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Which of the following is an example of consumer surplus?
A car salesperson sells a minivan for \$20,000 even though he would have accepted \$18,000.
A family purchases a minivan for \$20,000 even though they would have paid \$23,000.
At a price of \$22,000, consumers demand 10,000 minivans while producers supply 15,000.
At a price of \$17,000, consumers demand 20,000 minivans while producers supply 8,000.
As a result of falling birthrates, consumers purchase fewer minivans.