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econ 312 week 4 homework latest

ECON 312 WEEK 4 HOMEWORK LATEST

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Question 1

The functional distribution of income shows the distribution of income among ______ and the personal

distribution of income shows the distribution of income among ______.

A. factors of production; job type

B. factors of production; households

C. firms and households; individuals

D. different types of workers; households according to location

E. firms; households according to age

Question 2

Indicate all the items in the following list that are not factors of production and explain why.

Item a: Trucks used by FedEx to make deliveries

Item b: Your dog

Item c: Undiscovered coal reserves

Item d: A garbage truck

item e a pack of bubble gum

Item e: A pack of bubble gum

Item f: The President of the United States

A. Item f because people who work in government are unproductive.

B. Item b because it isn’t productive, and item c because it isn’t available to produce goods and services.

All other items in the list are factors of production.

C. Items b, c, and e because they are not productive resources used to produce goods and services—

land, labor, capital, or entrepreneurship.

D. Item e only because it provides personal enjoyment.

E. Items a, d, and f because they are productive resources used to produce goods and services—land,

labor, capital, or entrepreneurship.

Question 3

Which of the following correctly lists the categories of factors of production

A. owners, workers, and consumers

B. machines, buildings, land, and money

C. land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship

D. hardware, software, land, and money

E. capital, money, and labor

Question 4

Consumption expenditure flows from ______ to ______ through the ______ markets.

A. firms; households; factor

B. households; firms; goods

C. households and governments; firms; factor

D. governments; households; goods

E. households and governments; firms; goods

Question 5

the graph shows the market for pillows

The graph shows the market for pillows.

Draw a point to show the price of a pillow and the quantity bought and sold. Label it 1

The government imposes a tax of $4 per pillow on buyers.

Draw the S + tax curve and label it.

Draw a point to show the price paid by buyers and the quantity bought and sold with the tax. Label it 2.

Draw a point to indicate the price received by sellers and the quantity bought and sold with the tax. Label

it 3.

Question 6

Tax incidence is the division of the burden of a tax between the _____ and the _____.

A. government; buyer

B. society; seller

C. buyer; seller

D. government; seller

Question 7

The graph shows the market for apartments in Dayton, Ohio.

If the city government imposes a rent ceiling of $600600 a month, what is the rent and how many

apartments are rented in Dayton, Ohio

>>> Remember that the quantity given on the x-axis is in thousands of apartments.

The rent is $___ a month and ________ apartments a month are rented.

Question 8

Despite pleas for a freeze, stabilized rents to go up New York’s Rent Guidelines Board ignored pleas from

tenants and elected officials to freeze rents for the first time in its 40-year history and voted for increases

of 3% on one-year leases and 6% on two-year leases. Maintenance costs for rent-stabilized buildings

have increased 4%.

Read the news clip, then answer the following question.

if rents for rent stabilized apartments

If rents for rent-stabilized apartments are frozen while maintenance costs have increased, ______.

A. the shortage of apartments will increase

B. the demand for apartments will decrease

C. landlords will offer more apartments for rent

D. a surplus of apartments will arise

Question 9

The table shows the demand and supply schedules for on-campus housing.

If the college puts a rent ceiling on rooms of $325325 a month, rent is $____and the number of rooms

rented is ______.

Rent (dollars per month)

(rooms)

250

275

300

325

350

375

Quantity demanded

7,500

6,750

6,000

5,250

4,500

3,750

Quantity supplied

6,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

6,000

Question 10

Concerned about the political fallout from rising college tuition, the U.S. government decides to impose a

price ceiling on tuition of $20,000 a student.

