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User : Alaa Alakeely In Course : PRIN ECONOMICS II ( ECN 222W SU810 09 SP) Instructor : Edward T Derbin Exam 4 (Ch Warning : There is a checkbox at the bottom of the exam form that you MUST check prior to submitting this exam. Failure to do so may cause your work to be lost. THIS IS A TIMED EXAM! Click to see time remaining Instructions : You have one hour and 30 minutes to complete your exam. Once you begin (open) this exam, the clock is ticking, so plan accordingly. You will have plenty of time to complete it. Question 1 (True/False Worth 5 points) Collusion is perfectly legal in the U.S. TrueFalse Question 2 (True/False Worth 5 points) Oligopolies exist and do not attract new rivals because of barriers to entry. TrueFalse
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Question 3 (True/False Worth 5 points) An oligopoly firm can escape the prisoners' dilemma by advertising that the firm will match whatever price the other firm advertises. TrueFalse Question 4 (True/False Worth 5 points) An example of a firm with little bargaining power with respect to a buyer is an oil company. TrueFalse
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