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Harvard reference Please take a look at the folder it holds all the necessary i

Harvard reference
Please take a look at the folder it holds all the necessary information needed
Make sure to answer all the questions in it
Make sure to use graphs and charts as they don′t count to the word limit
The word limit is 1000 words +-10%

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Economics

theres comments that my professor wrote. follow that and please refer to the gui

theres comments that my professor wrote. follow that and please refer to the guidelines as its written. The other essay is attached too that the project is suppose to expand on. Please keep it simple

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Problem Sets; Competitive Markets in the Long Run Market Failures Please complet

Problem Sets;
Competitive Markets in the Long Run
Market Failures
Please complete in 2 separate MS Word document with brief but detailed explanation of answer.
Thank you!

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Economics

Specific instructions are that the expert must use software to answer these ques

Specific instructions are that the expert must use software to answer these questions. Software which allows you to write equations and use graphs. Examples may include bloomberg and excel etc
Answers cannot be written on paper

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Gasoline market in 2020. Draw a supply and demand model for gasoline prior to th

Gasoline market in 2020. Draw a supply and demand model for gasoline prior to the pandemic assuming an equilibrium situation (you don’t need numbers). Label your demand D0, your supply S0 and the equilibrium price and quantity P0 and Q0 respectively. In the same graph, illustrate the changes in the U.S. market (demand and/or supply) during April 2020. Label your new curve(s) as D1 and/or S1. Identify the new equilibrium price and quantity (P1 and Q1 respectively). Note that during this time, Saudi Arabia increased the supply of crude oil (prime material for gasoline). Explain your graph.
Use the following information: • Motor Gasoline consumption from March 2020 to April 2020 from the document “October 2021 Monthly Energy Review”, Table 3.7c Petroleum Consumption: Transportation and Electric Power Sectors. • The U.S. Gasoline supplied as reported by the Energy Information Administration from March to April. Use this link: https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=mgfupus2&f=m • The Saudi Arabia crude oil production from February to April as reported by the Energy Information Administration from March to April. Use this link: https://www.eia.gov/opendata/qb.php?category=1039874&sdid=STEO.COPR_SA.M

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Gasoline market in 2020. Draw a supply and demand model for gasoline prior to th

Gasoline market in 2020. Draw a supply and demand model for gasoline prior to the pandemic assuming an equilibrium situation (you don’t need numbers). Label your demand D0, your supply S0 and the equilibrium price and quantity P0 and Q0 respectively. In the same graph, illustrate the changes in the U.S. market (demand and/or supply) during April 2020. Label your new curve(s) as D1 and/or S1. Identify the new equilibrium price and quantity (P1 and Q1 respectively). Note that during this time, Saudi Arabia increased the supply of crude oil (prime material for gasoline). Explain your graph.
Use the following information: • Motor Gasoline consumption from March 2020 to April 2020 from the document “October 2021 Monthly Energy Review”, Table 3.7c Petroleum Consumption: Transportation and Electric Power Sectors. • The U.S. Gasoline supplied as reported by the Energy Information Administration from March to April. Use this link: https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=mgfupus2&f=m • The Saudi Arabia crude oil production from February to April as reported by the Energy Information Administration from March to April. Use this link: https://www.eia.gov/opendata/qb.php?category=1039874&sdid=STEO.COPR_SA.M

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Economics

Introduction, Statement of the problem, Sample data or example, Economics applic

Introduction, Statement of the problem, Sample data or example, Economics application, Conclusions, font size 12, double space, reference page if you quote from others, MLA Format

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Economics

I need help with the start of my paper. Instructions are attached. Including my

I need help with the start of my paper.
Instructions are attached. Including my proposal.
APA citing with footnotes.

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Economics

 Title o Compose an interesting phrase o Avoid using a too-general title, suc

 Title
o Compose an interesting phrase
o Avoid using a too-general title, such as “Generation Z”
 Introduction paragraph (no longer than 10 lines)
o Begin with an attention-getting “hook” (not a question).
o Introduce your topic (an issue specifically related to Millennials generation) and indicate that your essay will analyze articles about it.
• 3-4 Body paragraphs
o Each paragraph should analyze a different article.
Articles must be from the New York Times “Newspapers” database. The articles may come from newspapers or credible websites or blogs.
o In the first sentence of each paragraph, introduce the article’s title, author(s), and main idea.
o The rest of each paragraph should mention between 1-3 general ideas from the article and share your ideas about them (specifics on next page).
o At least half of each paragraph should consist of your ideas. See below for suggestions.
For each idea from the articles you discuss…
 why you agree, partially agree, or disagree
 how well you think the article makes the point
 anything else you find interesting about the idea or how it’s worded
• Develop each of your opinions about each idea. Don’t just state one general thing, such as “I agree with this because I’m tech-savvy and enjoy gaming.”
o Conclusion paragraph
o Provide closure for your essay.
o Avoid bringing up new supporting ideas or just repeating your main ideas.
Format your paragraphs and document source material (research) using MLA style:
• Use Times New Roman 12-point font for MLA style and follow MLA format in all other ways (headers, headings, double-spaced, etc.)

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 Title o Compose an interesting phrase o Avoid using a too-general title, suc

 Title
o Compose an interesting phrase
o Avoid using a too-general title, such as “Generation Z”
 Introduction paragraph (no longer than 10 lines)
o Begin with an attention-getting “hook” (not a question).
o Introduce your topic (an issue specifically related to Millennials generation) and indicate that your essay will analyze articles about it.
• 3-4 Body paragraphs
o Each paragraph should analyze a different article.
Articles must be from the New York Times “Newspapers” database. The articles may come from newspapers or credible websites or blogs.
o In the first sentence of each paragraph, introduce the article’s title, author(s), and main idea.
o The rest of each paragraph should mention between 1-3 general ideas from the article and share your ideas about them (specifics on next page).
o At least half of each paragraph should consist of your ideas. See below for suggestions.
For each idea from the articles you discuss…
 why you agree, partially agree, or disagree
 how well you think the article makes the point
 anything else you find interesting about the idea or how it’s worded
• Develop each of your opinions about each idea. Don’t just state one general thing, such as “I agree with this because I’m tech-savvy and enjoy gaming.”
o Conclusion paragraph
o Provide closure for your essay.
o Avoid bringing up new supporting ideas or just repeating your main ideas.
Format your paragraphs and document source material (research) using MLA style:
• Use Times New Roman 12-point font for MLA style and follow MLA format in all other ways (headers, headings, double-spaced, etc.)