Question #1: Equilibrium price is always determined by _____________________________________and __________________________________.
Question #2: Shortages are associated with price ________________; surpluses are associated with price __________________________________.
Question #3: If supply decreases and demand remains the same, equilibrium price will _________________, and equilibrium quantity will _________________________.
Question #4: Find the equilibrium price and quantity ( in units and dollars, respectfully).
Question #5: Draw in a new supply curve S1, showing a decrease in supply. What happens to equilibrium price and quantity?
Question #6: (a) Is $6 a price ceiling or price floor? (b) Is there a shortage or a surplus? (c) How much is in (in units of quantity)?
Question #7: (a) Is $12 a price ceiling or price floor? (b) Is there a shortage or a surplus? ( c) How much (in units of quantity)?
Question #8: (a). If the supply curve is S1, how much are equilibrium price and quantity? (b). If the supply changes from S1 to S2, does the represent an increase or decrease in supply? ( c). How much are the new equilibrium price and quantity?
Question #9: A major technological improvement leads to a large decrease in the cost of production. Draw a new supply curve S2, to reflect this change. Then state the new equilibrium price and quantity.
Question #10: (a) Draw a new demand curve, D2, which illustrates a decrease in demand. (b). State what happens to equilibrium price and quantity.
Question #11: Show an increase in demand and a decrease in supply. (a) Label each of the curves (S1, S2, D1 and D2). (b). State the original equilibrium price and quantity. ( c) State the new equilibrium price and quantity.
Question #12: The entire orange crop in Florida is affected by a freeze. On the graph show how demand and supply are affected and show the new equilibrium price and quantity for a bushel of oranges.
Question #13: As price rises, quantity supply will _________________________ accroding to the Law of Demand.
Question #14: An increase in supply is show graphically by a shift of the supply curve to the _________________________.