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1 Spring 2015 Lisa has two summer internship offers, and she can only accept one of them. Internship A offers her a compensation of \$5,000 for the summer. Internship B offers her a compensation of \$6,600. If she accepts internship B, she will no longer be able to live with her parents (who were NOT charging her rent) and would have to get an apartment for the summer. The rent for the entire summer is \$1,500. In order to commute to and from either of the two internships, Lisa would have to spend about \$200 on gas over the summer. 1. If Lisa takes internship B, what is her opportunity cost of doing so? a. \$5,000 b. \$6,500 c. \$6,600 d. \$8, The \$200 Lisa would have to spend on gas to commute to and from either of the two internships is an example of a. Sunk cost b. Explicit opportunity cost c. Implicit opportunity cost d. None of the above 3. A is an example of a capital resource, while is an example of a land (or natural) resource. a. loan at a bank; coal b. hammer; farmer c. factory building; gold d. bond; forest Martin can make 10 bracelets or 4 necklaces in one hour. Navin can make 7 bracelets or 3 necklaces in one hour. Please use this information to answer the next 4 questions. 4. Martin has absolute advantage in which task(s)? a. making bracelets only b. making necklaces only c. making bracelets and making necklaces d. Martin has no absolute advantage in this case. Spring 2015 Page 1 of 9

2 5. has the comparative advantage in making necklaces, and has the comparative advantage in making bracelets. a. Martin; Navin b. Navin; Martin c. Navin; Navin d. Martin; Martin 6. If the number of necklaces produced is measured on the x axis, what is the slope of Navin s PPF? a. -3/7 = b. -7/3 = c. 3/7 = 0.43 d. 7/3 = If Martin and Navin work together to produce necklaces and bracelets, which of the following points would NOT satisfy production efficiency? a. 17 bracelets, 0 necklaces b. 10 bracelets, 3 necklaces c. 5 bracelets, 5 necklaces d. 3 bracelets, 6 necklaces The table below contains different points on the production possibility frontier for quinoa and barley. Quantity of quinoa (bushels) Quantity of barley (bushels) Based on the table above, what is the marginal cost of producing the 4th bushel of quinoa? a. 2 bushels of barley b. 1/2 bushel of barley c. 3 bushels of barley d. 1/3 bushel of barley Spring 2015 Page 2 of 9

3 The graph below shows an economy-wide PPF for a small country that produces only guitars and hair gel. Use this graph for the next 2 questions. Hair gel 300 A B 500 Guitars 9. The marginal cost of producing hair gel is higher at point than at point. a. A; B b. B; A c. The marginal cost of producing hair gel is constant along this PPF d. Cannot be determined 10. If there is an improvement in the technology of producing guitars, which of the following would you expect to see? a. A decrease in the x intercept of the PPF b. An increase in the x intercept of the PPF c. A decrease in the y intercept of the PPF d. An increase in the y intercept of the PPF 11. A good for which demand rises when income falls and demand falls when income rises is called a(n). a. inferior good b. normal good c. substitute in consumption d. complement in consumption 12. A decrease in the demand for flowers is depicted graphically by which of the following? a. A movement along the demand curve to the right b. A movement along the demand curve to the left c. A shift of the demand curve to the right d. A shift of the demand curve to the left Spring 2015 Page 3 of 9

4 13. In the absence of any price controls, when there is a surplus in a market, a. Prices rise to eliminate that surplus. b. Prices fall to eliminate that surplus. c. The marginal benefit of the last unit supplied is equal to the marginal cost of the last unit supplied. d. The marginal benefit of the last unit supplied is greater than the marginal cost of the last unit supplied. 14. Assume that foreign language courses and international plane tickets are complements in consumption. If the price of foreign language courses falls, what would you expect to see? a. An increase in the demand for foreign language courses b. An increase in the demand for international plane tickets c. A decrease in the supply of foreign language courses d. All of the above 15. Assume that international plane tickets and domestic plane tickets are substitutes in consumption. If the price of a domestic plane ticket increases, what will happen to the equilibrium price and quantity for international plane tickets? a. Price will decrease and quantity will increase b. Price will decrease and quantity will decrease c. Price will increase and quantity will degrease d. Price will increase and quantity will increase 16. Which of the following would increase the equilibrium price of bacon? a. An increase in the supply of bacon b. An increase in the cost of pigs used to produce bacon c. A decrease in the demand for bacon d. All of the above would increase the equilibrium price of bacon 17. If bacon and sausage are complements in production, how will an increase in the price of bacon affect the market for sausage? a. There will be a decrease in the demand for sausage b. There will be a decrease in the supply of sausage c. There will be an increase in the demand for sausage d. There will be an increase in the supply of sausage Spring 2015 Page 4 of 9

