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Quiz 2

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Below are the questions for the exam with the choices of answers:

Question #1
A  every additional missile will reduce consumer goods production by more and more.
B  the opportunity cost of consumer wants satisfied is diminishing.
C  the greater is the opportunity cost of consumer wants satisfied.
Question #2
A  technology can advance.
B  some land or labor is more productive in one use than another.
C  the opportunity cost of producing more of something will remain constant.
Question #3
A  technology can advance.
B  with rational resource allocation decisions, the opportunity cost of producing more will rise.
C  some resources are specialized to (more productive in) one use than another.
Question #4
A  since otherwise resources are idle.
B  since it would be impossible to produce more of one thing without producing less of another.
C  since otherwise output may go to where it is less valued.
Question #5
A  of diminishing returns.
B  the opportunity cost of producing more of something will fall.
C  production of different types will compete for limited resources.
Question #6
A  the budget constraint demonstrates diminishing returns.
B  the production possibilities model demonstrates diminishing returns.
C  the budget constraint depicts an inverse relationship, or a trade-off.
Question #7
A  the relative prices of the two goods competing to satisfy wants.
B  the tastes and preferences of the decision-maker.
C  the size of the budget.
Question #8
A  it is best to shut down the bed & breakfast since it is taking a loss.
B  it is best to keep the bed & breakfast operating because it is profitable.
C  it is best to ignore sunk cost and keep the bed & breakfast operating.
Question #9
A  monetary costs.
B  opportunity costs.
C  sunk costs.
Question #10
A  the prices of the items purchased.
B  the limitation of the budget.
C  how much utility one more unit of a good will provide.
Question #11
A  $1000 per month monetary and opportunity cost.
B  $500 per month monetary cost but a $1500 per month opportunity cost.
C  zero monetary cost but a $1000 per month opportunity cost.
Question #12
A  Investing in electricity with photovoltaic cells is a growing trend.
B  Installing solar will provide a rate of return on investment of 5%.
C  Installing solar will be worth the investment.
Question #13
A  There is a limit to the income each year to which the FICA tax applies, but that is fair, since there is a limit to social security benefits.
B  Social security benefits are not taxed.
C  I am absolutely positive that there is a better way.
Question #14
A  a value judgement.
B  based upon what can be demonstrated to be true.
C  can be shown to be correct or incorrect.
Question #15
A  continue with the project provided that the additional electricity is worth more than $32 million.
B  continue with the project provided that the additional electricity is worth more than $12 million.
C  continue with the project provided that the additional electricity is worth more than $20 million.
Question #16
A  Are the total benefits of having a city water supply greater than the total cost?
B  Are the benefits of cleaner water greater than the additional costs of the new filtration system?
C  Is it worth paying twice as much for the same amount of water?
Question #18
A  always considering the long-run.
B  weighing prospective marginal benefits and marginal costs to oneself.
C  considering all other people.
Question #19
A  implies that people will always know exactly what they are buying
B  assumes that people will always attempt to act in their own self-interest.
C  is an assumption that economists make to have a useful model for how decisions are made.
Question #20
A  The funds dedicated to this purpose represent a very small share of profits.
B  The money will be spent efficiently to cure cancer.
C  The money spent is worth the boost it gives to corporate image.