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1 ECON 251 Exam 2 Pink Use the table below to answer the following four questions The table below shows Harry s total utility from consuming beer and wine. The price of beer is \$2 per bottle. The price of wine is \$4 per Glass. Bottles of Beer Total Utility from consuming Beer Glasses of Wine Total Utility from consuming Wine What is the marginal utility per dollar that Harry receives from consuming the 4 th glass of wine? a. 5/4 = 1.25 b. 42/4 = 10.5 c. 26/4 = 6.5 d Harry has \$14 of income. Suppose Harry is currently consuming 1 bottle of beer and 3 glasses of wine. Because the satisfaction per dollar that Harry receives from the 1 st bottle of beer is than the satisfaction per dollar he receives from the 3 rd glass of wine, he will choose to consume wine to maximize his utility. a. less; less b. more; more c. less; more d. more; less 3. What combination of beer and wine will maximize Harry s utility given his budget as stated above? a. 5 bottles of beer and 4 glasses of wine b. 1 bottle of beer and 2 glasses of wine c. 2 bottles of beer and 1 glass of wine d. 3 bottles of beer and 2 glasses of wine Exam 2 Pink Page 1 of 13

2 4. If you were to graph Harry s budget line with the quantity of beer on the x axis and the quantity of wine on the y axis, which of the following equations could represent his budget line? (Assume the prices of wine and beer and his income level remain the same as above, and B = the quantity of beer and W = the quantity of wine.) a. 7 = B + 2W b. 14 = 4B + 2W c. 2 = 2B + 4W d. 14 = B + W 5. Georgia s income is \$2000, which she spends only on meat and potatoes. When she is maximizing her utility given her budget, she is willing to give up 3 pounds of potatoes (her y-axis good) for 4 pounds of meat (her x-axis good). This implies that her marginal rate of substitution is equal to a. ¾ b. 4/3 c. 1 d Based on the information in the problem above, if the price of potatoes is \$6 per pound, what is the price of a pound of meat? a. \$12 b. \$4.50 c. \$3 d. \$8 Exam 2 Pink Page 2 of 13

3 7. Based on the indifference curves for an individual consumer below, which of the following statements is true? a. Point C is preferred to point B b. Point C is preferred to point A c. Point B is preferred to point A d. Point A is preferred to point B Exam 2 Pink Page 3 of 13

4 Miles spends all his income on fish sandwiches and milk. The figure below shows his indifference curves and budget line before and after a price change. Use the information in the figure to answer the following 3 questions. 8. What must have happened to cause Miles budget line to change from BL1 to BL2? a. A decrease in the price of fish sandwiches b. An increase in the price of fish sandwiches c. A decrease in the price of milk d. A decrease in income 9. The substitution effect of the price change causes Miles consumption of fish sandwiches to, and the income effect of the price change causes Miles consumption of fish sandwiches to. a. Decrease by 4; Decrease by 1 b. Increase by 1; Decrease by 5 c. Decrease by 4; Increase by 1 d. Decrease by 5; Increase by 1 Exam 2 Pink Page 4 of 13

5 10. Based on the information in the figure above, we know that fish sandwiches are a(n) good for Miles. a. Giffen b. Inferior c. Normal d. Standard 11. When the price of a normal good rises, a. Both the income and substitution effects encourage a consumer to buy less of the good b. Both the income and substitution effects encourage a consumer to buy more of the good c. The income effect encourages a consumer to buy less of the good, but the substitution effect encourages the consumer to buy more the good d. The income effect encourages a consumer to buy more of the good, but the substitution effect encourages the consumer to buy less of the good. 12. Which of the following statement(s) is true about the average and the marginal product of labor? a. When the marginal product is greater than the average product, the average product rises. b. When the marginal product is equal to the average product, the average product reaches its minimum. c. Whenever marginal product is falling, average product is falling too. d. All of the above are true. Exam 2 Pink Page 5 of 13

