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Course: ECON 101, Fall 2011
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CHOICE. Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) An ice cream seller raises the price of its ice cream by 12 percent and observes that the quantity demanded of ice cream just falls by only 7 percent. What can we say about the ice cream producer? A) The ice cream seller can not have any impact on the quantity of...

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