If more colleges open and drive the equilibrium price of tuition to $15 comma 00015,000 a student,

_____. The market for college education is ______.

A. a surplus of college education emerges; inefficient

B. a shortage of college education emerges; inefficient

C. a surplus of college education emerges; efficient

D. neither a surplus nor a shortage of college education emerges; efficient

E. a shortage of college education emerges; efficient

Question 11

A black market that emerges as the result of a price ceiling is an illegal market in which _______.

a the price is less than the legally imposed

A. the price is less than the legally imposed price ceiling

B. the price exceeds the legally imposed price ceiling

C. the quantity traded is less than the legally imposed quantity

D. the quantity traded is greater than the legally imposed quantity

Question 12

If the government sets a price on dog food that is below the equilibrium price, ______.

A. a surplus of dog food occurs

B. new firms enter the industry to meet the increase in demand that results from the decrease in price

C. existing firms in the dog food industry expand production to meet the increase in the quantity

demanded

D. a shortage of dog food occurs

Question 13

The graph shows the market for tomato pickers in southern California.

If California introduces a minimum wage for tomato pickers of $8.00 an hour, how many pickers are

employed and how many are unemployed

If California introduces a minimum wage for tomato pickers of $8.00 an hour, ____ pickers are employed

and __________ pickers are unemployed.

Question 14

The graph shows the market for orange pickers in Florida.

If Florida introduces a minimum wage for orange pickers of $14.00 an hour, the minimum wage is

______.

A. efficient and fair

B. inefficient but fair

C. efficient and fair only if the workers can increase the number of hours they work

D. efficient but not fair

e inefficient and not fair

E. inefficient and not fair

Question 15

The graph shows the market for blueberries.

The government introduces a price support for blueberries and sets the support price at $3.003.00 a

pound.

_______ gain from the price support and ______ lose from the price support.

A. Farmers; consumers and taxpayers

B. Consumers; farmers C. Taxpayers; consumers

D. Consumers and taxpayers; farmers

E. Farmers and consumers; taxpayers

Question 16

The graph shows the market for cashews.

The equilibrium price of cashews is $_____a pound and the equilibrium quantity of cashews is _______

billion pounds

Question 17

The methods that governments use to support farms vary, but they almost always include all of the

following except _______.

A. the payment of a subsidy to the farms

B. the introduction of a price floor

C. lower taxes for farmers

D. isolating the domestic market from global competition

Question 18

Suppose that the world price of bananas is 18 U.S. cents a pound and that when Australia does not trade

bananas internationally, the market price of bananas in Australia is 12 U.S. cents a pound.

If Australia opens up to trade, Australia ______ bananas. The price of bananas in Australia ______.

a exports falls

A. exports; falls

B. exports; rises

C. imports; falls

D. imports; rises

Question 19

______ are the ______ that we buy from people in other countries.

A. Imports; goods and services

B. Imports; goods

C. Exports; goods and services

D. Exports; goods

Question 20

National comparative advantage arises from the differences in _______ across countries.

A. technology

B. the money cost of production

C. opportunity cost

D. population

Question 21

A country that trades internationally imports a good at a price ______ than what domestic producers

could produce the good for before the country began to trade internationally and exports a good at a price

______ than what domestic producers could sell the good for before the country began to trade

internationally.

A. higher; lower

B. lower; higher

C. lower; lower

D. higher; higher

question 22

Question 22

The graph shows the car market in Mexico when Mexico places no restriction on the quantity of cars

imported. The world price of a car is $10,000.

Suppose the government of Mexico introduces an import quota of 4 million a year.

Draw a line to show the new supply of cars in Mexico. Label it.

Draw a point to show the quantity of cars bought in Mexico and the price paid

Question 23

A tariff _______.

A. is a tax imposed on a good when it is imported

B. enables the government to satisfy the self-interest of people who earn their incomes in import-

competing industries

C. provides revenue to the government

D. all of the above

Question 24

The figure shows the car market in Brazil when Brazil places no restriction on imports of cars.

The world price of a car is $10,000.

Suppose the government of Brazil introduces a 20 percent tariff on car imports.

The new price of a car in Brazil is $________.

Question 25

The graph shows Spain’s demand for and supply of oranges.

The world price of oranges is euro€1.00 a pound.

