Step 1: Read the articles. These articles contain examples of calculating opportunity costs. You will follow these examples to answer one of the questions listed at the bottom of the topic.
1) 1) The opportunity cost of buying iPhones and Cronuts
By Ben Walsh, September 2013
2)The potential economic costs of Tropical Storm Harvey: Explained
by Nathaniel Meyersohn, August 26, 2017
3)Unpaid internships offer valuable experience, but only for those who can afford it.http://chicagomaroon.com/2012/04/13/opportunity-cost/ by Dillon Cory – Apr 13, 2012
4) 8 Chores That Aren’t Worth Your Time (So Outsource Them!)
https://www.aol.com/article/finance/2014/06/16/chores-not-worth-your-time-outsource-them/20912544/ by Hank Coleman – June 16, 2014
5) Paying for Health care with time
6) It Costs You $43 to Sit Around the Doctor’s Waiting Room
7) What is the Value of Exercise? 2,500 by Gretchen Reyholds, Sep 7, 2016.
8) Listen Planet-Money:
Episode 386: Cost of Free Doughnuts
You are expected to make your own contribution in a main topic as well as respond with value-added comments to at least two of your classmates. You are encouraged to respond to other students as well as to your instructor.
Step 2: Please choose one case to answer the question from the list below.
You are standing in line. Think about what you would be doing if you are not in this line. The alternatives are infinite and computing the cost of them all is impossible. However, since you could only be doing one thing (not all of them) if you are not in this line, determining the opportunity cost requires only knowing the one thing you would be doing. Calculate (in $$$) your opportunity costs of standing in line.
Think about what you would be doing if you weren’t in class. The alternatives are infinite and computing the cost of them all is impossible. However, since you could only be doing one thing (not all of them) if you were not in class, determining the opportunity cost requires only knowing the one thing you would be doing. Calculate (in $$$) your opportunity costs of sitting in class.
The classic example of opportunity cost is the costs of going to college. Illustrate the implicit opportunity cost of foregone income as well as tuition, books, etc. Think about whether room and board should be considered a cost of college. What are your opportunity costs of going to college? Calculate (in $$$) your opportunity costs of going to college.
Discuss the opportunity costs of natural disasters. Create your own example of the opportunity costs of natural disaster. Calculate (in $$$) opportunity costs of natural disaster.
Discuss the opportunity costs of your visiting the doctor’s office. Calculate (in $$$) your opportunity costs of your visiting the doctor’s office.
Read the articles and create your own example of opportunity costs. Your ideas should be supported by calculation (in $$$) of opportunity cost
Step 3: Reflection – the students also should include a paragraph in the initial response in their own words, using microeconomic terminology, reflecting on specifically what they learned from the assignment and how they think they could apply what they learned in the workplace or in everyday life
Principle of economics 1
Economics Assignment Help Hello I need help answering this question for my class it is a discussion.. please dont copy google.
The subject of economics is now mainstream and the “dismal science” affects our daily lives. In what way does economics play a part in your daily activities? Provide 3 specific examples and what is the alternative or trade-off for each? (Do not use Google to determine the response, think about what you do each day and then formulate your argument).
Recognizing Fake News and Disinformation
The Week 2 Lesson has two parts, exploring types of digital information and sources and fake news and disinformation (CO3). One of the most important skills we learn as adults is information literacy and the ability to evaluate sources and recognize if these sources are accurate.
For this week’s forum, we are exploring websites that check information for bias, misinformation, and possible fake news misinformation. Go to the following websites and review the methodology they use to test information for accuracy.
Our Process at FactCheck.org
Methodology at Media Bias/Fact Check
Transparency at Snopes.com
After you have looked over these websites and reviewed the methodology of each website, please answer the following:
Which website do you find has the best way to review information for accuracy?
Do any of these websites have any gaps in their methodology?
Why is it important for everyone to be able to evaluate information?
To add to the complexity of plagiarism, please review the apology from Snopes about the recent scandal at Snopes.
Three posts minimum.
The initial forum response is due by Thursday at 11:55 p.m. EST and must be 250 words in length.
For peer replies, respond to at least two of your classmates by Sunday at 11:55 p.m. EST and give meaningful replies that advance the discussion.
Before you post, please thoroughly edit your writing to ensure it is professional and academic. For more details about the initial post and peer replies are graded, see the attached grading rubric.It- Just write a 250-word post.