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Which of the followingis an example of competition in the marketplace?
Weegy: what are the choices? User: Which of the following is an example of competition in the marketplace? Weegy: of the following implies choices, what are they? User: Which of the following is an example of competition in the marketplace? 1.) a town has only two grocery stores, which are located one block away from each other 2.)two neighbors buy the same model of automobile 3.) tow farms are separated by a stream that provides water for the cattle raised on each farm. 4.) two high schools have excellent fottballs teams Weegy: 1.) a town has only two grocery stores, which are located one block away from each other User: thanks buddy Weegy: you're welcome User: which of the following does a government provide as part of a safety net for the people? 1.)general elections every four years 2.) unemployment compensation 3.) a strong military defense 4.) regulation of commerce Weegy: The answer is: 2.) unemployment compensation User: thank you:) Weegy: You are welcome. Do you have another question? :) User: with "centrally planned" on the left and (More)
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suppose there is a family in which all the boys are expected to cecome farmers when they are adults, just as their father and grandfathers did. in which kind of economy do they participate?
Weegy: It is a socialistic economy. User: the options are 1. command economy 2. cenrally planned economy 3. traditional economy 4. false economy Weegy: 3. traditional economy User: thanks (More)
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socialist believe economic equality is only possible if__ 1. the public controls the economy 2. medical care is free 3. no one has to pay taxes 4. everyone makes the same amount of money
Weegy: 4. everyone makes the same amount of money User: thanks chief Weegy: You are welcome. Do you have another question? :) User: which of the following is the free market economist Adam Smith not known for? 1. the wealth of nations 2. the circular flow model of a mixed economy 3. explaining the idea of laissez faire 4. the conecpt of the invisible hand Weegy: It is: 2. the circular flow model of a mixed economy User: what do markets allow us to do? 1. to exchange things we have for things we want or need 2. to sell the most goods we possibly can 3. to get the lowest prices for what we buy 4. to get the highest prices for what we sell Weegy: 1. to exchange things we have for things we want or need User: thanks but too late b*tch Weegy: weegy does its best. have a good day (More)
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