A. The marginal utility per dollar spent on each good is the same

B. The marginal rate of substitution between goods is equal to the ratio of the prices between goods

C. The consumer’s indifference curve is tangent to his budget constraint

D. The consumer has reached his highest indifference curve subject to his budget constraint

**E. The consumer is indifferent between any two points on his budget constraint**

### Related Mcqs:

- Suppose that 40 percent of the voting population wish to spent Rs1,000 for artwork in City Hall, 25 percent wish to spent Rs20,000 and 35 percent wish to spend Rs 22,000 What is the median preferred outcome, the average preferred outcome and the modal preferred outcome ?
A. Rs20,000; Rs20,000; Rs22,000

B. Rs1,000; Rs14,333; Rs1,000

**C. Rs20,000; Rs13,100; Rs1,000**

D. Rs1,000; Rs20,000; Rs22,000 - Which of the following is true under pairwise majority rule if people vote for the outcome closest to their most preferred outcome ?
A. The average preferred outcome wins

B. There is no clear winner due to Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem.

**C. The outcome preferred by the median voter wins**

D. The outcome preferred by the greatest number of voters wins. - Refer to Exhibit 4. Suppose that the consumer must choose between buying socks and belts Also suppose that the consumer’s income is €100 If the price of a belt is €10 and the price of a pair of socks is €5, the consumer will choose to buy the commodity bundle represented b point ?
**A. Z**

B. X

C. Y

D. the optimal point cannot be determined from this graph - If an increase in a consumer’s income causes the consumer to increase his quantity demand of a good, then the good is ?
A. a complementary good

B. an inferior good

**C. a normal good**

D. a substitute good - Refer to Exhibit 4, Suppose that the consumer must choose between buying socks and belts Also suppose that the consumer’s income is €100 Suppose that the price of a pair of socks falls from €5 to €2 The income effect is represented by the movement from point ?
**A. X to point Y**

B. X to point Z

C. Y to point X

D. Z to point X - Refer to Exhibit 4, Suppose that the consumer must choose between buying socks and belts Also suppose that the consumer’s income is €100 Suppose that the price of a pair of socks falls from €5 to €2 The substitution effect is represented by the movement from point ?
**A. Z to point X**

B. X to point X

C. X to point Z

D. Y to point X - Refer to Exhibit 4, Suppose that the consumer must choose between buying socks and belts Also suppose that the consumer’s income is €100 A pair of socks is ?
A. an inferior effect

B. a Geffen good

**C. a normal good**

D. none of these answers - Developments in a national economy can affect the outcome of an international financial transaction. What this process is called ?
A. International economic risk

**B. Country economic risk**

C. Ultra-country economic risk

D. Outcome risk - With free trade, suppose that the rest of the world can supply calculators to Canada at a price of $30. Canada’s imports would now equal _____ and its consumer surplus would ____ relative to what occurred in the absence of trade. What is the change in consumer surplus? Refer to the figure that you have plotted ?
A. 20 calculators increase

B. 25 calculators decrease

C. 25 calculators increase

**D. 30 calculators increase** - A reduction in interest rates, causes an increases in the monetary base that results in an _________ in the availability of consumer credit and a ________ in the cost of consumer credit?
A. reduction, increase

B. reduction, reduction

**C. increase, reduction**

D. increase , increase