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Explain the effect of the following situations: a. Population growth surges rapidly. b. The prices of resources used in the production of good X increase. c. The government is paying a $1-per-unit subsidy for each unit of a good produced. d. The incomes of consumers of normal good X increase. e. The incomes of consumers of inferior good Y decrease. f. Farmers are deciding what crop to plant and learn that the price of corn has fallen relative to the price of cotton.

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Economics For Today

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Tucker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337613040

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Tucker
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337613040
Chapter 3, Problem 7SQP
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Explain the effect of the following situations:

  1. a. Population growth surges rapidly.
  2. b. The prices of resources used in the production of good X increase.
  3. c. The government is paying a $1-per-unit subsidy for each unit of a good produced.
  4. d. The incomes of consumers of normal good X increase.
  5. e. The incomes of consumers of inferior good Y decrease.
  6. f. Farmers are deciding what crop to plant and learn that the price of corn has fallen relative to the price of cotton.

(a)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

Explanation of Solution

An increasing population shifts the demand to rightward because when population in...

(b)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

(c)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

(d)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

(e)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

(f)

To determine

The change in demand and supply.

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