##### Consider a market where demand is D: P
PART A â Questions 1 â 7Consider a market the place demand is D: P = 30 â Q and provide is S: P = zero.5Q.1. Equilibrium amount Qe isa. \$17b. \$18c. \$19d. \$202. Equilibrium is worth Pea. 10b. 11c. 12d. 133. Client surplus CS isa. \$199b. \$200c. \$201d. \$2024. Producer surplus PS isa. \$98b. \$99c. \$100d. \$1015. Complete surplus TS isa. \$220b. \$300c. \$323d. \$4446. When the federal government imposes a worth flooring = \$20, disequilibrium between quantitydemanded and amount equipped outcomes ina. Deficit = 10b. Surplus = 10c. Deficit = 30d. Surplus = 307. Complete surplus TSâ with the worth flooring isa. \$220b. \$225c. \$230d. \$235PART B â Questions eight â 28Contemplate a market the place demand is D: P = 40 â Q and provide is S: P = Q.eight. Equilibrium amount Qe isa. 16b. 18c. 20d. 229. Equilibrium worth Pe isa. \$18b. \$20c. \$22d. \$2410. Client surplus CS isa. \$198b. \$199c. \$200d. \$20111. Producer surplus PS isa. \$198b. \$199c. \$200d. \$20112. Complete surplus TS isa. \$390b. \$394c. \$396d. \$400Impose a particular tax T = \$four on every unit offered within the above market.13. Put up-tax amount Qâ isa. 16b. 18c. 20d. 2214. Put up-tax worth Pâ isa. \$18b. \$20c. \$22d. \$2415. Client surplus CSâ isa. \$156b. \$158c. \$160d. \$16216. Producer surplus PSâ isa. \$156b. \$158c. \$160d. \$16217. Tax income TR of the federal government isa. \$68b. \$70c. \$72d. \$7418. Complete surplus TSâ isa. \$390b. \$394c. \$396d. \$400Contemplate a market the place demand is: P = 70 â Q and provide is S: P = Q.19. Equilibrium amount Qe isa. 35b. 36c. 45d. 5620. Equilibrium worth Pe isa. \$34b. \$35c. \$36d. \$3721. Client surplus CS isa. \$610b. \$612.5c. \$615d. \$64822. Producer surplus PS isa. \$610b. \$612.5c. \$615d. \$64823. Complete surplus TS isa. \$1,222b. \$1,223c. \$1,224d. \$1,225Assemble a price range impartial subsidy within the above market.24. Put up-subsidy amount Qâ isa. 35b. 36c. 45d. 5625. Put up-subsidy worth Pâ isa. \$34b. \$35c. \$36d. \$3726. Client surplus CSâ isa. \$610b. \$612.5c. \$615d. \$64827. Producer surplus PSâ isa. \$610b. \$612.5c. \$615d. \$64828. Complete surplus TS is (don't forget to account for the subsidy expenditure SE)a. \$1,222b. \$1,223c. \$1,224d. \$1,22529. The essential attribute of the long term is that:A. limitations to entry forestall new companies from getting into the trade.B. the agency has adequate time to alter the scale of its plant.C. the agency doesn't have adequate time to chop its price of output to zero.D. a agency doesn't have adequate time to alter the quantities of any of the assets itemploys.30. The regulation of diminishing returns signifies that:A. as further items of a variable useful resource are added to a hard and fast useful resource, marginal productwill decline past some level.B. due to economies and diseconomies of scale a aggressive agency's long-runaverage whole value curve will likely be U-shaped.C. the demand for items produced by purely aggressive industries is downsloping.D. past some level the additional utility derived from further items of a product will yieldthe client smaller and smaller further quantities of satisfaction.31. Variable value is:A. the price of producing yet one more unit of capital, say, equipment.B. any value which doesn't change when the agency modifications its output.C. common whole value multiplied by the agency's output.D. any value that rises with output within the brief run.32. Within the above determine, curves 1, 2, three, and four signify the:A. ATC, MC, AFC, and AVC curves respectively.B. MC, AFC, AVC, and ATC curves respectively.C. MC, ATC, AVC, and AFC curves respectively.D. ATC, AVC, AFC, and MC curves respectively.33. Confer with the above information. If product worth is \$60, the agency will:A. shut down.B. produce four items and notice a \$120 financial revenue.C. produce 6 items and notice a \$100 financial revenue.D. produce three items and incur a \$40 loss.34. Confer with the above diagram for a pure monopolist. Monopoly worth will likely be:A. e.B. c.C. b.D. a.35. Confer with the above diagram for a pure monopolist. Monopoly output will likely be:A. between f and g.B. h.C. g.D. f.Contemplate a market with the market demand D: P = 100 â Q, which is served by two Cournotduopolistic producers with the fixed marginal value MC = \$10 and no fastened value.36. In Nash equilibrium, the output of every agency, isA. 20B. 30C. 40D. 5037.A.B.C.D.In Nash equilibrium, the market output is40608010038. In Nash equilibrium, the market worth isA. \$30B. \$40C. \$50D. \$6039. In Nash equilibrium, revenue of every agency isA. \$900B. \$1000C. \$1100D. \$120040. When these two companies collude to kind a cartel, the market output isA. 10B. 20C. 35D. 4541. When these two companies collude to kind a cartel, the market worth isA. 45B. 55C. 60D. 7042. When these two companies collude to kind a cartel, the revenue of every agency isA. \$1012.50B. \$1450.50C. \$1560.25D. \$1860.2543. Beneath pure competitors a lot of equivalent companies on this market would produce aA.B.C.D.market output of809010011044. Beneath pure competitors the market worth on this market would beA. \$10B. \$14C. \$15D. \$18