Essay Writing Help- PHY1010 Discussion Questions and ECO 2401 Questions: What is the point of the circular flow model: what are some leakages and injections into the circular flow model: and how are the leakages and injections related to the circular flow?

ECO 2401 CLASS

 

Unit II Discussion Board Question

 

Examine the following variables that could affect the price of oil:

  1. Tax credits were offered for expenditures on home insulation.
  2. The Alaskan pipeline was completed.
  3. A supposed ceiling on the price of oil was removed.
  4. A new, very large deposit of oil was discovered.
  5. Buyers in large numbers all of the sudden started driving large sport utility vehicles.
  6. The use of nuclear power suddenly decreased.

Choose any two of the above variables, and describe how your selections would affect oil prices based on the supply and demand analysis.

Unit III Discussion Board Question

 

Trace through the circular flow model in Chapter 6. What is the point of the circular flow model, what are some leakages and injections into the circular flow model, and how are the leakages and injections related to the circular flow?

Unit IV Discussion Board Question

 

If actual inflation exceeds anticipated inflation, who will lose purchasing power, and who will gain? How does unanticipated inflation harm the country? As part of your answer, include how you and your employer would both be affected.

 

PHY 1010 CLASS

 

 ANSWER EACH QUESTION 200 WORDS EACH

 

Unit II Discussion Board Question

 

It is predicted that clean water will one day be more valuable than oil. Do you think this is plausible? Why or why not? Summarize some of the threats to clean water. Contrast this to your local water source. Do you know the source of your drinking water (local river, aquifer, or reservoir?). What are possible contaminates where you live?

In your response to another student, compare the water challenges in your area with the ones discussed by another student in his/her post. Does your area suffer from droughts? Floods? Contamination? You might also share an experience where you have had limited water resource and explain what that was like.

Unit III Discussion Board Question

 

Pick ONE of these two questions to respond to:

Have you, or someone you know, personally experienced an earthquake? Describe the moment just before the earthquake. What was the earthquake itself like? How was your life and the local population affected?

Or:

Imagine that your city was hit by a major earthquake. What kind of damage would you see? For example, are there dams upstream of your city that might burst and release floodwaters? Are there any major pipelines that would be vulnerable, leading to fires? Are you near a coast? Is there a threat of tsunamis? Do you think your city’s building codes are enough to withstand a major earthquake?

Unit IV Discussion Board Question

 

Discuss the geologic history of the area where you live or grew up. Discuss some of the major factors that might have played a role in shaping the local terrain (major rivers, sea-level changes, volcanoes, ancient sea beds, glaciers, earthquakes, etc.). If needed, spend a few minutes researching your state on-line, (search for your state and “geologic history”). Be sure to list all sources that you use in your answer.

Based on the descriptions of the other students, respond to a student who lives in a place that you would like to live or visit. What is it about the geology of the place that intrigues you? Be sure to keep the discussion based in science.

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