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) Draw a supply and demand graph that gives you the result stated in 5a and 5b. Based on the information in each statement, you should shift either the demand or the supply curve, and show that shift on the graph. Then, you must write a statement about the elasticity of the other curve (the curve that does not shift), which gives you the indicated result. Label the graph carefully, including the axes. Label the initial supply curve S1 and the initial demand curve D1. Use “2” to label the curve that shifts (D2 or S2). (In conclusion: to get points you must draw the correct curves in the graph. Then you will need an explanation that says what has to be true about the price elasticity of the curve that did not shift that is consistent with the result asked for in 5a and 5b.) a). (5 points) A decrease in the demand for good A will not change the equilibrium price. (3 points for the correct graphs and 2 for the explanation)

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2. Graph B: Utilize a market model to draw the demand and supply
for loanable fund in equilibrium. Label the demand curve D1 and the
supply curve S1. Label the initial interest rate as r1 and quantity
of loanable funds as Q1. Shift the correct curve to demonstrate
what happens in this market when there is strong economic growth.
Be sure to label the new equilibrium interest rate and quantity of
loanable funds. Briefly describe what has happened in this...

Utilize a market model to draw the demand and supply for
loanable fund in equilibrium. Label the demand curve D1 and the
supply curve S1. Label the initial interest rate as r1 and quantity
of loanable funds as Q1. Shift the correct curve to demonstrate
what happens in this market when there is strong economic growth.
Be sure to label the new equilibrium interest rate and quantity of
loanable funds. Briefly describe what has happened in this
market.

(a) Draw a Supply Curve and the Demand Curve for the Milk
market.
Label the supply S1 and the demand D1. Label the vertical axis
P for Price and label the horizontal axis Q for Quantity of Milk.
Label on the vertical axis the equilibrium price as P1. Label on
the horizontal axis the equilibrium quantity as Q1.
Assume now that the price of Breakfast Cereals has increased
by 200%.
(b) Would the Supply Curve for Milk increase, decrease or...

1. Draw a demand and supply graph to show the effect on the
equilibrium price in a market in the following situation:
The demand curve shifts to the right.
2.
Draw a demand and supply graph to show the effect on the
equilibrium price in a market in the following situation:
The supply curve shifts to the left.
3
In October 2005, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service banned the
importation of beluga caviar, the most prized of caviars, from...

Demand in Market 1: D1 = 24 - P1
Supply in Market 1: S1 = -2+ P1
Demand in Market 2: D2 = 19 - P2
Supply in Market 2: S2 = 2 + P2
1. If no trade occurs between the markets, what are the
equilibrium values of D1, S1, P1,
D2, S2, and P2? Solve
algebraically.
2. If the cost of transportation between the two markets is
PT = 2, what would be the equilibrium values of
D1,...

Question 1: Draw and
carefully describe a graph that utilizes the
Aggregate Demand/Aggregate Supply model that would illustrate the
current state of the aggregate economy in the
United States as of October 2020. The Aggregate Demand/Aggregate
Supply Model is first introduced in Chapter 11 (Links to an
external site.) of your text and is further explicated in Chapters
12 and 13. Make sure that you explain your graph in your own
words.
You should draw your own AD/AS graph which...

Show the affect of each of the following situations. Draw a
graph for each letter. Numbers are not necessary with these graphs.
However, each graph should have
demand curve, a supply curve and a new point of equilibrium
when, and IF one of the curves shifts. Show how the curve shifts
with an arrow pointing to either the new supply curve or the new
demand curve or a D1 to D2 or S1 to S2.
Example: Wool sweaters become more...

Sketch a graph that demonstrates the demand and supply
for the South Korean won against the US dollar. *Label the
initial equilibrium exchange rate and quantity of won.
*On the graph, clearly, demonstrate (shift the correct curve(s))
what happens to the exchange rate when strong growth is expected by
firms in South Korea. *Explain why you have drawn the change as you
have.

1. This question has 2 parts
a. Draw an AD/AS supply graph that depicts an inflationary gap.
Label this equilibrium as point A
b. Explain how the economy would self-correct from this
situation, and demonstrate that on the graph. You may choose to
evoke a particular equation in your explanation. Be careful to show
the direction of the shift and then label the new equilibrium point
as point B.

(i) Draw and label a supply and demand diagram with a short run
supply curve. (ii) Shift out the demand curve and show the short
run effect on output and price. (iii) Show the long run effect on
price by drawing a second short run supply curve. Use this short
run supply curve to trace out the position of the long run supply
curve. Do (i), (ii) and (iii) for a. a constant cost industry and
b. an increasing cost...

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