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## Problems: Supply 1 Once students have completed Prelectures and Bridges, instructors can assign Problems as either Practice or post-lecture homework. Next

1) Supply

1) The supply curve slopes up and to the right because:

a) producers feel that people will buy more if they charge a higher price because they will think the product is more valuable.

b) producers feel that people will buy more if they charge a higher price to avoid the possibility of a shortage.

c) due to increasing opportunity costs, producers must charge more to produce more in order to cover their costs.

d) the opportunity cost of producing a product usually decreases as more is produced.

A

D

B

#### Feedback: Supply curves have a positive slope because costs of production increase as output increases.

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#### 1) Supply (5)

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#### 1) Supply

Standard Exercise

#### 1) Supply

Standard Exercise

#### 1) Supply

Standard Exercise

#### 1) Supply

FlipIt Problems appear in Mastery Clusters, where each cluster covers a single topic. Students do not receive credit for the cluster until they answer a question in the cluster correctly, making it easy for students to see which topics they are struggling with.

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#### 2) Movements Along the Supply Curve: Changes in Price and Quantity Supplied (5)

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#### 3) Movements Along the Supply Curve: Changes in Price and Quantity (graphs)(5)

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#### 4) Factors Causing Supply to Shift(5)

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#### 5) Factors Causing Supply to Shift (graphs)(5)

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#### 6) Factors Causing Supply to Shift: Taxes and Subsidies(5)

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