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Types of Goods,Supply and Demand, Price Ceiling

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1. A ------------ ----------- is a legal maximum price above which a commodity cannot be sold.

2. Cars and gasoline are a good example of-----------(complements, inferior goods, substitutes)

3. The law of ---------- states that the quantity demanded is inversely to price.

4. If the demand for a good falls when income increases, the good is call a(n) ------------- good

5. The supply curves slopes ---------- because, all else equal, a higher price means a greater quantity supplied.

6. At the ----------- price, quantity demanded is equal to quantity supplied.

7. In a market, the price of any good adjusts until ---------- ------------ equals quantity supplied.

8. A shortage will occur at a price ----------- equilibrium and a surplus will occur at any price ---------- equilibrium.

9. A reduction in an input price will cause a change in quantity ------------, but not a change in --------------

10. If a price ceiling is below the equilibrium price, the quantity ----------- will exceed the quantity ------------.

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1. Maximum Retail Price

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Answer explains the concepts of Supply and Demand, Price ceiling and also explains the different types of goods by answering questions.

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