5 18. Yoga mats and yoga classes are complements in consumption, while yoga classes and tai chi classes are substitutes in production. If the price of yoga mats increases, and the price of tai chi classes increases, what happens in the market for yoga classes? a. The equilibrium quantity of yoga classes increases, and the price change is indeterminate. b. The equilibrium quantity of yoga classes decreases, and the price change is indeterminate. c. The equilibrium price of yoga classes increases, and the quantity change is indeterminate. d. Both the equilibrium quantity of yoga classes and the equilibrium price decrease. 19. At \$60, the quantity demanded of monthly unlimited yoga passes at Simply Yoga is 120. When the price rises to \$70, the quantity demanded of yoga passes drops to 110. According to this information, the price elasticity of demand for yoga passes is, and the demand is. a. 23/13 = 1.77; inelastic b. 13/23 = 0.57; inelastic c. 23/13 = 1.77; elastic d. 13/23 = 0.57; elastic 20. Julie, who owns Simply Yoga, would like to maximize revenue. Based on the information above, if the price of passes is currently \$60, what should she do in order to increase revenue? a. increase the price of yoga passes b. decrease the price of yoga passes c. maintain the current price because any increase in price will reduce quantity demanded d. maintain the current price since revenue is maximized at a price of \$ At which point on a linear demand curve is total revenue maximized? a. At equilibrium b. At any price below equilibrium c. At any price above equilibrium d. At the midpoint of the demand curve 22. Average income in West Lafayette decreased from \$60,000 to \$55,000. As a result, the number of pizzas purchased increased from 3 to 5 per family per month. The income elasticity of pizza in West Lafayette is, indicating that the pizza is a(n) good. a. 17/100 = 0.17; normal b. -1/2 = -0.5; inelastic c. -23/4 = -5.75; inferior d. -23/40 = ; inferior Spring 2015 Page 5 of 9

6 23. When the price of knick-knacks increases by 25%, the quantity demanded of paddywhacks increases by 50%. This implies that a. Knick-knacks and paddy-whacks are normal goods b. Demand for Knick-knacks and paddy-whacks is elastic c. Knick-knacks and paddy-whacks are substitutes in consumption d. Knick-knacks and paddy-whacks are complements in production 24. Based on the information in the question above, the cross-price elasticity between knickknacks and paddy-whacks is equal to a. ½ b. 2 c. -1/2 d Which of the following would make supply more elastic? a. Having fewer substitute inputs b. Having less time to respond to a change in price c. Spending a larger proportion of consumer income on the good d. Having more substitute inputs available 26. As the proportion of income spent on a good increases, a. The price elasticity of demand increases b. The price elasticity of demand decreases c. Consumers become less responsive to changes in price d. Both b and c 27. Allocative efficiency is achieved when a. producer surplus is maximized b. revenue is maximized c. quantity demanded is equal to quantity supplied d. all of the above 28. If the marginal benefit to consumers of one more cup of coffee is greater than the marginal cost to producers of one more cup of coffee, allocative efficiency would require that a. Fewer resources be devoted to coffee production b. More resources be devoted to coffee production c. Consumers drink less coffee to increase the marginal benefit d. Producers produce less coffee to reduce the marginal cost Spring 2015 Page 6 of 9

7 Consider the market for packs of gum, which is characterized by the following demand and supply schedules. Use this information to answer the next 2 questions. Price (\$) Q d Q s What level of gum production satisfies allocative efficiency? a. 250 b. 400 c d If the government imposes a price ceiling of \$1 in the market for gum above, which of the following is a result of that price ceiling? a. There will be a shortage of 250 packs of gum b. There will be a shortage of 350 packs of gum c. There will be a shortage of 100 packs of gum d. There will be a surplus of 100 packs of gum 31. Which of the following occurs when the government imposes a price floor that is set below the equilibrium price? a. There is a surplus in the market b. There is a shortage in the market c. There is the possibility for deadweight loss due to overproduction d. None of the above because the price floor would have no effect Use the following supply and demand equations for the market for root beer to answer the next 6 questions. Q d = 12 - P Q s = 2P 32. What is the marginal benefit of the 3 rd glass of root beer? a. \$4 b. \$8 c. \$9 d. \$12 Spring 2015 Page 7 of 9

8 33. What is the equilibrium price and quantity in the market for root beer? a. P*=\$2, Q*=10 b. P*=\$12, Q*=24 c. P*=\$9, Q*=3 d. P*=\$4, Q*=8 34. What is consumer surplus when the market for root beer reaches equilibrium? a. \$32 b. \$16 c. \$48 d. None of the above 35. Suppose the government imposes a \$1.50 excise tax on beer. How much beer will be sold on the market after the tax? a. 9 b. 7 c. 3.5 d With the tax in the market, consumers pay and producers receive after the tax. a. \$5; \$5 b. \$5.50; \$4 c. \$5; \$3.50 d. \$4.50; \$3 37. What is the deadweight loss in the market for root beer as a result of the tax? a. \$1.50 b. \$2.00 c. \$0.75 d. \$3 38. In general, whoever is elastic bears of the burden of the tax. a. More; more b. Less; more c. Less; less d. None of the above Spring 2015 Page 8 of 9

9 39. When supply for a good is perfectly inelastic, which of the following is true? a. The price elasticity of supply is infinite b. The supply curve is vertical c. The slope of the supply curve is equal to 0 d. All of the above 40. When supply for a good is perfectly inelastic, what is the effect of an excise tax imposed in that market? a. Consumers bear the entire burden of the tax b. Sellers bear the entire burden of the tax c. There is no deadweight loss d. Both b and c Spring 2015 Page 9 of 9

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