Pricing of two factors

Productivity of the two factors

Degree of substitutability of two factors

None of the above

**When marginal costs curve cuts average costs curve, average costs are:****If the supply and demand increases equally, the price will:****Cross-elasticity of demand or cross-price elasticity between two perfect substitutes will be:****In monopolistic competition, the firms have to face:****In non-constant sum game (non-zero sum game), if there are two parties then:****The Strategy of Economic Development is the work of:****If X and Y are close substitutes, a rise in the price of X will lead to:****Some economists refer to iso-product curves as:****Average cost means:****The number of sellers in oligopoly are:****The cobweb model will convergent when the slope of:****In income effect, we:****The slope of marshallian demand curve is:****The relationship between MC and MP shown by the marginal cost concept is:****The slope of budget line shows the price ratios of:****In case of budget line, we get pairs of two goods where consumers income is:****Diminishing returns occur when a firm:****Ordinal approach includes arranging:****At the point where a straight line demand curve meets the quantity axis (x-axis), elasticity of demand…****When the income of consumer increases then budget line will:****Total fixed costs are:****The greater the percentage of income spent on a commodity:****The proportional demand curve in monopolistic competition (also in kinked demand curve model), is like…****General Equilibrium deals with the equilibrium of the:****The shape of the TC curve is:****Who first formulated the Marginal Productivity Theory of Distribution?****The substitution effect works to encourage a consumer to purchase more of a product when the price of…****In monopoly, the relationship between average revenue and marginal revenue curves is as follows:****In cournot model, each firm makes decision regarding:****Consumers Surplus can also be defined as:**