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By George Abbott Osborne

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Many of the examples were accumulated from ordinary treatises, yet a substantial quantity were ready by means of the writer to demonstrate designated problems, or to professional vide routines corresponding extra approximately with the talents of general scholars. With few exceptions they've got all been validated by way of use within the class-room.

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00. 00 of revenue. But the vertex (kink point) at 3 1/3, 3 1/3 is better for it yields revenue of 6 2/3. 5. Each iso-revenue curve constitutes the locus of all points yielding the same revenue. 00 iso-revenue curve are feasible. Point 3 1/3, 3 1/3 is feasible and lies on the 6 2/3 iso-revenue curve. Since the 6 2/3 iso-revenue curve just touches the production transformation curve only at point 3 1/3, 3 1/3 , graphical intuition suggests that this point yields the revenue maximizing output. 10 To determine the kink-point note that it must lie on both 2X + 4Y = 20 and 2X + Y = 10.

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2 Production transformation — Mobilizing for World War II For a second production transformation curve example, consider the mobilization of the United States economy for World War II. 2 is a rough but not unreasonable estimate of the tradeoffs between producing civilian goods versus production for the war effort. On the ordinate (y-axis) we plot total expenditures on war. On the abscissa (x-axis) we have civilian utilization, defined as Gross Domestic Product minus wartime expenditure. 3 In 1939 we had civilian utilization of 891 billion and war output of 12 billion.

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