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Q: Which of the following lists would an economist consider to be land? A) iron ore, natural gas, fertile soil water B) farm fields, tractors, pesticides, fertilizers C) dams,bridges, rock quarries, oil
wells D) factories,office buildings, assembly lines, workers
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