##### tella can produce either a combination of 40 pizzas and 30 calzones or a combination of 55 pizzas and 13 calzones. If she now produces 40 pizzas and 30 calzones, what is the opportunity cost of producing an additional 15 pizzas? Your answer will be in terms of calzones.NittanyLand can produce either 132 pounds of vegetables or 65 pounds of meat per day. What is NittanyLand?s opportunity cost of producing one pound of vegetables? If your answer is a fraction, round to two decimal places. Your answer will be in pounds of meat.NittanyLand can produce either 100 pounds of vegetables or 58 pounds of meat per day. What is NittanyLand?s opportunity cost of producing one pound of meat? If your answer is a fraction, round to two decimal places. Your answer will be in pounds of vegetables.The table below shows maximum combinations of capital goods (such as machinery and equipment) and consumer goods (such as toys and clothing) that NittanyLand can produce in one day. Use this table to answer the question below it.Capital and Consumer GoodsCapital GoodsConsumer GoodsSuppose NittanyLand is currently producing 50 consumer goods. What is the opportunity cost of producing an additional 10 consumer goods?

tella can produce either a combination of 40 pizzas and 30 calzones or a combination of 55 pizzas and 13 calzones. If she now produces 40 pizzas and 30 calzones, what is the opportunity cost of producing an additional 15 pizzas? Your answer will be in terms of calzones.NittanyLand can produce either 132 pounds of vegetables or 65 pounds of meat per day. What is NittanyLand?s opportunity cost of producing one pound of vegetables? If your answer is a fraction, round to two decimal places. Your answer will be in pounds of meat.NittanyLand can produce either 100 pounds of vegetables or 58 pounds of meat per day. What is NittanyLand?s opportunity cost of producing one pound of meat? If your answer is a fraction, round to two decimal places. Your answer will be in pounds of vegetables.The table below shows maximum combinations of capital goods (such as machinery and equipment) and consumer goods (such as toys and clothing) that NittanyLand can produce in one day. Use this table to answer the question below it.Capital and Consumer GoodsCapital GoodsConsumer GoodsSuppose NittanyLand is currently producing 50 consumer goods. What is the opportunity cost of producing an additional 10 consumer goods? [ Select ] [“12”, “30”, “10”, “18”] [ Select ] [“capital goods”, “consumer goods”] The table below shows maximum combinations of capital goods (such as machinery and equipment) and consumer goods (such as toys and clothing) that NittanyLand can produce in one day. Use this table to answer the question below it.Capital and Consumer GoodsCapital GoodsConsumer GoodsSuppose NittanyLand is currently producing 40 capital goods. What is the opportunity cost of producing an additional 8 capital goods? [ Select ] [“20”, “10”, “8”, “0”] [ Select ] [“capital goods”, “consumer goods”] Suppose that Chad and Eric work at an auto shop. Chad can change the oil in 5 cars per day, or wash 2 cars per day. Eric can change the oil in 9 cars per day, or wash 3 cars per day. Use this information to answer the five questions below.