# CBSE Class 12th Economics Practice Paper 2017

Get CBSE class 12th Economics practice paper for the coming CBSE board examination 2017. Questions given in this practice paper are important for CBSE class 12 Economics board examination 2017.

Created On: Nov 18, 2016 12:50 IST

Get CBSE class 12th Economics practice paper for the coming CBSE board examination 201. Students can download the complete practice paper from the link given at the end of the article.
About CBSE Class 12th Economics Practice Paper:

About CBSE Class 12th Economics Practice Paper:

This practice paper for CBSE class 12 economics has 32 questions. All questions are very important for CBSE class 12 economics board examination 2017. However, this is the old pattern of CBSE class 12 economics board exam. To understand the latest examination pattern students can refer to the links given below.

CBSE Class 12 Economics Sample Paper 2016

Importance of CBSE Class 12th Economics Practice Paper:

The questions given in this practice paper are prepared by subject experts after the brief analysis of previous year question papers. In order to score well in CBSE board examination, students must solve this practice paper. After solving this paper students can easily cross-check their solutions from NCERT textbooks.

CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Syllabus 2017

Some sample questions from CBSE Class 12th Economics Practice Paper are given below:

Q. What do you mean by Statutory Liquidity Ratio?

Q. BOT shows a deficit of Rs. 5000 corers and value of imports are Rs. 9000 corers. What is the value of exports?

Q. A consumer consumes only two goods. Explain his equilibrium with the help of indifferent curve approach.

Q. What is the value of the MR when the demand curve is elastic?

Q. If duopoly behaviour is one that is described by Cournot, the market demand curve is given by the equation q = 200 – 4p, and both the firms have zero costs, find the quantity supplied by each firm in equilibrium and the equilibrium market price.

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