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The market demand for any commodity is the:

A. Average requirement for it in any given place

B. Amount of it wanted at any given price

C. Amount that people would like to buy during a period at different prices

D. Quantity needed to maintain a given standard of living

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  1. A typical demand curve cannot be:
  2. In first degree price discrimination, monopolist takes away :
  3. All of the following curves are U-Shaped except:
  4. Capital Saving Technological Progress can be defined as:
  5. Nash equilibrium is applicable in case of:
  6. In monopolistic competition, if a firm lowers its price, the rival firms will:
  7. Scarcity is:
  8. The supply curve for the short-run competitive firm is the same as:
  9. An indifference curve slopes down towards right since more of one commodity and less of another result…
  10. If the price of product A decreases and in the result the demand for product B increases then we can…
  11. Consumers Surplus can also be defined as:
  12. If production increases under constant returns to scale, the cost will:
  13. Each short run average cost curve:
  14. In short run, a firm can change its:
  15. If there are many producers, each of whom has an individual production possibility curve, then the lowest…
  16. Necessary condition for consumer equilibrium is:
  17. Contraction in demand occurs when:
  18. According to Marshallian approach, utility:
  19. Economic problems arise because:
  20. In case of economic bads, an IC can be :
  21. Repetition of a game (Repeated Game):
  22. The total utility (TU) curve is:
  23. Economic laws are:
  24. Production is a function of:
  25. The cobweb model will convergent when the slope of:
  26. Which of the following conditions is met in the long-run equilibrium in monopolistic competition, where…
  27. The study of economic theory for the sake of certain objective is called:
  28. Nash equilibrium says:
  29. Scarcity means:
  30. With elasticity of demand, the: