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5. In a free market, prices lead to an efficient allocation of resources. In other words, A. consumers can buy unlimited amounts of any good they like at a price of their choice. B. resources are used in the most valuable and productive way according to the needs of consumers and producers. C. the government decides who controls natural resources. D. people who own resources are unable to bargain with people who wish to buy resources.
In a free market, prices lead to an efficient allocation of resources. In other words, resources are used in the most valuable and productive way according to the needs of consumers and producers.
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In a free market, prices lead to an efficient allocation of resources. In other words, resources are used in the most valuable and productive way according to the needs of consumers and producers.
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13. What determines the price and the quantity produced of most goods? A. the consumer’s perception of necessity B. the interaction of supply and demand C. the availability of substitutes for the goods D. the quality of the goods that are produced
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The interaction of supply and demand determines the price and the quantity produced of most goods.


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1. What happens when wages are set above the equilibrium level by law? A. Firms tend to try to break the law and hire people at the equilibrium level. B. Firms employ more workers than they would at the equilibrium wage. C. Firms employ fewer workers than they would at the equilibrium wage. D. Firms hire more workers but for fewer hours than they would at the equilibrium wage.
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When wages are set above the equilibrium level by law: firms employ fewer workers than they would at the equilibrium wage.


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3. A shortage will develop when A. the quantity supplied of a good is greater than the quantity demanded of that good. B. the equilibrium quantity supplied is lower than the actual quantity supplied. C. the government provides subsidies to producers. D. the market price is below the equilibrium price.
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A shortage will develop when: the quantity supplied of a good is greater than the quantity demanded of that good.
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A shortage will develop when the market price is below the equilibrium price.
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RATIONING is most likely to lead directly to a black market.
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