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A large increase in gas prices creates a demand for cars with good gas mileage. It takes months for car companies to make these cars. How do you describe this market for cars? A. inelastic B.
elastic C. static D. inferior
A. inelastic
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User: A large increase in gas prices creates a demand for cars with good gas mileage. It takes months for car companies to make these cars. How do you describe this market for cars? A. inelastic B. elastic C. static D. inferior

Weegy: A. inelastic
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User: What is the effect of import restrictions on supply? A. They cause the available supply of goods to drop. B. They cause the available supply of goods to rise. C. They often cause supply to rise steeply and then drop. D. They usually do not have any lasting effect on supply.

Weegy: B- they cause the availability of the goods to drop, as the import restriction, such as a quota, restricts the amount of supply at "x" quantity. [ If the supply prior to the import restriction is at a greater amount then "x" then supply falls to meet the boundary. ]
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User: Which of the following is an example of government influence on supply? A. law of supply B. subsidies C. marginal costs D. market supply curve





Weegy: Subsidies. The government basically funds,in all or in part, an industry's production.
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User: If a seller expects the price of a good to rise in the future, the seller will A. place these goods on the market immediately. B. increase production of the good. C. store these goods until the price goes up. D. increase the price of the good now.

Weegy: The seller expects rise in price of a good he will increase production of the good.
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User: Due to an increase in her rent, Isa needs to cut back her spending on other items. Which of the following types of goods will Isa consume less of? A. substitutes B. normal goods C. inferior goods D. complements

Weegy: Isa will need to spend less on complements
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User: Which of the following actions by the government constitutes a subsidy? A. a price floor on wages B. a payment to farmers for not cultivating land C. an excise tax on cigarettes D. a requirement to use lead-free fuel

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