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Question 5 1.5 pts If demand is linear, the own-price elasticity Becomes more price elastic as we move to higher quantities Becomes less price elastic as we move to higher quantities. Is constant as we move to higher quantities. It can become positive at higher quantities D Question 6 1.5 pts Assume the annual demand for Golden Delicious apples in Connecticut can be represented by the following demand equation: QG-8-2 PG 1.2PF +0.2 Pop0.31 Where QG is the quantity demanded of Golden Delicious Apples, PG is the price of Golden Delicious Apples, PF is the price of Fuji apples, Pop is the population of Connecticut, and I is the average household income in Connecticut. Golden Delicious and Fuji Apples are complements: True FalseDQuestion 7 1.5 pts Assume the annual demand for Golden Delicious apples in Connecticut can be represented by the following demand equation: QG- 8-2PG1.2PF0.2 Pop+0.31 Where QG is the quantity demanded of Golden Delicious Apples, PG is the price of Golden Delicious Apples, PF is the price of Fuji apples, Pop is the population of Connecticut, and I is the average household income in Connecticut. Golden Delicious Apples are a normal good: True False DQuestion 8 1.5 pts Assume the annual demand for Golden Delicious apples in Connecticut can be represented by the following demand equation: QG-8-2 PG 1.2 PF 0.2 Pop0.3*1 Where QG is the quantity demanded of Golden Delicious Apples, PG is the price of Golden Delicious Apples, PF is the price of Fuji apples, Pop is the population of Connecticut, and I is the average household income in Connecticut. If the price of Golden Delicious Apples increases, the demand Golden Delicious Apples will shift to the left: O True False

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