At the market equilibrium a quantity exceeds price b excess demand equals

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128.At the market equilibriuma.quantity exceeds priceb.excess demand equals excess supply (and both are zero)c.price and quantity are equal d.each seller produces at full capacitye.everyone who is represented along the demand curve buys the goodANS:BPTS:1DIF:Difficulty: ModerateNAT:BUSPROG: AnalyticSTA:DISC: Supply and demandTOP:Putting Supply and Demand TogetherKEY:Bloom's: Comprehension129.Excess demand occurs whenFigure 3-10
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PricePer PairQuantityDemandedQuantitySupplied$ 2183$ 4144$ 6105$ 866$1028130.In supply and demand schedules in Figure 3-10, the equilibrium price of a pair of socks is131.In the supply and demand schedules in Figure 3-10, the equilibrium quantity of socks is132.In the supply and demand for socks schedules in Figure 3-10, a price of $4 per pair results ina.equilibriumb.excess supply of 10 pairsc.excess demand of 5 pairsd.excess demand of 13 pairse.excess demand of 10 pairsANS:EPTS:1DIF:Difficulty: EasyNAT:BUSPROG: AnalyticSTA:DISC: Supply and demandTOP:Putting Supply and Demand TogetherKEY:Bloom's: Application133.In the supply and demand for socks schedules in Figure 3-10, a price of $10 per pair results in
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134.If the price of film increases, the demand for film processing would decrease; moreover, the equilibrium price and quantity of film processing should also decrease.135.If prices are free to rise and fall, and supply and demand cross at a positive price, quantity combination, neither excess demand nor excess supply can persist in a market.
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