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Unformatted text preview: and Jwowws numbers by 4: Our new situation is: Bump-its Ice Packs Snookers 12 18 Jwoww 12 16 Snookers has a comparative advantage in ice packs and Jwoww has a comparative advantage in Bump-its. Thus, Snookers should make ice packs and Jwoww should make Bump-its. 14. b 15. d, the demand for Tanqueray gin decreases (shift demand to the left) meaning there is a lower price and lower quantity sold for gin. 16. a 17. c, when consumer income rises, demand shifts to the right. This leads to an increase in price and quantity sold. (draw your graph) 18. c 19. e 20. d 21. d, this is a TOUGH question! First, note that as the price of melons rise, the quantity supplied of melons will rise not the supply. This eliminates choice a. and b. Now this question relates to the examples in 5a. of Chapter 1. When the price of melons rises, the (opportunity) cost of producing grapes rises. Therefore, the supply of grapes decreases....
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