discussion of DSE 2015 question paper ?

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Sure, you can go ahead. I encourage discussions, would love to contribute a bit but I just hope they will remain discussions. It would be notsointeresting for me to reply to posts like these  "Please provide solutions to Ques # X, Y, Z etc."


41 answer is c
44 answer b
45 answer d
let us first discuss this then we will discuss 42,43,46,47


can we discuss question 23 and 24?


i have just seen ur message , sure let us start .


I tried to solve it but I'm not sure whether my solution is correct or not. Although I could guess the answers somehow.


i got (a) by differentiating utility function by q and deriving the demand curve.
finally it was like a monopolist question.
tell me ur approach.


i got (a) by differentiating utility function by q and deriving the demand curve.
finally it was like a monopolist question.
tell me ur approach.


also please confirm if 21 = (b) and 22 = (a) are correct.


For ques 23 even I got the answer following your approach. But I'm confused because of screening. Do we have to consider the screening effect in this question? If yes then the answer will differ.


Thank you sir.
Sir if high type consumers are always going to choose (qlow, tlow), then how will the monopolist differentiate among the two types of consumers. And it's clearly mentioned in the question that the monopolist can observe both the types of consumers.

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In Q 23, he can observe the type. So, he can offer different plans to the two types.
In Q 24, monopolist cannot observe the type. In this case, both the types will choose the (qL, tL).
I have provided solutions to both the questions in the video, please see it carefully.


Thank you so much sir. All my doubts are clear now.


for 22 , i am getting (a) as an answer , please see through it.


mike buddy how come ?
like i am getting two values of Px/Py upon solving
they are 1 and 9/7


Hey maecon, we get only one value of px/py.
Even for question 21 we get only one value.

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