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What does marginal benefit equate to?

What does marginal benefit equate to?

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What does marginal benefit equate to?



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3. When demand is elastic, a fall in price

causes total revenue to rise because

A when price falls, quantity sold increases


How is price elasticity defined?



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so total revenue automatically rises B) the increase in quantity sold is large

enough to offset the lower price C) the percentage increase in quantity

demanded is less than the percentage - fall in price

D) the demand curve shifts

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constant elasticity value of O. What happens to quantity demanded and total revenue when price increases?

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revenue remain the same B) The quantity demanded does not

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A) it falls by 162 percent

B) it rises by 1.67 percent to C) it falls

D) it rises

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10/4/2016 8. Economists assume that the goal of consumers

is to

A) do as little work as possible to survive B) make themselves as well off as possible c) Spend all their income D) Consome as much as possible

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from consuming two candy bars, and 251 units of utility from consuming three candy bars, the marginal utility of the second candy bar is

A) 25 utility units B) 20 utility units

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A) 3 pita wraps + B) 3 pita wraps

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10/4/2016 When the price of hoagies increases from $5.00 to $5.75

quantity demanded decreases from Q. to Qo. This change

in quantity demanded - Qo Q. Quantity is due to

A) the price and output effects → B) the income and substitution effects

C) the fact that marginal willingness

to pay falls D) the law of diminishing marginal utility

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A) Quantities Qo and

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different prices of

hoagies. B) Quantities Oo and Q, may not necessarily

be the utility-maximizing quantities of hoagies at two different prices because we have no information on the consumers budget or the price of other goods. C) Quantities Qo could be a utility-maximizing choice if the price is $5.75, but quantity

Qu may not be because we have no information on the marginal utility per dollar when price changes.

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10/4/2016 14. In order to derive an individuals demand

curve for salmon, we would observe what happens to the utility - maximizing bundle when we change

A) income and hold everything else constant B tastes and preferences and hold everything

else constant c) the price of the product and hold

everything else constant. D) the price of a close substitute and hold

everything else constant

15. Price elasticity of demand measures

Al how responsive suppliers are to price

changes B) how responsive sales are to changes in

the price of a related good Chow responsive quantity demanded is to

a change in price D) how responsive sales are to a change

in buyers' income

16. If the percentage increase in price is 15

Ipercent and the value of the price elasticity lot demand is -3, then quantity demanded

- A) will increase by 45 percent

B) will increase by 5 percent + C) will decrease by 45 percent

D) will decrease by 5 percent

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10/4/2016 17. Perfectly inelastic demand is represented by a

demand curve which is

and relatively Linelastic demand is represented by a demand

curve which is

A) downward sloping; vertical B) horizontal; downward sloping

C) vertical downward sloping D) upward sloping; horizontal

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If 50 units are sold at a price of $20 and 80 units are sold at a price of $15, what is

the absolute value of the price elasticity of demand? Use the midpoint method.

A) 0.17 B) 0.62

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10/4/2016 2o. Which of the following statements about price

elasticity of demand is true?

A) The elasticity coefficient is constant along

the demand curve B) The elastic portion of a straight line,

downward-sloping curve corresponds to

the seament above the midpoint C) The inelastic portion of the demand

curve corresponds to the segment above

the midpoint Di At the midpoint of the demand corve,

the elasticity coefficient is zero.

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the price elasticity of demand along a downward sloping linear demand curve is true?

A) it is inelastic at high prices and

elastic a low prices. B) it is unit elastic throughout the

demand curve. C) It is elastic at high prices and

inelastic at low prices. D. It is perfectly elastic at very high

prices and perfectly inelastic at very low prices

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ECON 104 22. Which of the following products comes

closest to having a perfectly inelastic demand?

A) gasoline B) cholesterol medication in general C) iPhones D) bus rides

23. When there are few close substitutes available

for a good demand tends to be

A) perfectly inelastic B) perfectly elastic C) relatively inelastic D) relatively elastic

24. The demand for all carbonated beverages

as a whole is likely to be.

demand for Dr. Pepper.

A more elastic than B) perfectly elastic compared to C) less elastic than D) perfectly inelastic compared to

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