Suppose that the government of Spain imposes a tariff of euro€0.50 a pound on oranges imported into

Spain.

Draw a line to show the price of oranges in Spain. Label it Spanish price.

draw a point at the quantity of oranges demanded

Draw a point at the quantity of oranges demanded by Spanish consumers at the world price plus tariff.

Label it 1.

Draw a point at the quantity of oranges supplied by Spanish producers at the world price plus tariff. Label

it 2.

Question 26

Which of the following is an example of an import quota

The United States _____ .

A. limits the quantity of textiles that U.S. producers may sell to Mexico

B. puts a 10 percent tax on auto part imports from China

C. limits the quantity of auto parts that U.S. car makers may buy from China

D. limits the quantity of sugar that farmers are permitted to produce

Questions 27

Which of the following is an example of an export subsidy

A. The U.S. government pays farmers $100 per ton of sugar sold to Canada.

B. Farmers form a union to get higher prices for their exports.

C. The U.S. government pays farmers $100 per ton of sugar produced.

D. The U.S. government buys fighter jets from Boeing.

Question 28

The United States maintains an import quota on sugar. What is the argument for this import quota

A. Foreign producers would dump sugar at a price below its cost of production.

B. Sugar is essential for national security.

C. Foreign sugar producers pollute.

D. The U.S. sugar industry is an infant industry that will one day be able to compete without protection.

E. The import quota protects U.S. jobs

Question 29

indonesians bemoan hollywood blockbuster blackout

Indonesians bemoan Hollywood blockbuster blackout

The Indonesian import tariff on Hollywood movies was meant “to protect local film makers,” but major

Hollywood studios withdrew their films.

Source: The Jakarta Post, July 6, 2011

Indonesia is using the ______ argument against free trade with the United States.

A. dumping

B. lax environmental standard

C. national security

D. diversity and stability

E. infant-industry

Question 30

Former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez opposed the creation of a Free Trade Area of the Americas

(FTAA). Why? Who did he think would gain and lose?

President Chavez thought that ______.

A. Venezuela would lose tariff revenue

B. poor workers in Venezuela would lose and rich American firms would win

C. Venezuelans would lose because they would have to clean up their polluting industries

D. Venezuelans would lose because the price of oil would fall

E. Both A and B are correct

Question 31

Which of the following activities is an example of dumping

A. Dell pays a 10 percent tariff on its imports of PCs produced in China.

B. Dell exports PCs to India at a price 20 percent lower than the cost of producing them.

C. Boeing imports aircraft components because they cost less than the same components produced in

the United States.

d boeing exports airplanes to china at a price

D. Boeing exports airplanes to China at a price 10 percent higher than the cost of producing them.

Question 32

The fundamental force driving international trade is comparative _______.

A. advantage: the country with the lower opportunity cost of production exports the good

B. abundance: the country that produces more than it needs exports the good

C. cost: a country trades with other countries that produce cheaper goods

D. advantage: a country exports those goods that have high prices

Question 33

With free trade between China and the United States, the winners are ______ and the losers are ______.

A. U.S. consumers of U.S. imports; U.S. producers of the U.S. import good

B. U.S. producers of the U.S. export good; U.S. consumers of U.S. imports

C. China’s consumers of China’s imports; China’s producers of its export good

D. China’s consumers of China’s export good; China’s producers of its imported good

Question 34

If Korea imposes an import quota on U.S. oranges, losers include Korean ______ of oranges and U.S.

______ of oranges.

A. consumers; producers

B. producers; consumers

C. producers; producers

D. consumers; consumers

Question 35

The people who support restricted international trade say that ______.

A. outsourcing sends jobs abroad, which brings diversification and makes our economy more stable

B. U.S. firms won’t be able to compete with low-wage foreign labor if trade is free

c protection is needed to enable u s firms

C. protection is needed to enable U.S. firms to produce the things at which they have a comparative

advantage

D. protection saves jobs, in both the U.S. and foreign economies