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Unformatted text preview: Ecn 100 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory University of California - Davis November 13, 2009 Instructor: John Parman Midterm 2 You have until 11:50am to complete this exam. Be certain to put your name, id number and section on both the exam and your scantron sheet and fill in test form A on the scantron. Answer all multiple choice questions on your scantron sheet. Choose the single best answer for each question; if you fill in multiple answers for a question you will be marked wrong. Answer the long answer questions directly on the exam. You must show your work for full credit. Answers may be left as fractions. Please place a box around final answers when appropriate. Good luck! Name: ID Number: Section: SECTION I: MULTIPLE CHOICE (60 points) 1. Suppose that pizza is an ordinary good for both Alex and Betsy. If Alexs demand for pizza is more inelastic than Betsys, a one percent increase in the price of pizza: (a) Will lead to a greater percentage decrease in pizza purchased for Alex than for Betsy. (b) Will lead to a greater percentage decrease in pizza purchased for Betsy than for Alex. (c) Will lead to an increase in pizza purchased for both Alex and Betsy. (d) Will have the same affect on the pizza purchased by both Alex and Betsy. 2. Suppose that the market for candy has a negatively sloped linear demand curve and a posi- tively sloped linear supply curve. A quantity tax placed on consumers will: (a) Generate a deadweight loss at least as large as the revenue generated from the tax. (b) Generate a deadweight loss smaller than the revenue generated from the tax. (c) Generate a deadweight loss equal to the revenue generated from the tax. (d) Not enough information. 3. Suppose that computers are made using machines and workers and the production technology is convex and monotonic. If 4 workers and 8 machines can produce 10 computers and 8 workers and 4 machines can also produce 10 computers, then 6 workers and 7 machines can produce:...
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- Fall '08