LAW OF DEMAND PQ2

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25 questions
• Q1
Which of the following will result in a DECREASE in demand (i.e., a leftward shift of the demand curve)?
None of the above.
An increase in income, if the good is normal.
A decrease in the price of a complement to the good
An increase in the price of a substitute for the good.
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• Q2
When we say demand increases, we mean that there is a
leftward shift of the demand curve.
movement to the right along a demand curve.
movement to the left along a demand curve.
rightward shift of the demand curve.
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• Q3
Which of the following would NOT shift the demand curve for turkey?
a change in tastes for turkey
a decrease in the price of ham
a change in the price of a turkey
an increase in income
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• Q4
A decrease in quantity demanded caused by an increase in price is represented by a
leftward shift of the demand curve.
movement down and to the right along the demand curve.
movement up and to the left along the demand curve.
rightward shift of the demand curve.
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• Q5
An inferior good is a good for which demand
increases when income increases.
increases when population increases.
decreases when income increases.
decreases when population increases.
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• Q6
If a good is an inferior good, then purchases of that good will decrease when
population increases.
income increases.
the demand for it increases.
the price of a substitute rises.
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• Q7
By definition, an inferior good is a
good for which QUANTITY DEMANDED decreases when income increases.
good for which DEMAND decreases when its price rises.
good for which DEMAND decreases when income increases.
want that is not expressed by DEMAND.
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• Q8
People come to expect that the price of a gallon of gasoline will rise next week. As a result,
next week's supply of gasoline decreases.
the price of a gallon of gasoline falls today.
today's demand for gasoline increases.
today's supply of gasoline increases.
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• Q9
Which of the following pairs of goods are most likely substitutes?
peanut butter and gasoline
compact discs and compact disc players
cola and lemon lime soda
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• Q10
People buy more of good 1 when the price of good 2 rises. These goods are
normal goods.
substitutes.
inferior goods.
complements.
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• Q11
A drop in the price of a beef shifts the demand curve for pork tapes leftward. From that you know beef and pork are
complements
inferior goods.
substitutes.
normal goods.
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• Q12
The law of demand implies that demand curves
shift leftward whenever the price rises.
slope down.
shift rightward whenever the price rises.
slope up.
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• Q13
The law of demand implies that if nothing else changes, there is
a negative relationship between the price of a good and the quantity demanded.
a linear relationship between price of a good and the quantity demanded.
a positive relationship between the price of a good and the quantity demanded.
an exponential relationship between price of a good and the quantity demanded.
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• Q14
The law of demand states that the quantity of a good demanded varies
directly with income.
inversely with the price of substitute goods.
inversely with its price.
directly with population.
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• Q15
The law of demand states that, other things remaining the same, the higher the price of a good, the
smaller is the demand for the good.
larger is the quantity of the good demanded.
larger is the demand for the good.
smaller is the quantity of the good demanded.
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• Q16
If the price of K declines, the demand curve for the complementary product J will:
remain unchanged.
decrease.
shift to the right.
shift to the left.
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• Q17
Which of the following would not shift the demand curve for beef?
an effective advertising campaign by pork producers
a widely publicized study which indicates beef increases one's cholesterol
a change in the incomes of beef consumers
a reduction in the price of cattle feed
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• Q18
Which of the following will not cause the demand for product K to change?
a change in consumer tastes
a change in the price of K
a change in the price of close-substitute product J
an increase in consumer incomes
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• Q19
Milk and chocolate chip cookies are complementary goods. If the price of milk decreases what will happen to the quantity demanded for chocolate chip cookies?
The quantity demand for cookies will not change
The quantity demand for cookies will decrease
The quantity demand for cookies will increase
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• Q20
PlayStation 3 and XBOX 360 are substitutes. If the price of PlayStation 3 increases what will happen to the quantity demanded for XBOX 360?
The quantity demand for XBOX 360 will decrease
The quantity demand for XBOX 360 will not change
The quantity demand for XBOX 360 will increase
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