2016/2017 WAEC GCE EXPO:ECONOMICS THEORY AND OBJ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS NOW AVAILABLE.HERE

2016/2017 WAEC GCE EXPO:ECONOMICS THEORY AND OBJ QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS NOW AVAILABLE.HERE


ECONOMICS OBJ:

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(1a)
Total population of the country
Age:
0-17=900
18-49=550
50-60=300
60 and above=250
=2000

(1b)
Under 18=900
60 and above=250
The ratio=900:250
=18:5

(1bii)
Dependency ratio is 0-17

(1c)
Percentage of the population that constitute the labour force
Age:
18-49=550
50-60=300
=850

Total population is 2000
% of labour force=850/2000*100%
=42%

(1d)
The population decliner because it reduce from the age 1-17 to 60 and above

(1e)
Per capital income:
4000000/850=4705.682
Aproximately=4706


(3a)
(i) Wants: Wants are desire to own goods and services that gives satitisfaction.Human wants are insatiable and unlimited.Human beings have unlimited wants but the resources are limited relative to the demand for them

(ii) Scarcity: It is the limited supply of reources which are used for satisfaction of unlimited wants>It is the limited in supply or shortage in supply of available resources relative to demand for it.It arises as a result of the inability of available resources to satisfy the unlimited wants of man

(iii) Scale of preference: It is the arragement of wants in order of imporatance.It is a list of individual wants in order of their relative importance makes it easier for choice to be made when we draw scale of preference

(iv) Opportunity cost: It is the expression of cost in relation to the forgone alternative.It is the cost of the alternative forgone

(3b)
(i) Satisfaction of human wants: Economics deals with human being and the satisfaction of their numerous needs with their limited available resources

(ii) Allocation of scarce resource: As a result of the fact that the resources within the limt of human being are not in abundance,It becomes necessary to study economics so as to decide on the alternative uses of the scarce resources to satisfy the unlimited resources

(iii) Rational decision: It enable us to take a rational decision pertaining to business and other policy matters

(iv) Economic analysis: It enable us to build up theories and tools of economic analysis
(5a)
(i) Direct tax refers to the type of tax imposed directly on income of individual or organisation by the government or the agency.
(ii) Indirect tax refers to the taxes which are imposed or levied on goods and services.

(5b)
(i) It generate income for the country
(ii) It discourages excess importation of foreign goods
(iii) To promote locally produced
(iv) To discourage importation of harmful goods into the country

(5c)
(i) It is said directly to the seller of good which remit it to the appropriate tax authority
(ii) It is levy on consumer goods in form of VAT


6a)
Money market is a financial market for lending and borrowing of short term loans while capital market is a financial market for the lending and borrowing of long-term loans
6b)
(i) Money market – central bank and Commercial Bank
(ii) Capital market: Building societies and the stock exchange.
6c)
(i) Provision of loan: Commercial Bank make both short term and medium – term loans and overdrafts available to those involved in economic development.
(ii) Development of International Trade: Commercial banks through issuing of traveller’s cheques and open of letters of credit help in the development of international trade which contributes to the economic development of Nigeria.
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7ai) transfer payment is
a payment made or income received in which
no goods or services are being paid for, such
as a benefit payment or subsidy.

7aii) An intermediate product is a product that
might require further processing before it is
saleable to the ultimate consumer. This further
processing might be done by the producer or
by another processor.

7aiii) Subsistence productions refers to output from
the production process that is just enough for
the survival.

7b)
i)Per capita income does not reflect the standard of living of the people.

ii)If per capita income is the measurement,the population problem may be cancealed.

iii)An increase in per capita income may not raise the real standard of living of people.

iv)Although an increase in output
per head is in itself a significant
achievement.
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(8a)
(i) supply of money is the total amount of money available for use in the economy at a given period of time.

(ii) Demand for money is the total amount of money whch all individuals in economy wish to hold for various reasons. It is the desire to hold money

(8b)
(i) transactionary motives
(ii) precautionary motives

(8c)
(i) The Price Level: If the price level increases, it means that a given sum of money would buy fewer goods and services. Fall in prices leads to an increase in the value of money.

(ii) Inflation and Deflation: The value of money reduces during inflation while the value of money increases during Deflation.

(iii) volume Of goods and services: When more goods and services are available while the supply of money remains constant, the value of money will increase. More commodities can be purchased with a given sum of money.

(iv) The supply of money and it's speed or velocity in circulation


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