Economics Multiple Choice Question – 16 July 2019

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In which situation is a market allocatively efficient?

Select ONE answer:

  1. It is when consumer surplus equals producer surplus.
  2. It is when marginal social benefit equals marginal social cost.
  3. It is when there are both positive consumption externalities and positive production externalities.
  4. It is when the value of external benefits exceeds the value of external costs.

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The answer is 2

  1. Allocative efficiency would be achieved where consumer surplus plus producer surplus is maximised.
  2. Correct: Marginal social benefit equalling marginal social cost ensures that the value society places on the last unit produced equals the cost of that unit.
  3. The existence of externalities is likely to mean that market failure will occur.
  4. To ascertain whether allocative efficiency is being achieved, it is not sufficient just to compare external benefits and costs – social benefits and costs needed to be compared.

 

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Economics Multiple Choice Question – 15 July 2019

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What is the basic economic problem facing all societies?

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  1. a divergence between social costs and private costs
  2. unequal distribution of income
  3. unemployment of resources
  4. unlimited wants and scarce resources

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The answer is 4

  1. This is a problem in terms of allocation of resources but it is not the basic economic problem
  2. This may be a government priority but it is not the basic economic problem.
  3. This may be a policy issue for the government but it is not the basic economic problem.
  4. Correct: This explains why the basic economic problem of scarcity occurs.

 

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Economics Multiple Choice Question – 14 July 2019

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Which of the following is an example of government failure?

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  1. an increase in obesity caused by overconsumption of sugar
  2. a subsidy on sun cream which reduces the incidence of skin cancer
  3. government health warnings on cigarette packets which deter people from smoking
  4. government imposed rent controls which reduce the amount of rented accommodation available to the poor

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The answer is 4

  1. The is an example of market failure.
  2. Harmful effects (and negative externalities) of exposure to the sun are reduced.
  3. This is an example of successful provision of information to reduce overconsumption of a demerit good.
  4. Correct: This will make it more difficult for poor people to rent accommodation.

 

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Economics Multiple Choice Question – 13 July 2019

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Which statement about total revenue is correct?

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  1. It is always equal to total cost.
  2. It is always equivalent to profit.
  3. It is maximised when the price elasticity of demand is inelastic.
  4. It is price multiplied by the quantity sold.

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The answer is 4

  1. Costs and revenue are determined separately. Costs may be less than, equal to or greater than revenue.
  2. Total revenue is not the equivalent of profit
  3. Total revenue is maximised when price elasticity of demand = -1
  4. Correct: Total revenue of a firm = the price of each unit times the number of units sold.

 

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Economics Multiple Choice Question – 12 July 2019

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Which of the following is an example of capital as a factor of production?

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  1. the airspace above an airport used by airlines
  2. cars used by a taxi firm in a city
  3. money used to set up a steel producing firm
  4. shares sold by an expanding insurance firm

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The answer is 2

  1. This is an example of land.
  2. Correct: cars are a human-made good used to produce a service.
  3. This is not a factor of production.
  4. This is also not a factor of production.

 

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 30 May 2019

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A bank overdraft…?

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  1. is an asset.
  2. can exist on either a deposit account or a current account.
  3. means that more money has been paid out of a bank current account than has been lodged into it.
  4. None of the above.

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The answer is 3

  1. A bank overdraft is a liability.
  2. A bank overdraft cannot exist on a deposit account.
  3. Correct
  4. Not correct

 

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Accounting Multiple Choice Question – 29 May 2019

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The payee of a cheque is…?

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  1. The bank in which the person writing the cheque has his / her account.
  2. The person to whom the cheque is written.
  3. The person who writes the cheque or on whose account the cheque is written.
  4. None of the above.

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The answer is 2

  1. This is the bank on which the cheque is drawn.
  2. Correct
  3. The person who writes the cheque or on whose account the cheque is written is known as the ‘drawer’ of the cheque.
  4. Not correct

 

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