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Homework Sheet Problem Set 3 International Economics (V31.0238) Spring 2008 Instructor: Vivian Z. Yue Your Name: ______________________ Recitation Section:______________________ (Optional) The approximate time you spent on this homework: ______ hours Multiple choice questions (4 points each, 40 points in total) 1. _____________ 2. _____________ 3. _____________ 4. _____________ 5. _____________ 6. _____________ 7. _____________ 8. _____________ 9. _____________ 10. _____________ Quantitative/Graphing Problems (60 points) Please write down your answers to each question clearly. Please label the graphs carefully. Use additional paper as you need and staple all the pages together. Answer to Question 1:
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International Economics (V31.0238) Spring 2008 Instructor: Vivian Z. Yue Multiple choice questions (4 points each, 40 points in total) 1. Where there are economies of scale, an increase in the size of the market will (a) increase the number of firms and raise the price per unit. (b) decrease the number of firms and raise the price per unit. (c) increase the number of firms and lower the price per unit. (d) decrease the number of firms and lower the price per unit. (e) None of the above. 2. The simultaneous export and import of widgets by the United States is an example of 3. The most common form of price discrimination in international trade is
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