In the long run:

A. All factors can be used in different proportions

B. Management can be re-organized

C. A firm can experience returns to scale

D. All of the above

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  1. At the point where the straight line from the origin is tangent to the TC curve, AC is:
  2. At a point where a straight line demand curve meets the price axis (Y-axis), the elasticity of demand…
  3. The Law of Proportionality is another name of:
  4. Total utility and price are:
  5. In perfect cartel, the:
  6. In collusive olligopoly, the firms may make:
  7. If X and Y are close substitutes, a rise in the price of X will lead to:
  8. A monopolist is:
  9. The Hicksian indirect utility function in the form of equation is:
  10. Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility is practically untrue because:
  11. Under monopoly and imperfect competition MC is:
  12. When the income of consumer increases then budget line will:
  13. Cardinal approach includes arranging:
  14. In terms of price, the indirect utility function may be:
  15. When elasticity of demand is less than one (e
  16. In dominant strategies I am doing the best, I can no matter:
  17. Marshalls definition of economics was strongly criticised by:
  18. Total utility:
  19. Under perfect competition, the average revenue, marginal revenue and price are shown:
  20. Under monopolistic competition, in long-run there is:
  21. Total variable costs in equation form are:
  22. The nominal income of a consumer is income in terms of:
  23. There is no difference between fixed and variable factors in the:
  24. On the total utility curve the economically relevant range is the portion over which:
  25. Identify the author of The Principles of political Economy and Taxation:
  26. MRSxy measures:
  27. Consumers are likely to get a variety of similar goods under:
  28. Kinked Demand Curve is consistent with which one of the following market situations?
  29. A profit-maximizing monopolist in two separate markets will:
  30. A decrease in demand lowers the price the most: