#### XPFMember

XPRS Moderator
Hi everyone, AsSalamoAlaikum Wr Wb...

To get things organized in a better way, I am making this thread. As othewise, some queries remain unanswered!

Regards,
XPC Staff.

#### Xenon

@darenchamp08
please mention the subject name as well in your post since this thread is for three subjects

#### Xenon

ah accounting... sorry darenchamp08, I didn't have accounting in my a-levels. If you have any problem with economics, I'll try to help

#### raza-rocker

viewtopic.php?f=26&t=12036

viewtopic.php?f=26&t=12024

please see the twoo links and help me ... these question r making me crazy

#### yuliana95

raza-rocker said:
Sorry I will not do accounting.. I'm afraid that I can't help..

#### raza-rocker

anyone can help me out with this ??

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#### aaakhtar19

raza-rocker said:
anyone can help me out with this ??
i think its like the total cost would be 322-316 = 6
and external cost would not b paid by business ,i-e 2.
remaining cost would b internal which is 4 :wink: :wink:

#### aaakhtar19

i hv also got a prob of Accounting A2 level 9706
9706_qp_43 year 2011 may june
q 1 Trade and other receivables??

#### Ambreen

Raza which paper is that?

#### Ambreen

Hi everybody...
I need help for J11P31 N4 ?
Explain to me, how the answer becomes A as per the mark scheme :/
I'll be grateful! Thanks in advance!

if possible draw the accounts with good explanation and email me on [email protected]

Thanks again.

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#### Ambreen

raza-rocker said:
anyone can help me out with this ??
You have to calculate the change in the cost of producing 23rd and 24th products, that is $322-$316 = $6 Now find the change in External cost between the two products, that is$18-$16 =$2

Thus the additional costs incurred is $4 ($6-$4) #### Ambreen raza-rocker said: anyone can help me out with this ?? You have to calculate the change in the cost of producing 23rd and 24th products, that is$322-$316 =$6

Now find the change in External cost between the two products, that is $18-$16 = $2 Thus the additional costs incurred is$4 ($6-$4)

#### Ambreen

You have to calculate the change in the cost of producing 23rd and 24th products, that is $322-$316 = $6 Now find the change in External cost between the two products, that is$18-$16 =$2

Thus the additional costs incurred is $4 ($6-\$4)

#### Ambreen

Please help me with the questions i am posting koz i am having great problems in solving some questions of paper 3! Thanks!

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#### darenchamp08

hi can anyone help me with NOV04 P4 Q3.b

Analyse what effects an increase in investment might have on an economy? (13)

#### raza-rocker

darenchamp08 said:
hi can anyone help me with NOV04 P4 Q3.b

Analyse what effects an increase in investment might have on an economy? (13)
1)u can write abt tht increase in investment means a low standard of living in present bt a higher standard of living in future
2) write abt future prosperity and economic growth
3) if investment is made by foreign investors into your economy then more foreign currency reserves
4) increase in investment can improve balance of payment of the country
5) investment would create more jobs ( show LRAS n demand curve)

i guess there r many points that can be written for this question

#### Xenon

raza-rocker said:
darenchamp08 said:
hi can anyone help me with NOV04 P4 Q3.b

Analyse what effects an increase in investment might have on an economy? (13)
1)u can write abt tht increase in investment means a low standard of living in present bt a higher standard of living in future
2) write abt future prosperity and economic growth
3) if investment is made by foreign investors into your economy then more foreign currency reserves
4) increase in investment can improve balance of payment of the country
5) investment would create more jobs ( show LRAS n demand curve)
valid points but it's missing important things.... here's my suggestion
start with the definition of investment.. then mention it is a part of AD and acts as an injection in the circular flow of national income (if you want to lengthen your ans, give brief def of injection and circular flow of national income as well)... now an increase in investment (I) has the potential of creating a positive multiplier effect which will help to increase employment, output, national income .. you can also write briefly about the accelerator effect.. that the increase in national income resulting from the initial rise in I can encourage investors to further invest... nevertheless there will a rise in NI or AD... it is important here to describe the multiplier effect and also include a diagram... this can be AD/AS one or the 45 degree line diagram....

now, a rise in AD can increase the price level causing demand-pull inflation.. (if you use the AD/AS diagram, it will benefit you here as you can support this point by drawing reference to the diagram)... again only the price can increase without any rise in output if the economy is operating in the full-employment level where the AS curve is vertical.. but then again investment also works in the AS side as well (unique feature of investment).... so if the investment is in productive sector there can be a shift of AS in the long run which will again bring down prices....