POSSIBILITIES

Possibilities Food (millions of tons per year) Tractors (millions per year) A 0 30 B 4 28 C 8 24 D 12 20 E 16 14 F 20 8 G 24 0 a. Is it possible for this nation to produce thirty million tons of food per year? Why or why not. b. Is it possible for this nation to produce thirty million tractors per year? Why or why not. c. Suppose this society produces twenty million tons of food and six million tractors per year. Is it operating on its production possibilities frontier? d. What factors might cause this nation to produce at a point within its production possibilities frontier?

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