6 Use the table below to answer the following three questions Number of Workers Quantity of Sweaters produced The average product of 2 workers is, while the marginal product of the 2 nd worker is. a. 6; 7 b. 6; 6.67 c. 7; 5 d. 12; Diminishing marginal returns to labor set in when the worker is hired. a. 1 st b. 3 rd c. 4 th d. 5 th 15. Suppose a single worker s wage is \$15. Given the table above, what is the marginal cost of producing the 25 th Sweater? a. \$15 b. \$0.6 c. \$3 d. \$ Suppose in the cable industry, a firm is able to produce 20 units at an average total cost of \$20 in the long run. When the same firm produces 100 units, the average total cost of producing is \$10. Given the above information, which of the following statements is true? a. Between the quantities 20 and 100 the firm is experiencing diseconomies of scale b. Between the quantities 20 and 100 the firm is experiencing economies of scale c. Between the quantities 20 and 100 the firm is experiencing constant returns to scale d. None of the above are true Exam 2 Pink Page 6 of 13

7 17. If the average total cost of producing is falling as output expands, a. The marginal cost of production must be below the average total cost b. The marginal cost of production must be above the average total cost c. The marginal cost of production must be above the average variable cost d. Both b and c Assume the athletic apparel industry has 6 firms. The table below provides total sales revenue for each of the 6 firms. Use this information to answer the following 2 questions. Firm Adidas Nike Reebok Under Armour Champion Columbia Sales Revenue \$100 million \$400 million \$250 million \$200 million \$10 million \$40 million 18. The 4-firm concentration ratio for the athletic apparel industry is, while the Herfindahl-Hirschman index for the industry is. a. 95; 2742 b. 65; 2725 c. 90; 2290 d. 94; In the market for athletic equipment (not apparel), the four-firm concentration ratio is 35, while the Herfindahl-Hirschman index is This implies that a. The athletic apparel industry is more competitive than the athletic equipment industry. b. The athletic apparel industry is more concentrated than the athletic equipment industry. c. The athletic apparel industry is perfectly competitive, while the athletic equipment industry is closer to monopoly. d. All of the above. Exam 2 Pink Page 7 of 13

8 20. In a perfectly competitive industry, a. There are a small number of firms producing slightly differentiated products b. There are a large number of firms producing slightly differentiated products c. Demand facing an individual firm has a price elasticity of demand equal to infinity. d. Demand facing an individual firm has a price elasticity of demand equal to 0. Use the figure below to answer the following five questions Mama Murphy is a pizzeria that operates in a perfectly competitive market. The figure below shows the Average Total Cost (ATC), Average Variable Cost (AVC) and Marginal Cost (MC) curves for Mama Murphy pizzeria. Dollars MC ATC \$15 AVC \$13 \$12.75 \$12 \$ Boxes of Pizza 21. If the average variable cost of producing 20 boxes of pizza is \$14, what is the average variable cost of producing 15 boxes of pizza? a. \$20 b. \$11.67 c. \$10.50 d. \$ Suppose the market price for a box of pizza is \$15. What is Mama Murphy s marginal revenue from selling the 5 th Box of Pizza? a. \$12 b. \$10 c. \$15 d. \$ 0 Exam 2 Pink Page 8 of 13

9 23. Suppose the market price for a box of pizza is \$15. How many boxes of pizza will Mama Murphy sell to maximize its profit? a. 5 boxes of pizza b. 12 boxes of pizza c. 15 boxes of pizza d. 20 boxes of pizza 24. What is the economic profit that Mama Murphy makes when the market price is \$15? a. \$30 b. \$45 c. \$144 d. \$ Based on the information above, in the long run, we expect prices in the pizzeria industry to as firms the market until profit is equal to. (Assume no changes in cost curves in the long run.) a. Fall; enter; \$0 b. Fall; exit; \$15 c. Rise; exit; \$0 d. Rise; enter; \$15 Jason sells Hawaiian shirts in a perfectly competitive market. The table below provides cost information for Jason s firm. Use the information in the table below to answer the following 3 questions. Quantity Variable Cost Total Cost Fixed costs facing Jason s firm are equal to, indicating Jason is operating in the. a. \$0; long run b. \$0; short run c. \$100; long run d. \$100; short run Exam 2 Pink Page 9 of 13

