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Bài 1: Trong 8 giờ (một ngày lao động) sản xuất được 16 sản phẩm có tổng trị giá là 80USD. Hỏi giá trị tổng sản phẩm làm ra trong ngày và giá trị của một sản phẩm là bao nhiêu nếu: a, Năng suất lao động tăng 2 lần b, Cường độ lao động tăng 1,5 lần

Bài 2: Tổng giá cả hàng hóa ở trong lưu thông là 120 tỷ đồng. Trong đó, tổng giá cả hàng hóa bán chịu là 10 tỷ đồng, tống số tiền thanh toán đến kỳ hạn là 70 tỷ đồng, số tiền khấu trừ cho nhau là 20 tỷ, số lần luân chuyển trung bình trong năm của đơn vị tiền tệ là 20 vòng. Để xóa bỏ được hoàn toàn lạm phát, Nhà nước cần phát hành tiền giấy mới và đổi tiền giấy cũ theo tỷ lệ như thế nào?

Bài 3: Trong điều kiện trả đúng giá trị sức lao động, tiền công hàng ngày của 1 công nhân là 12USD, trình độ bóc lột là 100%. Sau một thời gian, năng suất lao động xã hội tăng lên 2 lần, nên giá trị vật phẩm tiêu dùng giảm xuống 2 lần. Trong thời gian đó, năng suất lao động khai thác vàng tăng lên 3 lần, do đó gây ra sự tăng tương ứng của giá cả hàng hóa. Còn người công nhân do cuộc đấu tranh đòi tăng lương, nên tiền công hàng ngày là 16USD.

Tỷ suất giá trị thặng dư thay đổi như thế…...

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