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1 Econ 101 Summer 2005 In-class Assignment 2 & HW3 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. A government-imposed price ceiling set below the market's equilibrium price for a good will produce an excess supply of the good. a. True b. False Figure 4-1 Price Quantity Quantity Per Pair Demanded Supplied \$ \$ \$ \$ \$ Figure 4-1 shows the supply and demand for socks. If a price ceiling of \$10 per pair is imposed by the government, the number of pairs actually purchased will be a. 2 pairs b. 8 pairs c. 5 pairs d. 1 pair e. 6 pairs 5. Price ceilings are primarily targeted to help, while price floors generally benefit. a. producers; no one b. increase tax revenue for governments; producers c. increase tax revenue for governments; consumers d. producers; consumers e. consumers; producers Figure 4-3 Price Quantity Quantity Per Pair Demanded Supplied \$ \$ \$ \$ \$ Figure 4-3 shows the supply and demand for socks. If a price floor of \$10 is imposed, the quantity of socks actually purchased will be a. 6 pairs b. 10 pairs 1

2 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand 2 c. 2 pairs d. 8 pairs e. 1 pair 5. Figure 4-4 depicts a market in which the government has imposed a price floor of \$5.00 per unit. To maintain the price floor, the government should a. buy 200 units of the good b. sell 200 units of the good c. buy 700 units of the good d. sell 700 units of the good e. buy 500 units of the good

4 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand If a 10 percent rise in the price of bananas leads to a 20 percent reduction in the quantity of bananas demanded, then the price elasticity of demand is a. True b. False 13. If the price of a good increases from \$20 to \$25 and the quantity demanded declines from 15 to 10 units of the good, the price elasticity of demand is -5. a. True b. False 14. Suppose that a local supermarket sells apples and oranges for 50 cents apiece, and at these prices is able to sell 100 apples and 200 oranges per week. One week, the supermarket lowered the price per apple to 40 cents and sold 120 apples. The next week, they lowered the price per orange to 40 cents (after raising the price per apple back to 50 cents) and sold 240 oranges. These results imply that the a. price elasticity of apples is lower than the price elasticity of oranges b. price elasticity of apples is higher than the price elasticity of oranges c. demand for apples is more price sensitive than the demand for oranges d. demand for oranges is more price sensitive than the demand for apples e. price elasticities of demand for apples and oranges are the same over these price ranges 15. A \$1.00 increase in the price of a restaurant meal results in a drop in quantity demanded of 5 meals. Which of the following statements is correct? a. The slope of the demand curve is -1/5; there is insufficient information to determine the price elasticity of demand. b. The price elasticity of demand is -1/5; there is insufficient information to determine the slope of the demand curve. c. Both the slope of the demand curve and the price elasticity of demand are equal to -1/5. d. There is insufficient information to determine either the slope of the demand curve or the price elasticity of demand. e. The slope of the demand curve is -1/5; the price elasticity of demand is If a 20 percent decrease in the price of chicken results in a 10 percent increase in the quantity demanded, the price elasticity of demand has a value of a b. -2 c. -1 d e. none of these

5 Figure 4-6 Quantity Good Price Demanded Haircuts per Week \$20 40 \$16 60 Manicures per Week \$12 80 \$ Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand Figure 4-6 shows the prices of two services offered by Earl's Barber Shop and the resulting quantities demanded by customers. In this example, the price elasticity of demand for manicures (using the midpoint formula) is a. -1 b. -2 c. -3 d e Figure 4-6 shows the prices of two services offered by Earl's Barber Shop and the resulting quantities demanded by customers. In this example, the price elasticity of demand for haircuts (using the midpoint formula) is a. -1 b c d e Figure 4-9 Quantity Price Demanded \$ \$ 2 80 \$ 3 60 \$ 4 40 \$ Figure 4-9 shows the demand schedule for hockey pucks. What is the price elasticity of demand when the price changes from \$4 per puck to \$5 per puck? a b c d e. none of these 21. Figure 4-9 shows the demand schedule for hockey pucks. What is the price elasticity of demand when the price changes from \$2 per puck to \$1 per puck (using the midpoint formula)?

