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(a) Express the solution of the initial-value problem in terms of erfc(x).(b) Use tables or a CAS to find the value of y(2). Use a CAS to graph the solution curve for the IVP on

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EXTERNALITIES & PROPERTY RIGHTS ● negative externality = when part of the cost of an activity falls on people not pursuing the activity ● positive externality = when some fraction of the benefit of an activity is received by people not participating in the activity ● if the market equilibrium quantity is greater than the socially optimal quantity, one can infer that… there is a negative externality associated with this good ● if the external benefit of an activity is added to the private benefits, then the demand curve shifts right ● an external benefit implies that private markets will provide too little of the good (relative to the social optimum) and an external cost implies that private markets will provide too much

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Author: Dennis G. Zill
ISBN: 9781111827052

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