Exam 1 PINK Econ 251 Fall 2009 (1)

Exam 1 PINK Econ 251 Fall 2009 (1) - ECON 251 Exam #1 Pink...

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ECON 251 Exam #1 Pink Spring 2009 0001 Aubry, Amandine Monday / Wednesday / Friday 7:30 – 8:20 a.m. 0002 Aubry, Amandine Monday / Wednesday / Friday 8:30 – 9:20 a.m. 0003 Jeon, Joo Young Monday / Wednesday / Friday 9:30 – 10:20 a.m. 0004 Jeon, Joo Young Monday / Wednesday / Friday 10:30 – 11:20 a.m. 0007 Blanchard, Kelly Tuesday / Thursday 9:00 – 10:15 a.m. 0008 Blanchard, Kelly Tuesday / Thursday 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. 0009 Cristea, Anca Tuesday / Thursday 4:30 – 5:45 p.m. Econ 251 Page 1 of 9 Fall 2009 Exam 1 Pink
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1. What are the four basic economic resources? a. Natural resources, money, stocks, bonds b. Labor, capital, investment, and wages c. Land, labor, investment, and oil d. Entrepreneurship, capital, labor, and natural resources 2. The opportunity cost of an action is a. the value of the action b. the same as monetary cost of the action c. the value of the best alternative action d. the sum of the monetary cost of an action and the value of that action 3. Your friend calls you to see if you want to see a movie. Which of the following would NOT be included in the opportunity cost of going to the movie? a. The price of the dinner you prepared for yourself before your friend called b. The price of the movie ticket you have to purchase c. The price of the snacks you will buy at the movie theater d. The value of your time spent studying (your best alternative to going to the movie) 4. Suppose Vanessa can make 3 Snickers bars or 4 Twizzlers in one hour, while Anel can make 1 Snickers bars or 3 Twizzlers in one hour. What is Anel’s marginal cost of making a Twizzler? a. 3 Snickers b. 1/3 of a Snickers c. 3 Twizzlers d. 1/3 Twizzlers 5. In making Twizzlers, ________ has the comparative advantage and _________ has the absolute advantage. a. Vanessa; Anel b. Anel; Vanessa c. Anel; Anel d. Vanessa; Vanessa 6. What is the slope of Vanessa’s production possibility frontier if the number of Snickers bars is measured on the x axis? a. -3 b. -1/3 c. -3/4 d. -4/3 Econ 251 Page 2 of 9 Fall 2009 Exam 1 Pink
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7. If Vanessa and Anel work together to make Twizzlers and Snickers bars, which of the following points will be on their combined economy-wide production possibility frontier? a. 4 Twizzlers and 1 Snickers bar b. 7 Twizzlers and 1 Snickers bar c. 1 Twizzler and 4 Snickers bars d. 3 Snickers bars and 3 Twizzlers 8. This figure shows an economy-wide production possibility frontier. The PPF gets steeper as production of the good on the X axis increases. This implies that a. The costs of producing good X are the same as the costs of producing good Y. b. The marginal cost of producing good X is always higher than the marginal cost of good Y c. The marginal cost of producing good X increases as production of X increases d. The marginal cost of producing good Y increases as production of X increases 9. Which of the following shifts the production possibility frontier outward? a.
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