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Self-Test Questions Chapter 3 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The concept of elasticity is used to a. analyze how much the economy is capable of expanding. b. determine the level of government invention in the economy. c. analyze supply and demand with greater precision. d. calculate consumer credit purchases. ANS: C 2. If a good is a necessity, demand for the good would tend to be a. elastic. b. horizontal. c. unit elastic. d. inelastic. ANS: D 3. If a good is a luxury, demand for the good would tend to be 4. Demand for a good would tend to be more inelastic the 5. A binding price ceiling causes
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