Customers who purchase an audio CD from Sallys Sounds are charged 20 more than

Customers who purchase an audio cd from sallys sounds

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27. Customers who purchase an audio CD from Sally’sSounds are charged 20% more than customers who purchase the audio CD from the Sally's Sounds website. This is an example of a. perfect price discrimination.b. price discrimination.c. deadweight loss.d. socially inefficient output.ANSWER: b 28. During the holiday season, high-end retailers frequently place a high price on merchandise on weekends and discount the price during the week. They do this because they believe that two groups of customers exist: shoppers with little free time and bargain hunters. Bargain hunters have time to shop around and frequently shop during the week. What do economists call this price strategy used by high-end retailers? b 29. Which of the following is an example of price discrimination? d 30. Which of the following is an example of price discrimination? c
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