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Grade 12 Economics
This is the point at which quantity of labor demanded is equal to the quantity of labor supplied.
  1. Equilibrium wage
  2. Equilibrium price
  3. Equilibrium
  4. Equilibrium grade
Grade 12 Economics
This is when the market is balanced.
  1. Equilibrium
  2. Shortage
  3. Surplus
  4. Equilibrium price
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
Grade 12 Economics
This is the price that both buyers and sellers accept.
  1. Equilibrium
  2. Equilibrium price
  3. Shortage
  4. Subsidy
Grade 10 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
The situation in which allele frequencies remain constant is
  1. allele equilibrium.
  2. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
  3. genetic equilibrium.
  4. genetic-allele principle.
Grade 10 Evolution
The situation in which allele frequencies remain constant is
  1. genetic equilibrium.
  2. allele equilibrium.
  3. Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.
  4. genetic-allele principle.
Grade 7 Succession
What is equilibrium?
  1. disruption in an ecosystem
  2. balance in an ecosystem
  3. plants and animals interacting
  4. none of the above
College Properties of Matter
Which of the following does NOT exist on one of the lines or curves shown in the phase diagram?
Phase Diagram
  1. solid-liquid equilibrium
  2. solid-gas equilibrium
  3. solid phase
  4. liquid-gas equilibrium
  5. critical point
Grade 11 Thermodynamics
The Kinetic Molecular Theory of gases states that many particles (i.e., atoms or molecules) are
  1. at rest.
  2. in constant random motion.
  3. in thermodynamic equilibrium.
  4. in static equilibrium.
Grade 11 Economics
When a surplus occurs, suppliers tend to
  1. maintain prices
  2. lower prices
  3. raise prices
  4. increase demand
Grade 11 Forces and Motion
Grade 9 Ecology
Intermittent disturbances followed by recovery periods and a return to the previous state describes
  1. static equilibrium.
  2. dynamic equilibrium.
  3. ecological imbalance.
  4. secondary succession.
Grade 11 Economics
At a price below equilibrium,
  1. demand exceeds supply
  2. supply exceeds demand
  3. supply and demand are equal
  4. supply and demand curves intersect
Grade 5 Forces and Motion
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 11 Economics
If the costs of producing a particular product increase, the supply is likely to
  1. Increase greatly
  2. Increase slightly
  3. decrease
  4. remain the same
Grade 11 Economics
Which statement best illustrates the law of supply?
  1. Declining demand for automobiles leads automobile makers to increase production
  2. Declining automobiles prices leads automobile makers to reduce production
  3. Increasing labor productivity leads automobile makers to decrease production
  4. Increasing variable costs leads automobile makers to increase production
Grade 11 Economics
The equilibrium price is always determined by the
  1. government.
  2. buyers.
  3. sellers.
  4. buyers and sellers together.
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