Which of the following combinations of cheese and wine could England not produce in 40 hours?.

Table 1 Production Opportunities Hours Needed to Make 1 Unit of Hours Needed to Make 1 Unit of Cheese Wine England Show more Table 1 Production Opportunities Hours Needed to Make 1 Unit of Hours Needed to Make 1 Unit of Cheese Wine England 1 4 France 5 2 Refer to Table 1. 1. Which of the following combinations of cheese and wine could France produce in 40 hours? A. 2 units of cheese and 20 units of wine. B. 4 units of cheese and 15 units of wine. C. 6 units of cheese and 5 units of wine. D. 8 units of cheese and 20 units of wine. 2. Refer to Table 1. Which of the following combinations of cheese and wine could England not produce in 40 hours? A.12 units of cheese and 7 units of wine. B. 16 units of cheese and 6 units of wine. C. 20 units of cheese and 5 units of wine. D .26 units of cheese and 4 units of wine. 3. Refer to Table 1. We could use the information in the table to draw a production possibilities frontier for England and a second production possibilities frontier for France. If we were to do this measuring wine along the horizontal axis then A.the slope of Englands production possibilities frontier would be -4 and the slope of Frances production possibilities frontier would be -0.4. B. the slope of Englands production possibilities frontier would be -0.25 and the slope of Frances production possibilities frontier would be -2.5. C. the slope of Englands production possibilities frontier would be 0.25 and the slope of Frances production possibilities frontier would be 2.5. D. the slope of Englands production possibilities frontier would be 4 and the slope of Frances production possibilities frontier would be 0.4. Show less

Which of the following combinations of cheese and wine could England not produce in 40 hours?