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What is Macroeconomics ?
Macroeconomics is a branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of the whole economy. This includes national, regional, and global economies.
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User: Identify two microeconomics and two macroeconomics principles or concepts from the simulation. Explain why you have categorized these principles or concepts as macroeconomic or microeconomic.

User: Summarize microeconomics and macroeconomics principles.

User: What is Macroeconomics ?

Weegy: Macroeconomics is a branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of the whole economy. This includes national, regional, and global economies.
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User: What are Microeconomics?

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User: What are Microeconomics?

Weegy: Hi, how can I help you?
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User: What is Microeconomics?

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User: What are Microeconomics?





Weegy: Microeconomics. The branch of economics that analyzes the market behavior of individual consumers and firms in an attempt to understand the decision-making process of firms and households.
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Weegy: Price elasticity, or people’s sensitivity to price changes, affects the demand for products. Think about a pair of sweatpants with an elastic waist. [ You can stretch an elastic waistband like the one in sweatpants, but it’s much more difficult to stretch the waistband of a pair of dress slacks. Elasticity refers to the amount of stretch or change. For example, the waistband of sweatpants may stretch if you pull on it. Similarly, the demand for a product may change if the price changes. Imagine the price of a twelve-pack of sodas changing to $1.50 a pack. People are likely to buy a lot more soda at $1.50 per twelve-pack than they are at $4.50 per twelve-pack. Conversely, the waistband on a pair of dress slacks remains the same (doesn’t change) whether you pull on it or not. Likewise, demand for some products won’t change even if the price changes. The formula for calculating the price elasticity of demand is as follows. Price elasticity = percentage change in quantity demanded ÷ percentage change in price ] (More)
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