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3. The Market at Work: Supply and Demand. Practice What You Know— Demand Quiz 2. The following three questions are considering the market for the same good. The good in question is PEPSI . We are considering: Change in quantity demanded (movement), and Change in demand (shift).

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The market at work supply and demand

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The Market at Work: Supply and Demand


Practice what you know demand quiz 2

Practice What You Know— Demand Quiz 2

  • The following three questions are considering the market for the same good.

  • The good in question is PEPSI.

  • We are considering:

    • Change in quantity demanded (movement), and

    • Change in demand (shift).


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Practice What You Know— Demand Quiz 2

  • Assume you like Pepsi, and your income increases.

  • The demand for Pepsi increases.

  • The demand for Pepsi decreases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi increases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi decreases.


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Practice What You Know— Demand Quiz 2

  • Assume the price of Pepsidecreases.

  • The demand for Pepsi increases.

  • The demand for Pepsi decreases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi increases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi decreases.


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Practice What You Know— Demand Quiz 2

  • Assume the price of Cokedecreases.

  • The demand for Pepsi increases.

  • The demand for Pepsi decreases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi increases.

  • The quantity demanded for Pepsi decreases.


Practice what you know supply quiz

Practice What You Know—Supply Quiz

  • Assume the price of cheese decreases. What will happen in the pizza market?

  • The supply of pizza increases.

  • The supply of pizza decreases.

  • The quantity supplied of pizza increases.

  • The quantity supplied of pizza decreases.


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Practice What You Know—Supply Quiz

  • Which of the following will cause the supply curve for oranges to shift to the left?

  • The government begins subsidizing orange growers.

  • A study showing oranges improve eyesight

  • Ice storm strikes Florida

  • A new orange juice commercial airs on TV.


Practice what you know supply quiz2

Practice What You Know—Supply Quiz

  • In general, why would the government enact tougher pollution standards or tax a polluting firm?

  • Pollution is bad!

  • Political reasons

  • Encourage the firm to invest in cleaner production methods

  • All of the above


Practice what you know

Practice What You Know

Suppose the price of good X increases. In terms of demand, what is the result?

  • The demand for X increases.

  • The demand for X decreases.

  • The quantity demanded of X increases.

  • The quantity demanded of X decreases.


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Practice What You Know

Suppose goods X and Y are substitutes for each other. If the price of good Y increases, what is the result in the market for good X?

  • The demand for X increases.

  • The demand for X decreases.

  • The quantity demanded of X increases.

  • The quantity demanded of X decreases.


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Practice What You Know

  • Suppose there is a shortage in the market for avocados. Assuming a competitive and unrestrained market, what happens over time?

    • The price of avocados will fall, and the shortage will worsen.

    • The price of avocados will rise, and the market will eventually reach equilibrium.

    • The price of avocados will rise, and a large surplus will be created.

    • Producers will stop growing avocados.


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Practice What You Know

Consider the market for bananas. Suppose that both the supply and demand for bananas increases simultaneously. Which of these effects is certain?

  • The equilibrium price of bananas will increase.

  • The equilibrium price of bananas will decrease.

  • The equilibrium quantity of bananas will increase.

  • The equilibrium quantity of bananas will decrease.


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Practice What You Know

Which of the following will most likely cause a decrease in the supply of most fruits and vegetables?

  • an increase in demand for meat

  • the introduction of an environmentally friendly pesticide

  • a decrease in the price of corn and rice

  • harsh punishments for farmers that hire undocumented workers


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