case study on Microeconomics

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  • Q : Median Relative Income Measurement A

    A family which has income greater than half the median incomes of other American families, although less than twice which median income, is categorized by the Department of the Census as: (1) impoverished. (2) low relative income. (3) working class. (

  • Q : Problem regarding to demography of

    Onto average, African-Americans into the U.S., when compared to whites: (1) earn lower incomes. (2) have less education. (3) experience higher rates of unemployment. (4) are less likely to be capable to retire on Social Security. (5) All of the above.

    Q : Price elasticity of demand I have a

    I have a problem related to price elasticity of demand. The question is illustrated as "After the price of movie tickets rose, I spent less money on movie tickets." What can you infer regarding my price elasticity of demand? 

  • Q : Curing scarcities of good Curing

    Curing scarcities in the market for ice cream needs: (i) Rises in the price of ice cream. (ii) Reduces in the supply of ice cream. (iii) Rises in the demand for ice cream. (iv) Reduction in the price of ice cream. (v) Burden of a price floor.

  • Q : Problem on decrease in demand for goods

    For normal luxuries and goods, decreases in income tend to cause the: (i) Market prices to increase. (ii) Raises in quantities demanded. (iii) A reduction in demand for goods. (iv) Demand curves to shift to right.

    What is the right

  • Q : Relevant demand of Kinked Demand by

    In this demonstrated figure kinked demand curve model, when a firm at point a raises or lowers its price and the rest of the firms in the industry do similar thing, in that case the relevant demand curve for the firm is: (w) demand curve D0

  • Q : Economic profit generating purely

    In this illustrated figure in below the only purely competitive firm currently generating economic profit is in: (w) Firm A. (x) Firm B. (y) Firm C. (z) Firm D.

    Q : Purely competitive firm in pure

    A purely competitive firm: (w) maximizes profits where MR=MC. (x) makes economic profits while its total revenue is greater than its total cost. (y) has no control over the price of its products. (z) all of the above.

    Q : Opportunity Costs to Society of Funding

    The clearest signals of the opportunity costs to society of funding one investment in place of another are relative: (w) interest rates, expected rates of return, and also expected economic profit. (x) production costs for various goo

  • Q : Unitarily elastic demand by fixing all

    A monopolist who does not price discriminate, that is: (w) cannot maximize profit by producing where demand is unitarily elastic. (x) will maximize profit where demand is unitarily elastic when all costs are fixed. (y) will maximize profit where deman

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