The average product is given as:

A. Q.L

B. Q- L

C. Q+ L

D. Q/L

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  1. We can write ordinal utility function as:
  2. Which is the other name that is given to the average revenue curve?
  3. If demand is elastic and supply is inelastic then the burden of a tax on the good will be:
  4. In monopoly and perfect competition, TC curves are:
  5. Total variable costs in equation form are:
  6. With firms having cost differences under perfect competition, a firm, which earns normal profit in the…
  7. If the demand curve is inelastic then:
  8. In the long-run:
  9. In measuring price-elasticity:
  10. The budget line is described by each of the following except:
  11. In sweezy model (kinked demand curve model), the role of MC curve:
  12. The Prisoners Dilemma was presented by A.W.Tucker in:
  13. Using total revenue and total cost, a profit maximizing firm will be equilibrium at a point:
  14. The firm producing at the minimum point of the AC curve is said to be:
  15. The indifference curve technique:
  16. In short-run, in monopolistic competition, a firm earns:
  17. We get constant returns to scale when:
  18. If as a result of a decrease in price, total outlay (expenditures) on a commodity increases, its price-elasticity…
  19. Which is the correct statement?
  20. Which of the following models are associated with non-collusive oligopoly?
  21. According to Chamberline, in monopolistic competition, differentiation is determined by:
  22. The water diamond paradox was firstly resolved with the help of:
  23. At the point where a straight line demand curve meets the quantity axis (x-axis), elasticity of demand…
  24. The long run total cost is attained by:
  25. A firm considering what type of new plant to build is involved in a:
  26. Classical production function is:
  27. In monopolistic competition, the firm take advantage due to customers:
  28. If the commodity is normal then Income Effect (I.E) is:
  29. All money costs can be regarded as:
  30. By increasing the price of its products above those of its competitors, a perfectly competitive seller: