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what is one way legal equality benefits a free enterprise system? a. Ensuring that all businesses have the same legal rights will allow business to choose the amount of a specific product that they would like to produce. b. Requiring all lawyers to obtain the same education will ensure that all business clients receive competent legal representation. c. Protecting legal equality makes sure that all people may decide what legal agreements they want to enter into. d. ...
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Improved technology helps create a higher standard of living for future generations by a. preventing drastic shifts in general price levels. b. reducing the number of unemployed workers. c. creating specialized jobs for workers. d. providing additional goods and services.
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The production-possibilities frontier separates outcomes that are possible for an individual (or a group) to produce from those which_______. a. are scarce. c. cannot be produced. b. have utility. d. are efficient.
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