# ECON 115A University of California Irvine Utility Maximization Model Economics MCQs

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3. Let C be a choice function. Which of the following situations CANNOT be true in
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(B) C(x, y, z) = z and C(y, 2) = y;
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(D) All of the above.
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1. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, and > be the corresponding
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2. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, ~ be the corresponding
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3. Let C be a choice function. Which of the following situations CANNOT be true in
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(B) C(x, y, z) = z and C(y, 2) = y;
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(D) All of the above.
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(D) All of the above.
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1. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, and > be the corresponding
strict preference. Which of the following situations may be true in the utility
maximization model?
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(A) X Y Z #
(B) x > y and yx
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(D) none of the above.
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2. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, ~ be the corresponding
indifference, and ? the incomparability relation. Which of the following situations may
be true in the utility maximization model?
(A) < y23 (B) x ~ y and y> 3
(C) x?y
(D) none of the above.
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3. Let C be a choice function. Which of the following situations CANNOT be true in
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(A) C(x, y, z) = x and C(y, z) = z;
(B) C(x, y, z) = z and C(y, 2) = y;
(C) C(x, y, z) = y and C(y, z) = y;
(D) All of the above.
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(C) C(x, y, z) = y and C(y, z) = y;
(D) All of the above.
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4. An employee saves 10% of her monthly income to her pension account. This choice
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(C) Cobb-Douglas utility function;
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1. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, and > be the corresponding
strict preference. Which of the following situations may be true in the utility
maximization model?
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(A) X Y Z #
(B) x > y and yx
(C) x >y>23
(D) none of the above.
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2. Let be a preference over some consumption set X, ~ be the corresponding
indifference, and ? the incomparability relation. Which of the following situations may
be true in the utility maximization model?
(A) < y23 (B) x ~ y and y> 3
(C) x?y
(D) none of the above.
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6. A phone company sells three models of phones at prices \$300, \$400, and \$500.
When it adds another model at a price \$200, the sales of the \$300-phone double.
This is best described as
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7. A good explanation for this scenario (in Question 6) is
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9. A supermarket runs a promotion where each customer who buys a bottle of Coca-
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13. Experienced utility is
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14. An Ebay seller sells a product at a \$20 with \$5 shipping. Then he raises the price
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15. Bob has a toothache. To get some medical help, he calls local dentists in the
alphabetical order until he finds one that accepts his insurance. If he cannot find any
dentist who accepts his insurance, then he will pick the closest one. Bob’s algorithm
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Question 16
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16. Ann thinks about going to a vacation. The consumption space X consists of four
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(B) she should not select Europe in any menu because the utility is negative;
(C) Ann’s preferences are not transitive;
(D) none of the above.
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17. The standard utility maximization model implies
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18. Which of the following behaviors is consistent with utility maximization?
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(B) framing;
(C) context effects;
(D) none of the above.
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