ECON 2010 FINAL

B the lecture difficulty elasticity of recitations

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Unformatted text preview: ity of recitation's attendance; the percentage change in recitation attendance divided by the percentage change in lecture difficulty. B) The lecture-difficulty elasticity of recitation's attendance; the percentage change in lecture difficulty divided by percentage change in recitation attendance. C) The recitation-attendance elasticity of lecture difficulty; the percentage change in recitation attendance divided by the percentage change in lecture difficulty. D) The recitation-attendance elasticity of lecture difficulty; the percentage change in lecture difficulty divided by the percentage change in recitation attendance. 58. In the case of a negative externality from consumption, an individual chooses to consume too much from society's point of view. A) True B) False 59. Figure: MB and MC of the Tobacco Industry This graph represents the tobacco industry, in which the firm's optimal choice is different from the socially optimal choice. Which of the following could be a possible method for the market to reach th...
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