# What is the quantity of televisions demanded per year

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Chapter 6 / Exercise 02
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6.What is the quantity of televisions demanded per year when the average price of a television is \$100 per unit and the demand curve for televisions is represented by Qd= 3.5million – 5000P? b.a)2.5 million televisionsc.b)3.0 million televisionsd.c)3.2 million televisionse.d)4.0 million televisionsAns: B
Difficulty Level: MediumHeading: Demand, Supply, and Market EquilibriumLO: 1 Describe the three main building blocks of supply and demand analysis -- demand curves, supply curves, and the concept of market equilibriuma.7.The linear demand curve is represented by the equation
Difficulty Level: EasyHeading: Demand, Supply and Market EquilibriumLO: 1 Describe the three main building blocks of supply and demand analysis -- demand curves, supply curves, and the concept of market equilibriuma.8.Which of the following statements best illustrates the law of supply?
Difficulty Level: MediumHeading: Demand, Supply, and Market EquilibriumLO: 1 Describe the three main building blocks of supply and demand analysis -- demand curves, supply curves, and the concept of market equilibriuma.9.A curve that shows us the total quantity of goods that their suppliers are willing to sell at different prices is
Difficulty Level: EasyHeading: Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium
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LO: 1 Describe the three main building blocks of supply and demand analysis -- demand curves, supply curves, and the concept of market equilibriuma.10.Which of the following is not a factor held constant when deriving a supply curve for ski boots?b.a)The price of ski lift tickets. c.b)The price of ski boots.d.c)The wages of workers who make ski boots.e.d)The price of skis. Ans: B
Difficulty Level: MediumHeading: Demand, Supply, and Market EquilibriumLO: 1 Describe the three main building blocks of supply and demand analysis -- demand curves, supply curves, and the concept of market equilibriuma.