Are the following statements true or false? a. An insurance company must be concerned about the possibility that someone will buy fire insurance on a building and then set fire to it. This is an example of moral hazard. b. A life insurance company must be concerned about the possibility that the people who buy life insurance may tend to be less healthy than those who do not. This is an example of adverse selection. c. In a market where there is separating equilibrium, different types of agents make different choices of actions. d. Moral hazard refers to the effect of an insurance policy on the incentives of individuals to exercise care. e. Adverse selection refers to how the magnitude of the insurance premium affects the types of individuals that buy insurance.