10 27. If the price of a Hawaiian shirt is \$15, to maximize profit Jason should produce shirts. a. 0 b. 1 c. 2 d Which of the following is closest to the shut-down point for Jason s firm? a. \$0 b. \$10 c. \$17 d. \$ The shut-down point for a firm is the point where a. Average total cost is minimized in the short run b. Marginal cost is equal to average total cost in the short run c. Average variable cost is minimized d. All of the above 30. Assume demand in the market for cement fiber siding is estimated by the equation Q d = -4P + 20, where Q d is the quantity demanded of cement fiber siding (per square foot), and P is the price per square foot. If the market is characterized as a monopoly, what would be the monopolist s marginal revenue from selling the 10 th unit of output? a. \$0 b. \$4 c. \$5 d. \$ Based on the marginal revenue of selling the 10 th unit of output from the question above, which of the following must be true? a. Demand is unit elastic at a quantity of 10. b. Demand is elastic at a quantity of 10 (but not perfectly elastic). c. Demand is inelastic at a quantity of 10. d. Demand facing the monopoly is perfectly elastic at the 10 th unit of output. Exam 2 Pink Page 10 of 13

11 32. If marginal costs facing the monopolist above are estimated by the equation MC = 2Q, the monopolist will maximize profit by producing square feet of siding and selling it at a price of per square foot. a. 0; \$0 b. 2; \$4.50 c. 4; \$4 d. 10; \$5 33. What deadweight loss does the monopoly in the fiber cement industry create? a. \$5.26 b. \$0.63 c. \$0.06 d. \$0 34. Consider the graph below representing demand, revenue, and cost functions for a monopoly. Based on this graph, the level of output that satisfies allocative efficiency is equal to, while the monopoly maximizes profit by producing a level of output equal to. P 22 MC D MR Q a. 30; 20 b. 20; 30 c. 0; 20 d. 0; 30 Exam 2 Pink Page 11 of 13

12 35. When the monopolist in the graph above practices perfect price discrimination, which of the following is true? a. The monopoly will produce 20 units of output for a price of \$12 each. b. The monopoly will produce 30 units of output for a price of \$12 each. c. The monopoly will produce 30 units of output for a price of \$10 each. d. None of the above 36. Which of the following statements is true when a monopoly practices perfect price discrimination? a. Allocative efficiency is achieved b. Price discrimination is most profitable when firms can prohibit resale c. Consumer surplus is equal to \$0 d. All of the above statements are true 37. If a monopoly is earning positive economic profits, what happens in the long run? a. Firms begin to enter the market, prices begin to fall, and profit will eventually fall to zero. b. Firms begin to exit the market, prices begin to fall, and profit will eventually fall to zero. c. Firms begin to enter the market, prices begin to rise, and profit will continue to stay positive. d. Because there are barriers to entry, other firms are kept out of the market, and the monopoly can continue to earn positive economic profit in the long run. 38. The government has determined that the cable industry is an example of a natural monopoly. This implies that a. The cable company can charge whatever price it wants for cable. b. The costs of providing cable fall, on average, as output expands in the long run. c. The marginal cost of providing cable is greater than the average cost of providing cable in the long run. d. There are no barriers to entry in the cable industry. 39. If the government regulates the cable industry to produce the level of output that would satisfy allocative efficiency, which of the following would occur? a. The cable industry would maximize profit under regulation at the same level of output where it would maximize profit without regulation. b. The price charged by the cable company would be below the average cost of providing cable services. c. The monopoly will continue to earn positive economic profit in the long run. d. All of the above. Exam 2 Pink Page 12 of 13

13 40. When the government regulates the cable industry to produce the level of output that would satisfy allocative efficiency, what kind of regulation is taking place? a. Marginal cost pricing b. Average cost pricing c. Rate of return regulation d. Price cap regulation Exam 2 Pink Page 13 of 13

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