6 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand 6 a b c d e. none of these 22. If the demand curve is a straight line with a negative slope, then demand is more elastic at higher prices than lower prices. a. True b. False 23. Suppose that when the price of aspirin rises from \$2 to \$3 per bottle, the quantity demanded falls from 800 bottles per day to 700 bottles per day. Over this range, the demand for aspirin is a. Elastic b. unitary elastic c. perfectly elastic d. Inelastic e. perfectly inelastic 24. Demand is said to be price inelastic when the coefficient of price elasticity of demand is a. greater than +1 b. between 0 and +1 c. zero d. between -1 and 0 e. less than A 10 percent increase in buyers' incomes results in a 5 percent drop in the quantity of hot dogs demanded. In this range, the income elasticity of demand for hot dogs is a. 0.5 b. 2.0 c. 5.0 d e The ratio of the prices of two goods multiplied by -1 is equal to the slope of the budget line. a. True b. False 27. A consumer's budget line shows a. the utility that an individual would receive from consuming various combinations of two goods b. the combinations of two goods that an individual is able to purchase, given prices and

7 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand 7 income c. how income is influenced by prices of goods d. how changes in income affect utility e. the relationship between prices and income 28. The intercept of a budget line measures the a. amount of a good that a consumer will purchase b. maximum amount of a good that a consumer could purchase, given his consumption of some other good c. maximum amount of a good that could be consumed at given prices and income d. minimum amount of a good that could be consumed at given prices and income e. minimum consumption of a good consistent with utility maximization 29. A family on a trip budgets \$800 for restaurant meals and fast food. The family can buy 16 restaurant meals if they don't buy any fast food. What is the price of a fast-food meal for the family? a. \$5 b. \$16 c. \$20 d. \$50 e. it is impossible to tell from the information given 30. A family on a trip budgets \$800 for restaurant meals and fast food. The price of a fast-food meal is \$20 and the family can afford 16 restaurant meals if they don't buy any fast food. How many fast-food meals would the family gain if they gave up one restaurant meal? a. 1 b. 0.4 c. 2 d. 2.5 e If a consumer's budget line between meat and potatoes has a vertical axis intercept at 100 pounds of meat and a horizontal axis intercept at 100 pounds of potatoes a. demand must be inelastic b. the consumer's budget must equal \$100 c. both meat and potatoes must be priced at \$1 per pound d. the price of a pound of meat must equal the price of a pound of potatoes e. the opportunity cost of meat in terms of potatoes cannot be determined Figure 5-1 Income = \$ 100 Price per Ticket = \$20 Price per Compact Disk \$ 10

8 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand 8 Quantity of Quantity of Concert Tickets Compact Disks Joe spends all of his money on concert tickets and compact disks. Figure 5-1 shows his budget constraint when his income is \$100. The price of a ticket is \$20, while the price of a compact disk is \$10. If Joe currently buys 3 tickets and would like to purchase a fourth, his opportunity cost would be a. 1 compact disk b. \$20 c. \$10 d. 2 compact disks e. 4 compact disks 33. The ratio of the prices of two goods when multiplied by -1 a. is the slope of the demand curve b. measures the price elasticity of demand for a particular good c. defines real income for the consumer d. is the slope of the budget line e. is the slope of the indifference curve 34. Suppose that Trey spends all of his income on vacation trips and textbooks. If the price of a trip is \$200 and the price of a textbook is \$50, then the slope of his budget line (assuming vacation trips are measured on the vertical axis) would be a. -4 b. 4 c d e An increase in the price of the good measured on the vertical axis of a budget line diagram will a. cause a parallel outward shift of the budget line b. leave the budget line unchanged c. cause a parallel inward shift of the budget line d. make the budget line flatter e. make the budget line steeper

