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    Principles of market economics

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    You are running a small yard maintenance business for the summer. What do you expect to happen to the number of
    yards you can maintain in a day as you add workers if you don't purchase more capital equipment (like mowers and leaf
    blowers? _____________

    What is a market economy?

    "If the amount of product differentiation in a monopolistically competitive industry is very small, the outcome in that
    market will not be very different than if it were a perfectly competitive industry." Explain

    Gloria works for a museum in a large city with many other museums. Her boss proposes that the museum should
    raise the price of admission to increase revenues. Gloria was a good student in her economics principles course. How should she advise her boss.

    Explain what is meant by predatory pricing, and the inherent difficulties involved with predatory pricing from a
    firm's point of view. _____________

    Studies of real world markets suggest that prices and the number of firms of comparable size in a market are: ______
    A) negatively or inversely related.
    B) positively related.
    C) not related.
    D) sometimes negatively or inversely related, but usually positively related.

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    You are running a small yard maintenance business for the summer. What do you expect to happen to the number of yards you can maintain in a day as you add workers if you don't purchase more capital equipment (like mowers and leaf blowers? _____________

    Each additional worker would produce less output. This is because if all the equipment is being used, the new employees would have to use their hands. Imagine picking up leaves by hand. Clearly these workers would not be very productive.

    What is a market economy?

    A market economy depends on buyers and sellers working out between themselves the price of a good. When there is less demand for a good, prices fall as sellers try to find buyers. These market forces will cause producers to ...

    Solution Summary

    Demonstration of market economics through different scenarios and multiple choice question.

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