# JNU Questions,

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## JNU Questions,

 JNU 2009, A19, Answer should be a, correct? JNU 2008, A10, answer is a, correct? A21, b? A23, e? B6, d? B9, a? How does one go about in B10? And did anyone could crack C4? JNU 2007, A14, its a? A16, its a right?
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 evn im getting same for des except- a10 2008- e(any of dos is possible)
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 In reply to this post by vaibhavR @ vaibhav 2008 A 10 it should be e A 23 its b , i,e. 500 B9 is c  change in India's RER = india's ER + domestic inflation rate - trading partner's inflation rate i hope it helps :)
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 aastha wrote @ vaibhav 2008 A 10 it should be e A 23 its b , i,e. 500 B9 is c  change in India's RER = india's ER + domestic inflation rate - trading partner's inflation rate i hope it helps :) hey tell me what wrong with this: For A10, X = 10             30 TC= 10            20 AC=  1              0.66 MC= (TC2-TC1)/(X2-X1)= 0.5 Since MC cuts AC from below and at its minimum. So when AC is minimum, AC=MC. Since they are not equal right now and AC is falling, AC will keep falling and MC will keep rising till they both are equal .. MC should be > 0.5 for A 23, I am getting 535?? You just have to sum the infinte GP, right? for B9, shouldnt it be : change in India's RER = india's ER + trading partner's inflation rate -domestic inflation rate ?? sincce R = ePf/P