Chapter 1 Through 3

85 Questions  I  By Elissawery
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1.  How will an increase in the level of human capital, ceteris paribus, affect an economy's production-possibilities curve?
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2.  At which point might society be able to produce if new resources were discovered but cannot produce at with current resources?
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3.  Ceteris paribus, if the price of Belgian chocolate falls, then we will see:
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4.  An expansion of production possibilities is known as:
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5.  The term market mechanism refers to:
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6.  The law of supply implies that:
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7.  The result of government intervention in the market is that:
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8.  Which of the following is an indicator of how much output the average person would get if all output were divided up evenly among the population?
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9.  At which point is society employing some of its available technology but not all of it?
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10.  In a mixed economy like that in United States, the question of WHAT to produce is determined by:
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11.  A production-possibilities curve indicates the:
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12.  The basic factors of production include:
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13.  Outsourcing leads to:
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14.  Which ofthe following is not held constant along a given demand curve for a good?
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15.  When monopolies exist:
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16.  In a market economy, the question of HOW to produce is determined by:
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17.  The market mechanism may best be defined as:
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18.  Macroeconomics focuses on the performance of:
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19.  Productivity:
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20.  At which point is society producin some of each type of structure but still producing inefficiently?
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21.  The cost of producing at point G rather than point D is:
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22.  Opportunity cost may be defined as the:
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23.  A factor market is any place where:
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24.  If an economy is producing inside the production-possibilities curve, then:
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25.  Per capita GDP is:
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26.  Efficiency can be defined as the:
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27.  The per capita GDP will always rise when:
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28.  An increase in the capacity to produce can be represented by a movement from:
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29.  Which of the following canbe used to correct market failure?
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30.  Which of the following sectors contributes the largest absolute amount to GDP in the United States?
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31.  Ceteris paribus, the market supply curve of a particular product indicates for a given periodthe:
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32.  Which of the following is one of the four major uses of total output?
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33.  Cereris paribus, which of the following is most likely to cause an increase in the quantity supplied of perfume?
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34.  Which ofthe following statements about markets is true?
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35.  Suppose during the course of a year an economy produces $11 trillion of consumer goods, $3 trillion of investment goods, $6 trillion in government services, and has $3 trillion of exports and $1 trillion of imports.  For this economy, GDP would be:
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36.  Gross demestic product includes all of the following except:
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37.  When government directives do not produce better economic outcomes, which of the following has occurred?
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38.  The quantity of a good a consumer is willing to buy depends on:
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39.  This economy will acheive efficiency in production at:
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40.  Nearly half of the people on earth have incomes of less than:
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41.  The four factors of production are:
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42.  A technological advance would best be represented by:
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43.  The term income transfer refers to:
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44.  "The Economy" refers to the sum of all our:
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45.  The term opportunity costs refers to the:
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46.  Peanut butter and jelly are complements. A decrease in the price of one will result in:
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47.  The market mechanism is consistent with:
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48.  Both a demand schedule and a supply schedule for a good indicate for a given period of time at different prices, ceteris paribus:
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49.  Changes in business inventories are:
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50.  Goods that have spillover costs are overproduced because:
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51.  The term externalities refers to:
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52.  When workers move from one industry to another in response to demand changes, this is an example of:
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53.  Ceteris paribus, which ofthe following would generally cause a decrease in the demand fornew automobiles?
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54.  A shift in supply is defined as a change in:
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55.  Production processes that use a high ration of capital to labor inputs are referred to as:
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56.  Ceteris paribus, if the opportunity cost of purchasing a good rises, then the maximum price a particular consumer is willing to pay for that good:
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57.  Which of the following has contributed to a decline in the farming sector in the United States?
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58.  Which of the following is true about the combination of mops and brooms represented?
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59.  Lntemational participants:
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60.  The term factor of production refers to:
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61.  A market in which final goods and services are exchanged is a:
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62.  When a surplus exists for a product:
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63.  The invisible hand refers to:
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64.  Ceteris paribus, if the subsidies given to corn syrup producers decrease, then we can expect:
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65.  Economics is the study of how:
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66.  Which of the following will cause the production-possibilities curve to shift inward?
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67.  Which of the following are classified as microeconomic goals?
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68.  If an economy is producing on its production-possibilities curve, then producing:
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69.  In a market economy, the people who receive the goods and services that are produced are those who:
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70.  Assume Pepsi and Dr. Pepper are substitutes. An increase in the price of one will result in:
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71.  Which of the following will contribute to accelerated growth for the U.S. economy in the future?
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72.  In order to attain higher living standard in the long run:
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73.  Given a downward-sloping market demand curve for productai if the price of X is reducedV from $10 to $8, then,ceteris paribus:
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74.  GDP is:
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75.  Which of the following expenditures is most important in expanding a country's production possibilities?
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76.  Production-possibilities curves demonstrate that:
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77.  Capital, as economists use the term, refers to:
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78.  Productivity is a measure of:
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79.  Comparative advantage refers to the ability to produce a good at a:
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80.  Net exports are:
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81.  Which ofthe following is a market transaction?
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82.  Assume that Point X is associated with production of 500 cars and 1,000 trucks while Point Y is associated with production of 600 cars and 950 trucks.  If Point Z is associated with the production of 700 cars, then it is most reasonable to assume that Point Z is also associated with production of:
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83.  The four major uses of total output are consumption, investment, government purchases, and:
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84.  The fundamental problem of economics is:
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85.  It there are only two airlines that fly between Dallas and New Orleans, what will happen in the market for one airline if the other one goes out of business'?
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