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Question 20.25

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In perfectly competitive markets, there are enough firms and buyers so that no firm can determine the market price. 


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Question 30.25

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For a perfectly competitive firm, fixed costs are not included in marginal costs.


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Question 40.25

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The supply curve and the marginal cost curve tell you the same information


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Question 50.25

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According to the rational rule for sellers, a seller should continue to produce until price is greater than marginal cost. 


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Question 60.25

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In our class, when there is a change in the price, as a result, we say, "there is a change in the supply."


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There are four suppliers in the packed meals market. The quantity of packed meals that each one is willing to supply per week at various prices is provided in the accompanying table.When the price falls from $6.50 per meal to $6.25 per meal the quantity supplied in the market falls by 152,000 meals.



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Question 80.25

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(Figure: Graph) In the graph, the movement from point E to point F represents a decrease in supply.



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Question 90.25

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(Figure: Graph) In the graph, the movement from point G to point F represents a decrease in supply



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Question 100.25

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(Figure: Graph) In the graph, the movement from point G to point H represents an increase in quantity supplied.



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Question 110.25

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A higher price results in a larger quantity supplied in the market because the higher price causes more firms to sell goods and services and because existing firms increase the amount they sell. 


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Question 120.25

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If a firm expects lower prices in the future, it will decrease the supply today. 


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Question 130.25

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Paper producers can manufacture both printing and drawing paper. Falling prices for printing paper would cause the supply of drawing paper to increase. 


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Question 140.25

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When prices increase along a supply curve, the cost of inputs falls. 


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Question 150.25

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Expected future profits in an industry rise. This would increase the supply today.


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Question 160.25

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(Figure: Graph) In the graph, the movement from point E to point H could represent a decrease in productivity.

 



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Question 170.25

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A rise in input prices; a decrease in the number of sellers in the market; a fall in the price of a substitute-in-production all can cause the supply to decrease.


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Question 180.25

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When price is greater than marginal cost, a firm should produce more. 


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Question 190.25

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Daisy is a milk farmer in a perfectly competitive market where there are many milk farmers. The market price of milk is $0.15 per gallon, which is also the marginal cost per gallon of milk. If Daisy charges $0.25 per gallon, she will not sell any milk.


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The table shows the supply data for four different bakeries that produce muffins. Assuming that these are the only four sellers in the market the market supply at at price of $3.00 is 395 muffins. 



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