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ks of Macroeco × ing/user/attempt/quiz start frame auto.d21?ou-74431788isprv-Sdrce08kqi 7485464kciql-08dnb-0 rk 2 - Demand and Supply 0 Shivamioumar Patel: Attempt 1 Question 16 (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 the price of houses increases, making homeownership more expensive. How does this affect the market? Sa p.Rent Di Q1 Q. Quantity of Apartments The apartment supply curve will shift to the left. The apartment supply curve will shift to the right. The apartment demand curve will shift to the left. The apartment demand curve will shift to the right
atteript/que start frame mework 2 - Demand and Supply ength: 2:0000 Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 1 e 1: Question 17 (1 point) Consider the market for apartments in New York City illustrated in the figure below. Assume the market is initially in equilbrium at point A. Suppose liability insurance premiums paid by landlords on their rental properties decrease. How does this affect the market? P, Reat 11 12 PI 14 15 17 18 Di 20 21 Qi Q Quantity of Apatmesss The equilibrium price will increase and the equilbrium quantity will increase. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equälibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilbrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase
4431 ework 2- Demand and Supply the 200:00 Shivamkaumar Patel: Atmempt 1 Question 18 (1 point) An article in the Wall Street Journal recently discussed the market for gasoline in the Un ted States d production from hydraulic fracturing of shale deposits in the US. The denatnd and sapply g shows the market for gasoline in summer 2012. Use this graph to analyze the sithsatice descr article for the summer of 2013 Now will ths affect the enph aph below ibed in thas p. $ per Gallon 11 12 14 15 17 18 o 21 Q.Quaneiry of Gasoline The equilibrium price will rise The equilibrium price will fall. The equilibrium price could rise or fall. The equRrium price wi·not change. 02
ses Principles af Macroeco 2Vims/quizzing/user/attempt/quiz start frame auto.d21fou 744317sisprys Edre-08kq-T4 omework 2 -Demand and Supply ength: 2.00.00 Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 1 e 1: Question 19 (1 point) An article in the Wall Stroet 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 growth in production from hydraulic fracturing of shale deposits in the U.S The demand and supply graph below shows the market for gasoline in sommer 2012 Use this graph to analyze the situation described in dhis article for the sommer of 2013. How will this affect the market? p. 5 per Gallo 11 12 14 15 17 18 2021 Q. Qunatity of Gasoline The equilibrium quantity will rise, The equilibrium quantity will fall The equilibrium quantity could rise or fall The equilibrium quantity will not change
Quizes Principles of Macioeco X 178isprv- Bdre 0 74854 Homework 2 St Length: 20000 Demand and Supply Stivankumar Patel: Attempt i Page 1: Question 20 (1 point) Consider the market for saybeans illustrated in the hgure below. Assume the market is initially in equilibrium at point A. Suppose the price of peas increases (and that peas are a substitute for soybeans affect the market? s) and that harsh weather destroys a portion of the soybean crop. How does this 10 1112 13 1415 16 | | 17 | | 18 20 21 The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity could increase or decrease. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilbrium quantity will increase The equalibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity could increase or decrease
mework 2 - Demand and Supply eth: 20000 Shivamkumar Patel: Atempt 1 Question 21 (1 point) Consider the market for soybeans illustrated in the figure below. Assume the market is initially in equilibrium at point A. Suppose the price of peas increases (and that peas are a substitute for soybeans). How does this affect the market? 11 12 14 15 7 18 D, o 21 The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilbrium quantity will increase. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilibrium price wial increase and the equilibrium quantity will increase De
user/attempt/quiz start frame auto.d2l?ou 74431788isprv-kdrc-08qi-74854648cfol-08dnb0 2 - Demand and Supply Shivamkumar Patel: Attempt 1 Question 22 (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? Si p 3 per bushel Di O Quantity of Soybeaur The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will increase. The equilibrium price will decrease and the equilibrium quantity will decrease. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will increase. The equilibrium price will increase and the equilibrium quantity will decrease
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