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How might a firm respond to a higher demand for its goods? A. limit its production B. raise prices C. cut prices D. increase advertising
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A firm would raise prices in response to a higher demand for its goods.
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How do price changes drive markets toward equilibrium? A. They set new price floors and ceilings. B. They increase or decrease supply or demand. C. They ensure that prices are fair. D. They prevent inflation or deflation.
Weegy: It affects B the most. User: A writer should avoid plagiarism because she may A. be banned from writing any more works. B. be tried as a criminal. C. be sued for fraud. D. have to make a public apology. Weegy: C. be sued for fraud User: When quantity demanded in a market is more than the quantity supplied, _____ occurs. A. a surplus B. an equilibrium C. a shortage D. a production possibility User: How might a firm respond to a higher demand for its goods? A. limit its production B. raise prices C. cut prices D. increase advertising Weegy: B. raise prices (More)
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Big Road Inc., a private company, is hired to build and run a state’s entire road system. The company charges high fees to use its roads. It maintains the roads only in heavily populated areas. Which of the following describes this project? A. positive externality B. public good C. market failure D. negative externality
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