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14. Cost function usually refers to the relationship between cost and ___________. A. fixed cost C. rate of output B. variable cost D. direct cost User: 13. Trace the variable on which cost function does not depend. A. Technology C. Production function B. The market prices of inputs D. Period of time
Weegy: it usually refers to the relationship between cost and rate of output. (More)
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Cost function usually refers to the relationship between cost and rate of output.
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Cost function does not depend on technology.
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1. The ratio of the change in the equilibrium level of income to a change in some autonomous increase in spending is the A. elasticity coefficient. C. multiplier. B. automatic stabilizer. D. marginal propensity of the autonomous variable.
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The ratio of the change in the equilibrium level of income to a change in some autonomous increase in spending is the multiplier.
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2) The sum of two octal numbers 12 and 17 is _____ in octal. A. 21 C. 23 B. 29 D. 31
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The sum of two octal numbers 12 and 17 is 31 in octal.
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Some policies are imposed by external forces, such as A) Governmental regulatory agencies C. Employee demands B) Management decisions D. Lack of funding
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Some policies are imposed by external forces, such as governmental regulatory agencies.
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- Early theories about how individuals make decisions were based on the concept of a(n) A) Utilitarian philosophy C. Action man B) Economic man D. Attentive man
Weegy: A) Utilitarian philosophy User: One of the most helpful mechanisms for refining a spoken or written communication is called the A) Grapevine C. Counseling service B) Five C's D. Complaint system Weegy: C. counselling service User: According to Herzberg, which of the following is a maintenance factor? A) Salary C. Work itself B) Responsibility D. Recognition (More)
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According to Herzberg, salary is a maintenance factor.
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Early theories about how individuals make decisions were based on the concept of an - Economic man.
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One of the most helpful mechanisms for refining a spoken or written communication is called the Five C's.
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