Infinite price elasticity of supply

The price elasticity of supply in given grph is infinite therefore supply is perfectly price elastic within: (w) Panel A. (x) Panel B. (y) Panel C. (z) Panel D.

759_Slope and Price Elasticity of Supply.png

I need a good answer on the topic of Economic problems. Please give me your suggestion for the same by using above options.

   Related Questions in Microeconomics

  • Q : Example of Signaling As interviewing

    As interviewing for the job as a bill collector for loan shark, Bob states his degree in the martial arts from Hard Knox Reformatory, his summer internship by BreakUrLegs, Inc., and his family connections. Bob’s casual discussion of such credentials is an illust

  • Q : Variation in supply and demand curves

    These supply and demand curves for housing do NOT involve that the: (w) demand for housing has increased. (x) supply has increased, because rental price has risen. (y) equilibrium price and quantity of housing have increased. (z) housing market will c

  • Q : Agency Shop Agreements-Labor contracts

    I have a problem in economics on Agency Shop Agreements-Labor contracts. Please help me in the following question. The labor contracts having agency shop arrangements need: (1) Staff of the firm to pay dues to union. (2) The firm to hire just union me

  • Q : Least consistent demand curve with

    The demand curve which is least consistent along with the existence of a substitution consequence is within: (w) Panel A. (x) Panel B. (y) Panel C. (z) Panel D.

    Q : Long-run equilibrium price paid Pure

    Pure competitors in a long-run equilibrium are paid a price which: (i) allows recovery of any previous operating losses. (ii) equals MC although exceeds average cost. (iii) maximizes average revenue minus average cost. (iv) equals maximum long run ave

  • Q : Wage Differentials-similar wages Can

    Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the following question. As compared to men with identical amounts of experience or education, women on an average earn: (1) Higher wages. (2) Similar wages. (3) Lower wages. (4) There is no special pat

  • Q : Imposing the price floors A surplus of

    A surplus of papayas would involve when: (1) government set a price ceiling of P1. (2) growers expected prices to soar. (3) hurricanes vanished all Central American papaya plantations. (4) government imposed a price floor of P2. (5) seller's supp

  • Q : Purely-competitive long-run equilibrium

    The typical firm produces in a purely-competitive long-run equilibrium where price equals as: (1) short-run average cost. (2) marginal cost. (3) long-run average cost. (4) average revenue per unit. (5) All of the above.

    Q : Labor adds uniformly to total revenue

    The entire profit maximizing firm will appoint more labor up to the point where: (i) Average physical product of the labor equivalents the nominal wage. (ii) Last unit of the labor adds up equally to net revenue and net cost. (iii) Marginal product of the labor is at

  • Q : Describe Break Even Price Describe

    Describe Break Even Price in Economics for a purely competitive firm?