Basic_Exercises on BL (1) - pizza. If Lauras budget...

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Some exercises on the budget set (Answers at the end) 1.The figure above shows Laura’s budget line between sodas and slices of pizza. Suppose the price of soda is $2 per bottle and the price of a slice of pizza is $3. What is Laura’s weekly budget spent on slices of pizza and soda? a. $12 b. $24 c. $10 d. $36 2.The figure above shows Laura’s budget line between sodas and slices of pizza. If the price of a slice of pizza decreases, the budget line a. becomes steeper. b. becomes flatter. c. shifts outward and its slope does not change. d. shifts inward and its slope does not change. 3. The figure above shows Laura’s budget line between sodas and slices of pizza. If the price of a soda falls, the budget line a. becomes steeper. b. becomes flatter.
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c. shifts outward and its slope does not change. d. shifts inward and its slope does not change. 4. The figure above shows Laura’s budget line between sodas and slices of
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Unformatted text preview: pizza. If Lauras budget increases, the budget line a. becomes steeper. b. becomes flatter. c. shifts outward and its slope does not change. d. shifts inward and its slope does not change. 5. Hanks consumption possibilities change if a. his utility changes. b. the prices of the goods and services he buys change and/or if his income changes. c. technology changes. d. None of the above will change Hanks consumption possibilities. 6. Linda has $10 a month to spend on ice cream cones and chocolate bars. If the price of an ice cream cone is $2 a cone and the price of a chocolate bar is $1 a bar, which of the following is a point on Lindas budget line? a. 4 cones and 0 chocolate bars b. 1 cone and 8 chocolate bars c. 3 cones and 1 chocolate bar d. 5 cones and 10 chocolate bars 1. Answer: a 2. Answer: b 3. Answer: a 4. Answer: c 5. Answer: b 6. Answer: b...
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