9 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand If income and the prices of both goods all double, the budget line will a. become flatter b. become steeper c. remain unchanged d. experience a parallel outward shift e. experience a parallel inward shift 37. If the price of good X (measured on the horizontal axis of a budget line diagram) increases at the same time that the price of good Y (measured on the vertical axis) decreases, the budget line a. will become flatter b. will become steeper c. could become either steeper or flatter, depending on the sizes of the price changes d. will rotate about its original point of intersection with the horizontal axis e. will shift outward, but not in a parallel fashion 38. Which of the following is not consistent with assumptions economists make about consumer preferences? a. Pat enjoys his second ice cream cone less than his first. b. Chris enjoys her second ice cream cone more than her second candy bar. c. Steve enjoys two ice cream cones more than one. d. Jane enjoys two ice cream cones more than Tomas enjoys one ice cream cone. e. Tim enjoys an ice cream cone more than a candy bar. 39. The change in total utility arising from a one-unit increase in consumption of a good is referred to as a. average utility b. the principle of diminishing marginal utility c. real income d. marginal utility e. price 40. Marginal utility a. increases as more of a good is consumed b. increases as the total utility of consuming a good increases c. is the same as the utility of consuming a good d. is the same as the utility of consuming an additional unit of a good e. is the same for all units of a good, but varies from one consumer to another 41. The law of diminishing marginal utility a. is valid only after basic necessities (such as food and shelter) have been obtained b. says that marginal utility decreases as more of a good is consumed c. implies that spending on a good will decrease as more of that good is consumed d. says that marginal utility decreases as income increases

10 e. implies that spending on a good decreases as income increases Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand As Reba consumes four slices of pizza, her total utility rises from 0 to 18, to 24, to 28, and to 30, respectively. What is her marginal utility of the fourth slice of pizza? a. 28 b. 24 c. 2 d. 7 e. 8 Figure 5-6 Quantity of Total Apples Utility Figure 5-6 shows the total utility that Jerry receives from consuming different numbers of apples per week. What is his marginal utility from the fourth apple? a. 20 b. 6 c. 34 d. 14 e Figure 5-6 shows the total utility that Jerry would receive from consuming different numbers of apples per week. What is Jerry's marginal utility from consuming the second apple after he already consumed the first one? a. 0 b. 17 c. 20 d. 14 e If MU x /P x is less than MU y /P y, then the consumer should consume more of X and less of Y. a. True b. False

13 Chapter 4 Working with Supply and Demand 13 which the marginal utilities per dollar spent on all goods are equal d. slopes downward whenever the income and substitution effects cancel out e. will be vertical if the substitution effect outweighs the income effect 55. Higher education is a normal good. If its price falls, a. the quantity of higher education demanded will fall b. the substitution and income effects work in opposite directions c. the income effect is negative d. higher education will satisfy to the law of demand e. real purchasing power will fall 56. The market demand curve for a good is found by a. adding up the quantities demanded by all consumers at different prices of that good b. adding up the quantities demanded by all consumers at different incomes c. adding up the maximum price each consumer is willing to pay for each possible quantity of the good d. varying consumers' total income and determining what prices they are willing to pay e. vertically summing the individual consumers' demand curves 57. The substitution effect measures how a. the quantity demanded of one good is influenced by a change in income, with prices constant b. the quantity demanded of one good is influenced by a change the price of another good c. marginal utility per dollar spent is affected by income changes d. an increase in the price of a good is effectively the same as a reduction in income e. the quantity demanded of one good is influenced by a change in the price of that good, with income constant 58. For a normal good, such as steak, a. quantity demanded increases as its price falls. b. the income and substitution effects work in opposite directions c. the income effect is negative d. the income effect reinforces the substitution effect e. the supply curve is vertical 59. For an inferior good, the income effect a. is zero b. at least partially offsets the subtitution effect c. operates to increase the quantity demanded d. helps explain why the demand curve slopes upward e. does not exist

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