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25.A higher price for batteries would result in a(n)a.increase in the demand for flashlights.b.decrease in the demand for flashlights.c.increase in the demand for batteries.d.decrease in the demand for batteries.Figure 4-1____ 26.Refer to Figure 4-1. The movement from point A to point B on the graph would be caused bya.an increase in price.b.a decrease in price.c.a decrease in the price of a substitute good.d.an increase in income.____ 27.Refer to Figure 4-1. The movement from point A to point B on the graph showsa.a decrease in demand.b.an increase in demand.c.a decrease in quantity demanded.d.an increase in quantity demanded.____28.When we move along a given demand curve,a.only price is held constant.b.income and the price of the good are held constant.c.all nonprice determinants of demand are held constant.d.all determinants of quantity demanded are held constant.____ 29. Which of the following wouldnotaffect an individual's demand curve?a.expectationsb.incomec.prices of related goodsd.the number of buyers____30.When the number of buyers in a market increases,a.the market demand curve shifts to the right.b.the demand curves of the individual demanders in the market are unaffected.c.the market demand for the good in question increases.d.Al of the above are correct.
Name: ________________________ID: A____31.If the number of buyers in the market decreases, the
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____ 32. The market demand curve
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____34.Today's demand curve for gasoline could shift in response toa.a change in today's price of gasoline.b.a change in the expected future price of gasoline.c.a change in the number of sellers of gasoline.d.All of the above are correct.
____35.Which of the following events could shift the demand curve for gasoline to the left?

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