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Quiz 3

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

Question #2
A  a fall in input prices
B  higher product taxes
C  improved technology
Question #3
A  decrease consumer demand.
B  shift the supply curve to the right.
C  increase consumer demand.
Question #4
A  demand.
B  quantity supplied.
C  quantity demanded.
Question #7
A  fewer transactions, and they will take place at a higher price.
B  more transactions, and they will take place at a lower price.
C  fewer transactions, and they will take place at a lower price.
Question #8
A  equilibrium.
B  supply schedule.
C  market stability.
Question #9
A  The equilibrium quantity falls.
B  The quantity supplied and the quantity demanded both rise.
C  Doughnut prices rise.
Question #10
A  firms determined what prices will be charged.
B  what prices will be charged.
C  allows prices to change depending on market conditions.
Question #11
A  Australia
B  United States
C  China
Question #12
A  There are a large number of buyers and sellers.
B  The number of sellers is limited to a select few.
C  Government does not intervene in any way.
Question #13
A  what goods will be produced.
B  allows consumers to influence prices based on demand behavior.
C  firms determine what goods to produce to maximize profits.
Question #14
A  the demand curve shifts to the left.
B  the demand curve shifts to the right.
C  there is a movement from one point to another along the demand curve.
Question #15
A  Population grows in a particular market area.
B  Price of the good changes.
C  Supply increases or decreases.
Question #16
A  quantity supplied : quantity demanded
B  price : quantity supplied
C  price : quantity demanded
Question #17
A  MP3 players and CD players are normal goods.
B  MP3 players and CD players are substitutes.
C  MP3 players and CD players are inferior goods.
Question #18
A  increase in the price of televisions today.
B  increase in the supply of televisions today.
C  decrease in the demand for televisions today.
Question #19
A  quantity produced.
B  price.
C  costs.