hey you tuna fish hag....why don't you answer this simple question? Should be easy for an "expert" from the Salvation Army College that you are so proud of. Don't tell me you are still looking up the entire subject from the word economy onward! I thought you were an expert. This is EASY stuff...yet not one word from you on it.<quoted text>
Time to out Terri Tanna the tuna again folks. The class will enjoy you response. Here we have Terri talking about "The Calculus"...
"How do you describe your level of proficiency in The Calculus (differential and integral) that is the ENTIRE LANGUAGE OF ECONOMICS TODAY?" as she says in the above.
...yet I'll bet she has absolutely NO CLUE WHATSOEVER what that means, how to apply it, how it applies to current economics and that she cannot explain in plain english a simple example of how it is used.
So, let's TEST her to see if she knows what she is talking about, or if she is just posting BS to try and impress folks here in order to (she thinks) impress you. I bet she is absolutely clueless in calculus and the economy. This simple exercise will prove that.
So, here we go.
OK Terri, please use a simple model like making ...bricks. Please tell us all how making bricks (or anything else) relates to the following concepts in "the calculus" as you call it in terms of economics:
economics and cost & revenue and profit
fixed costs vs variable costs
revenue as it relates to linear and non-linear costs
break even point
constant fixed costs
instantaneous rate of change
You should have NO PROBLEM with this simple explanation and discussion since you constantly refer to "The Calculus" and how it relates to economics. These are the most basic fundamentals of economics as related to calculus and it's explaining of the different aspects of the economic model.
You are being graded on this simple exercise, A-F. Unfortunately we cannot show delta T calculations here or many of the other calculations as Topix will not support it, so we will keep it simple for you. Just explain in plain english the relationship of the above terms in your model for making a simple item like bricks. As this is a freshman level question and it can't get any simpler this should be a cakewalk for you if you know what you are talking about. It should not take more than a short paragraph for you to explain your answer.
WE AWAIT YOUR RESPONSE.
I will keep bringing it up until you start answering.