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Economics dec 2018 part-15
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This lesson explains about the Solutions of dec 2018 Paper of Economics

Tanya Bhatia is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Tanya Bhatia
Topper in 12th Cbse, JRF holder, Assistant Professor in Satyawati DU Expert in NET for Economics.Teaching is work of heart❤❤❤

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There was time when we could digest grass and leaves and we also started eating raw meat and then cooked meat. we started changing our food habits and literally evolved from it and we no more able to digest grass and leaves and our appendix has gone reduimentaty. similarly we stopped eating raw meat coz it causes lots of disease. but for sustainable development and ease of food availability ppl are shifting towards vegetarian food because you can feed many families with just one acre of land but if you rear a cattle on same 1 acre you can't feed more than 1 family for few days. Food is personal choice ppl themselves should look at feasible option.
thank u so much ma'am for these analysis. ..

  2. Q.4 Which of the following Concept-Economist pairs is not correctly matched? 1. Golden Rule of Accumulation-E.S. Phelps 2 Super Multiplier - J.M. Keynes 3. Turnpike Conjecture - Dorfman, Samuelson and Solow 4. Knife-edge Problem Harrod Domar ptio1. Golden Rule of Accumulation E.S. Phelps

  3. Q.5 Technological dualism means ptions 1 Prevalence of different production functions in domestic and export sectors of underdeveloped countries 2. Prevalence of different technologies in agricultural sector in underdeveloped countries Prevalence of different production functions in the industrial sector in underdeveloped countries 4. Prevalence of different production functions in the advanced and traditional sectors in underdeveloped countries

  4. Q.6 Which of the following is the appropriate measure of openness of the economy? Options Exports Imports 1. Population 2. Exports Imports 3. Exports Imports Exports Imports 4. GDP