F1 (BT) – Chapter 4 MCQ’s (Micro-economic factors) – ACCA

These are ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology MCQs for Chapter; Micro-economic factors.

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Course: ACCA
Fundamental Level: Knowledge, FIA
Subject: Business And Technology
Paper: F1 – BT
Chapter: The macro-economic environment
Chapter Number: 4 of the Practice and Exam Kit; and 8 of the Study Text
Syllabus Area: A – The business organization, its stakeholders, and the external environment
Questions Type: MCQs
Exam Section: Section A

Number of the Questions

These MCQs Test consist of 25 Questions that covers the Chapter; Micro-economic factors of ACCA F1 (BT) Business and Technology Module.


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This Test has 25 questions, so Students have total 50 minutes to complete the Test.


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F1 - Chapter 4 - Micro-economic factors

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In a certain advanced industrialised country, the government has applied price controls over rents of both public and private rented accommodation for a number of years, and a serious problem of widespread homelessness has built up. Just recently, the rent price controls have been eased.

Which TWO of the following consequences should now occur?

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Which of the following would cause the supply curve for a good to shift to the right (outwards from the origin)?

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ABC produces a variety of soft drink. It has two competitors but all three producers use product differentiation to distinguish themselves from each other.

What type of market is this?

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The income elasticity of demand for a product is high. This means that:

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Using the point method, what is the price elasticity of demand of product X as price falls from its current price of $20 to $15?

Capture 1 F1 (BT) - Chapter 4 MCQ's (Micro-economic factors) - ACCA Business Students Platform

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Which of the following is NOT a substitute for carpets?

7 / 24

Consumer surplus is:

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Which of the following would lead to a fall in the price of good Q which is a normal good?

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When the price of a good is held above the equilibrium price, the result will be

10 / 24

Which combination of demand and supply curves would be appropriate for a firm attempting to increase its profits by increasing its market share?

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If the price of coffee falls, which the following outcomes should be expected to occur?

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The supply curve of a firm operating in a competitive market is its

13 / 24

Which of the following is NOT a complement to cars?

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According to the theory of the firm, which of the following statements describes an oligopoly?

15 / 24

The demand for fashion goods is NOT influenced by:

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If the absolute value of the price elasticity of demand for dry white wine is greater than one, a decrease in the price of all wine would result in:

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Which of the following would NOT lead directly to a shift in the demand curve for overseas holidays?

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Consider the price and demand for flower vases. The price of cut flowers goes up sharply.

Which of the following should happen?

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Mr. Smith has a limited income which restricts the number of different goods he can buy.

Which of the following describes the position at which Mr Smith's utility from purchasing different goods is maximised?

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The summer demand for hotel accommodation in London comes mainly from foreign tourists. Demand for hotel rooms in London in summer could be reduced by a fall in the price or value of which of the following?

  1. US dollars
  2. Aeroplane tickets
  3. Sterling

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Consider the price and demand for tickets to travel by sea ferry. The price of travelling by hovercraft (a substitute form of travel) goes up.

Which of the following should happen?

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What is an inferior good?

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In a free market economy, the price mechanism:

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A legal minimum price is set which is below the equilibrium price. What will be the impact of this?

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