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Principles of Economics 2e

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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
ISBN: 9781947172364

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Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
ISBN: 9781947172364
Textbook Problem

Say that the average worker in Canada has a productivity level of Chapter 20, Problem 34P, Say that the average worker in Canada has a productivity level of per hour while the average worker , example  1 per hour while the average worker in the United Kingdom has a productivity level of Chapter 20, Problem 34P, Say that the average worker in Canada has a productivity level of per hour while the average worker , example  2 per hour (both measured in U.S. dollars). Over the next five years, say that worker productivity in Canada grows at Chapter 20, Problem 34P, Say that the average worker in Canada has a productivity level of per hour while the average worker , example  3 per year while worker productivity in the UK grows Chapter 20, Problem 34P, Say that the average worker in Canada has a productivity level of per hour while the average worker , example  4 per year. After five years, whiz) will have the higher productivity level, and by how much?

To determine

The country that will have a higher productivity level after 5 years and also the amount by which the productivity has increased is to be determined.

Explanation

Formula to be used is:

Starting Amount (1 + =Growth rate) Number of years = Ending amount

In the 5 years the productivity is as follows:

Canada: 

  =$30×(1.01)5=$31.53$30×(1.01)5=$31

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