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In Figure 6.1, the price of the good is $20 and the shaded area represents:

▸ consumer surplus.

▸ a price ceiling.

▸ producer surplus.

▸ market equilibrium.
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Survey of Economics: Principles, Applications and Tools


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consumer surplus.
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In Figure 6.1, the consumer surplus is equal to:

▸ $400.

▸ $300.

▸ $200.

▸ $100.
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$100.
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If the good in Figure 6.1 were free:

▸ consumer surplus would equal $450 and consumer expenditure would be $0.

▸ consumer surplus and consumer expenditure would both be zero.

▸ consumer surplus and consumer expenditure would both be maximized.

▸ consumer surplus would be maximized but consumer expenditure would be impossible to calculate.
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consumer surplus would equal $450 and consumer expenditure would be $0.
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