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Question 203 / 3 ptsJen makes $12 per hour and Sammie makes $20 per hour. Both Jen and Sammie like to eat hamburgers that cost $5 each. Select the correct answer belowSammie’s real wage is equal to 100 hamburgersJen’s real wage is equal to 5 hamburgers
Jen and Sammie’s real wages are equalSammie’s real wage is equal to 4 hamburgersJen’s real wage is higher than Sammie’s real wage
Part 2: 20 questions worth 2 points each for a total of 40 points. Question 212 / 2 ptsExamining the conditions that could lead to a recession in an economy is an example of a macroeconomics topic.
Question 222 / 2 ptsEvery individual, no matter how rich or poor, is faced with making trade-offs.
Question 232 / 2 ptsWhen voluntary exchange takes place, only one party gains from the exchange.
Question 242 / 2 ptsA college must decide if it wants to offer more Internet-based classes. This decision involves answering the economic question of "what to produce."TrueFalse
Question 252 / 2 ptsOne desirable outcome of a market economy is that it leads to a more equitable distribution of income.
Question 262 / 2 ptsAn economic model is a simplified version of reality used to analyze real-world economic situations.
Question 272 / 2 ptsThe decisions Apple makes in determining production levels for its iPhone is an example of a macroeconomics topic.
Question 282 / 2 ptsEconomic resources are also called factors of production.TrueFalse
Question 292 / 2 ptsA curved line has slope values that change at every point.
Question 302 / 2 ptsA straight line has a slope of zero.
Question 312 / 2 ptsIf a country is producing efficiently and is on the production possibilities frontier, the only way to produce more of one good is to produce less of the other.
Question 322 / 2 pts
If a country produces only two goods, then it is not possible to have a comparative advantage in the production of both those goods.TrueFalse
Question 332 / 2 ptsAny output combination outside a production possibility frontier is associatedwith unused or underutilized resources.
Question 342 / 2 ptsAn increase in the labor force shifts the production possibility frontier inwardsover time.
Question 352 / 2 ptsIf Sanjaya can shuck more oysters in one hour than Tatiana, then Sanjaya hasa comparative advantage in shucking oysters.
Question 362 / 2 pts
The basis for trade is comparative advantage, not absolute advantage.TrueFalse
Question 372 / 2 ptsIn a two-good, two country world, if one country has an absolute advantage in the production of both goods, it cannot benefit by trading with the other country.
Question 382 / 2 ptsFor a person to have a comparative advantage in producing a product, she must be able to produce that product at a lower opportunity cost than her competitors.
Question 392 / 2 ptsIt is possible to have a comparative advantage in producing a good or service without having an absolute advantage.
Question 40
2 / 2 ptsAn increase in the unemployment rate may be represented as a movement from a point on the production possibilities frontier to a point inside the frontier.TrueFalse
Quiz Score: 100out of 100

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