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⑩ Quizzes . Principles of Macroeco t/quiz-start-frame-auto.d21?ous 7443 1 78&isprv π&drc:0&qis 7485464&cfql=0&dnb :0 Demand and Supply hivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 The apartment supply curve will shift to the left. Question 14 (1 point) Consider the market for soybeans illustrated in the figure below. Assume the market is initially in equilibrium at point A. Suppose harsh weather destroys a portion of the soybean crop. How does this affect the market? p.$per bushel PtI Di Q Quantity of Soytbeans The soybean supply curve will shift to the left The soybcan demand curve will shift to the right The soybcan demand curve will shift to the left The soybean supply curve will shift to the right Question 15 1 point) An article in the Wall Street Jourial recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the Compazed with the pre summer (2012) the article stated that there will be
Quizzes-Principles of Macroecor X /quiz start frame auto.d21?ou-74431788isprv-8drc-08iqi-74854648cfql-08idnb-0 Demand and Supply ivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 Question 15 (1 point An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the summer of 2013. Compared with the previous summer (2012), the article stated that there will be lower demand, as cars become more efficient. The demand and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012. Use this graph to analyze the situation described in this article for the summer of 2013. How will this affect the figure for 2013 S3012 p. S per Gallon P2912 Doz Q. Quanhity of Gasoline The demand curye will shift left The demand curve will shift right. The supply curve will shift right the supply curve will shiftieft Question 16 (1 point recentlh discussed the market for zasoline in the 1L
Quizzes - Principles of Macroeco G ot/quiz start frame auto.d2l?ou 74431788isprv-&drc-0&qi-7485464&cfql-0&dnb-0 Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 Question 16 (1 point) An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the summer of 2013. Compared with the previous summer (2012), the article stated that there will be lower demand, as cars become more efficient and prowth in production from hydraulic fracturing of shale deposits in the U.S. The demand and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012 Use this graph to analyze the situation described in this article for the summer of 2013. How will this affect the figure for 2013? in summer 2012 012 p. S per Gallon Po1z Da Q Quautity of Gasoline The demand curve will shift left and the supply curve will shift right. The demand curye will shift right and the supply curve will shift left The demand curve and supply curve will both shift ight The demand curvc and supply curve will both shift loft Question 17 (4 point
emand and Supply amkumar Patel: Attempt 2 The demand curve and supply curve will both shi ft left. Question 17 (1 point) Consider the market for apartments in New York City illustrated in the figure below. Assume the market is initially in equilibrium at point A. Suppose liability insurance premiums paid by landlords on their rental properties decrease. Suppose also that the price of houses increases, making homeownership more expensive. How does this affect the market? Si p Rent Pi Di Q Qunntity of Apartments The cquilibrium price could increase or decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase. The equilibrium price w讯increase and the cqombrium uantity wit increase The equitibrium price could increase or decoasc and the equSibnum Ouantity wilt OM
Quizzes -Principles of Macroecor x pt/quiz start frame auto.d21?ou 74431788isprv-8idrc-08kqi-7485464&cfql-08&dnb-0 Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. Question 18 (1 point) An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the demand, as cars in sommer 2012 Use this graph to analyze the situation descrbed in this article for the summer of 2013 summer of 2013. Compared previous with the previous summer (2012), the article stated that there will be lower e more efficient and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline become How will this affect the equilibrium market? S2012 p. S per Gallon P2012 Dzoa Q. Quatity of Gasoline The equilibrium price will risc. The equilibrium price will fall The equilibrium price could rise or fall. The equilibrium price will not change 0
Quizzes- Principles of MacroecoG mpt/quiz start frame auto.d21?ou 74431788isprv&drc-08qi 7485464&Icfql-08dnb 0 - Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 Question 19 (1 point) An article in the Wal Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the summer of 2013. Compared with the previous summer (2012), the artscle stated that there will be lower demand, as cars become more efficient and erowth in production from hydraulic fracturing of shale deposits in the U.S. The demand and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012. Use this graph to analyze the situation described in this article for the summer of 2013. How will this affect the graph S202 p. S per Gallon P2ot2 Oion Q. Qnaulity of Gasolave The ecoullbfum pricewill berase and the eoulbium quanty could inceaseor decrease The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity could increase or decrease The equilibrium price will decreaso and tbe cqudibrium nanbty wiltl ncrease The equilibrium price will docrease and thie equilibrium quantity will decrease
Quizzes-Principles of Macroeco G tempt/quiz start frame auto.d21?ou 74431788isprv &drc-08qi 74854648cfql-08dnb-0 2- Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 Question 20 (1 point) An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the summer of 2013. Compared with the previous summer (2012), the article stated that there will be production from hydraulic fracturing of shale shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012. Use this graph to analyze the stuation described in this article for the summer of 2013. How will this affect the graph? in the U.S. The demand and supply graph below Soo p. $ per Gallon 203 Q. Quantity of Gasoliie The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase. The equilibriom price will decreasc and the cquilibrium quantity will decrease. The cquilibrium price will increase and the cquilibrium quantity will increase. The cquilibrium price will increase and the equilibriom quantity will decrease Question 21(1 point An aticle in the Tail Stieet Jonal recenl discussed the marke n the Unsted States during the tated that there will be loser
pt/quiz-start-frame_auto.d2l?ous 7443 1 78&isprv= &drc=0&qi-7485464&cfq1:0&dnb :0 Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. Question 21 (1 point) An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the United States during the summer of 2013. Compared with the previous summer (2012), the article stated that there will be lower demand, as cars become more efficient. The demand and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012. Use this graph to analyze the situation described in this article for the summer of 2013. How will this affect the graph? Spo2 P. S per Gallorn Pt2 Doco Qom2 The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will decreasc. The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will increase The cquilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will docrease Q、Qsmatity of Gasoline
Quizzes Principles of Macroeco xG t/quiz start frame auto.d21?ou 74431788isprv 8drc 08qi-74854648cfql 08dnb-0 Demand and Supply hivamkumar Patel: Attempt 2 The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. Question 22 (1 point) Consider the market for apartments in New York City illustrated in the fgure below. Assume the market is initially in equilibrium at point A. Suppose the price of houses increases, making homeownership more expensive. How does this affect the market? S1 P. Rent Ps Di Q Quastity of Apamients The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will decrease The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will increase.
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