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# Suppose the production of a particular good causes a negative externality. based on market forces​ only, how will this impact the production levels for a factory if negative externalities are​ present? a. it will produce the good below the socially efficient level. b. it will produce the same level regardless of whether externalities are present. c. it will produce the good above the socially efficient level. d. negative externalities do not impact production levels.

Gino's restaurant is a popular restaurant in boston, massachusetts. the owner of the restaurant has been trying to better understand costs at the restaurant and has hired a student intern to conduct an activity-based costing study. the intern, in consultation with the owner, identified the following major activities: activity cost pool activity measure serving a party of diners number of parties served serving a diner number of diners served serving drinks number of drinks ordered some costs, such as the cost of cleaning the linens that cover the restaurant's tables, vary with the number of parties served. other costs, such as washing plates and glasses, depends on the number of diners served or the number of drinks served. data concerning these activities are shown below. serving a party serving a dinner serving drinks total total cost \$47,600 \$153,000 \$59,800 \$260,400 total activity 7,000 parties 30,000 diners 46,000 drinks prior to the activity-based costing study, the owner knew very little about the costs of the restaurant. she knew that the total cost for the month was \$260,400 and that 30,000 diners had been served. therefore, the average cost per diner was \$8.68.required: 1. compute the activity rates for each of the three activities 2. according to the activity-based costing system, what is the total cost of serving each of the following parties of diners? a. a party of four diners who ordered three drinks in total b. a party of two diners who do not order any drinks c. a lone diner who orders two drinks 3. convert the total costs you computed in part (1) above to costs per diner. in other words, what is the average cost per diner for serving each of the following parties: a. a party of four diners who order three drinks in total b. a party of two diner who do not order any drinks c. a lone diner who orders two drinks 4. why do the costs per diner for the three different parties differ from each other and from the overall average coast of \$9.80 per diner?
Investing in quality time involves a. being fully present when spending time with a child. b. making sure to use time-out right away. c. filling the day with activities. d. making sure to pair children together for each day's activities.