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If the price of good X decreases by 2.1% and the price elasticity of demand is 0.4, find the percentage change in quantity demanded and the percentage change in revenue. If you want to increase revenue should you increase or decrease the price in this case?

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1) The income elasticity of demand for Good Z is –0.2, while the
cross-price elasticity of demand between Good Z and Good Y is 1.63.
Which of the following statements is correct regarding Good Z?
Group of answer choices
Good Z is a inferior good, and Goods Z and Y are
complements.
Good Z is an inferior good, and Goods Z and Y are
substitutes.
Good Z is a normal good, and Goods Z and Y are complements.
Good Z...

QUESTION 36 The price elasticity of demand for Alpha personal
computer is estimated to be -2.0. If the price of the computers
decreases by 5%, what would be the expected percentage changes in
the quantity demanded and in the total revenue for the company? a)
Quantity demanded would decrease by 10% and total revenue would
decreases by 5%. b) Quantity demanded would increase by 10% and
total revenue would increases by 5%. c) Quantity demanded would
decrease by 10% and...

1-As we move up the demand curve, the price elasticity of demand
* A) increases B) decreases C) becomes unitary D) does not
change
2-If the price of lemonade increases relative to the price of
grape juice, the demand for: * A) grape juice will decrease. B)
grape juice will increase. C) lemonade will decrease. D) lemonade
will increase.
3-An increase in price will result in no change in total revenue
if: * A) the percentage change in price is...

If the price of good C decreases by 2% and the quantity
demanded of good D decreases by 8%, what is the cross price
elasticity of demand. Are the two goods substitutes or
complements? Why?
If the price of good A decreases by 1.3% and the price
elasticity of demand is 1.5, find the percentage change in quantity
demanded and the percentage change in revenue. If you
want to increase revenue should you increase or decrease the price
in this case?
Part B...

1. What is the numerical value for the price elasticity of
demand if a price change causes no change in quantity
demanded?________ What is the numerical value for elasticity of
demand if a price change causes no change in total revenue?________
What is the elasticity of demand for a horizontal demand
curve?________ What is the elasticity of demand if a price increase
leads to an increase in total revenue? elastic /
inelastic. What is the numerical value for the elasticity...

The cross-price elasticity of demand measures the
absolute change in the quantity demanded of one good divided by
the absolute change in the price of another good.
percentage change in the price of one good divided by the
percentage change in the quantity demanded of another good.
percentage change in the quantity demanded of one good in one
location divided by the price of the same good in another
location.
percentage change in the quantity demanded of one good divided...

Assume the price elasticity of demand for a good is –1.23. The
demand for this good is _______ which means the percentage change
in quantity demanded (in absolute value) is _______ the percentage
change in price (in absolute value).
Group of answer choices
elastic, larger than
elastic, smaller than
inelastic, smaller than
inelastic, larger than

Suppose that goods A and B are close substitutes. If the price
of good A decreases, then we would expect an:
a) increase in the demand for A and a decrease in the quantity
of B demanded.
b )increase in the demand for A and an increase in the quantity
of B demanded.
c) increase in the demand for good A as well as for good B.
d) increase in the quantity of A demanded and a decrease in the...

If the percentage change in
price is 10 percent and the demand is elastic, how would the
quantity demanded percentage change?
If a decrease in price
increases total revenue, what can you determine about the
elasticity of demand for the good?

Cross-price elasticity of demand is calculated as
the
total percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the total
percentage change in price.
percentage change in the price of good 1 divided by the percentage
change in the price of good 2.
percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the percentage
change in income.
percentage change in quantity demanded of good 1 divided by the
percentage change in the price of good 2.

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