Yeah... I'm actually asking you to do my homework. its due tonight at 11:30. :embarassed: Humiliating as it may be, I'm really trying to understand this not get a cheap quick answer! The example in class was easy to follow, something along the lines of Tom can catch 2 fish, or pick one coconut in an hour. His opportunity cost for a coconut would be 2 fish. Or, the cost of a fish would be 1/2 coconut. But in the problem below, all I am understanding is that if "nancy" replaces a set of brakes in 2 hours, the "cost" would be NOT spending 4 hours on a transmission.. If it stated income from each job the questions would make a lot more sense.. Nancy and Bill are auto mechanics. Nancy takes 4 hours to replace a clutch and 2 hours to replace a set of brakes. Bill takes 6 hours to replace a clutch and 2 hours to replace a set of brakes. State whether anyone has an absolute advantage at either task and, for each task, identify who has a comparative advantage. Instructions: Round your answers to two decimal places.[don't get why answer would have two dec. places..] Opportunity cost of set of brakes for Nancy: ______ [not having to spend 4 hrs on a tranny] ? Opportunity cost of set of brakes for Bill:_____ (following answer choice "neither","Bill", or "Nancy". ) ____ has absolute advantage in clutch replacement. (nancy?) _____has absolute advantage in brake replacement. (neither?) _____has comparative advantage in clutch replacement. (nancy?) _____has comparative advantage in brake replacement. (neither?) I feel like i'm thinking wayy to hard??!! If this doesn't "click" real soon, or make sense after an explanation here ill talk to the prof about it. Just hoping I can submit this online homework by tonight to get my points.