GK - Economics Test - 01

1. The open market operations refer to the sale and purchase by the RBI of

2. Total revenue of, a firm is ~I~Ixin_ium when marginal revenue

3. Which of the following commodity groups is/are considered for working out average index ?
(i) Fuel groups
(ii) Primary articles
(iii) Manufactured products

4. Select from the following list the costs which are most likely to vary with the output of a car manufacturer during a period of a year.

5. Under perfect competition and liorl run, a firm would continue to produce, provided

6. The slope of an indifference curve represents the

7. An indifference curve for an individual consumer represents graphically

8. Which of the following is the most likely reason why total income tends to fluctuate ?

9. Which of the folowing businesses would probably find it easiest to borrow money from complete strangers ?

10. Expenditure on which of the following is, not considered investment in the theory of income determination ?

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6. Geography of India -Test-03
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