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which of these is an example of economies of scale?
d. The company can then profit from their research without competition.
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User: Why does the government sometimes give monopoly power to a company by issuing a patent? a. The government does not want competition for the product. b. The company makes a product better than anyone else’s. c. The company pays the government for the patent. d. The company can then profit from their research without competition.



User: which of these is an example of economies of scale?

Weegy: d. The company can then profit from their research without competition.
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