Which of the following pairs of commodities is an example of substitutes?

A. Tea and sugar

B. Tea and coffee

C. Pen and ink

D. Shirt and trousers

Please do not use chat terms. Example: avoid using "grt" instead of "great".

You can do it
  1. The market demand for any commodity is the:
  2. If the prices of goods rise then:
  3. According to Leontief technology, there:
  4. Who first used the term Quasi-Rent?
  5. The central problem of economics is:
  6. Total costs in the short-term (short-run) are classified into fixed costs and variable costs. Which…
  7. MRSxy measures:
  8. The costs faced by the firm against fixed factors are:
  9. The optimum level of output in long run takes place where:
  10. Excess capacity is concerned with the:
  11. The right of individuals to control productive resources is known as:
  12. In Revealed Preference Theory, Samuelson proves P.E = S.E + I.E :
  13. The sufficient condition of firms equilibrium requires:
  14. In general, most of the production functions measure:
  15. In modern theory of costs, a firm normally utilizes:
  16. A demand curve is not related to:
  17. For monopolistic competitive firm:
  18. If at the unchanged price, the demand for a commodity goes up, or the quantity demanded remains the…
  19. In monopolistic competition, the cost curves of all firms are:
  20. In monopolistic competition, the firm compete on the basis of:
  21. On an indifference map higher indifference curves show:
  22. The costs faced by the firm against variable factors are:
  23. Under price discrimination, the buyers must:
  24. In monopoly, when average revenue curve falls:
  25. Technological efficiency:
  26. The nominal income of a consumer is income in terms of:
  27. Suppose income increases by 10% and demand for commodity increases by 5% then the income elasticity…
  28. The law of Diminishing Marginal Utility implies that the marginal utility of a good decreases as:
  29. The marginal revenue of a perfectly competitive firm is:
  30. Variable costs refer to: