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Question 16

  1. If price is cut and demand is elastic, total revenue will rise because

    the change in quantity demanded is greater than the percent change in price.

    the percent change in quantity demanded is greater than the change in price.

    the percent change in quantity demanded is greater than the percent change in price.

    customers can't find substitutes.

3 points

Question 17

  1. If price is cut and demand is inelastic, total revenue will fall because

    the change in quantity demanded is less than the percent change in price.

    the percent change in quantity demanded is less than the change in price.

    the percent change in quantity demanded is less than the percent change in price.

    customers can find substitutes.

3 points

Question 18

  1. If something is addictive, then

    price and demand are inversely related.

    price elasticity of demand is equal to one.

    demand is perfectly inelastic.

    demand is perfectly elastic.

3 points

Question 19

  1. In general, elasticities measure

    the change in quantity demanded when a product attribute changes.

    the change in consumer spending when income changes.

    the change in an attribute for a percentage change in price.

    the percentage change in the quantity demanded resulting from a fixed percentage change in some attribute.

3 points

Question 20

  1. Average total costs are defined as

    total costs divided by the change in output.

    total costs divided by output.

    the change in total costs when output changes.

    average variable costs plus marginal costs.

3 points

Question 21

  1. If a firm is experiencing economies of scale, then the long-run average cost curve is

    falling.

    rising.

    horizontal.

    shifting.

3 points

Question 22

  1. If average total cost is rising

    marginal cost is above average total cost.

    marginal cost is rising.

    marginal product is rising.

    marginal cost is above average total cost and is falling.

3 points

Question 23

  1. The period of time over which all inputs are variable is the

    market horizon.

    short run.

    calendar year.

    long run.

3 points

Question 24

  1. The supply chain refers to

    the supply curve.

    the process of outsourcing.

    the process of downsizing.

    the process of creating and selling a product.

3 points

Question 25

  1. When the capital (a fixed input) changes

    short-run marginal costs rise.

    short-run average total costs fall but do not shift.

    labor inputs decline.

    the short-run average total cost curve shifts.

3 points

Question 26

  1. A market of price takers is called

    perfectly competitive.

    monopolistically competitive.

    a monopoly.

    an oligopoly.

3 points

Question 27

  1. A market with a single seller is called

    perfectly competitive.

    monopolistically competitive.

    a monopoly.

    an oligopoly.

3 points

Question 28

  1. A market that mainly stresses product differentiation is called

    perfectly competitive.

    monopolistically competitive.

    a monopoly.

    an oligopoly.

3 points

Question 29

  1. Entry into a competitive market will continue until

    economic profits are zero.

    normal profits are zero.

    when accounting losses are zero.

    a. and b. are true

3 points

Question 30

  1. Firms in an oligopoly

    act independently.

    engage in strategic behavior.

    have perfect knowledge of the behavior of others.

    openly collude.

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