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Sample of Ondo State School of Nursing Entrance Examination
MUA = PA where A = good, A:P = price of good A; MU = Marginal Utility
The above equation represents:
- Total utility equation
- Marginal utility equation
- Equilibrium equation
- Utility maximization equation
For a free commodity, a rational consumer will continuously increase his consumption until:
- His marginal utility becomes zero
- He attains the highest marginal utility level
- His marginal utility equal the price he would have paid
- He decides to stop
A rational consumer will adjust his spending pattern so that:
- The marginal utility he gets from the last naira spent on each item is the same
- The total amount of money he spends on each item is the same
- The total utility he gets from each item is the same
- The marginal utility he gets from the last unit of each item is the same
The sum of the first 20 terms of the progression 3, 6, 12, … is
- 3(221 – 1)
- 3(220 – 1)
- 3(220 + 1)
- 3(221 + 1)
Mr. Robson bought bags of orange for =N=2,500 each. He sold them for =N=90,000 at a loss of
20%. How many bags of orange did he buy?
The second and fifth terms of a geometric progression are 21 and 567 respectively find the first term and the common ratio of the progression.
- 3, 7
- 7, 3
- -7, 3
- -3, 7
Tunse bought a house for =N=1,250,000 and spent =N=350,000.00 to renovate it. He then sold the house for =N=2,000,000.00. What is the percentage gain?
List the integral values of which satisfy the inequality -2 < 7 – 3x ≤ 10
- -1, 0, 1, 2
- -2, 0, 1
- 0, 1,2