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Stores running out of a certain toy in the month of December is an example of: a. scarcity c. human capital b. physical capital d. shortage
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physical objects that can be exchanged
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all the possible alternatives that are rejected when a choice is made User: One example of thinking at the margin is a. determining whether it is better to spend your savings on a new CD player or on a television. b. deciding whether the benefit of working two extra hours per day is worth the sacrifice of study time. c. putting all of your money in a savings account because the interest rates are so high. d. deciding to buy a car you don’t really like because it is significantly less ...
Weegy: One example of thinking of the margin is B. deciding whether the benefit of working two extra hours per day is worth the sacrifice of study time. User: 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. (More)
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Trade-offs: all the possible alternatives that are rejected when a choice is made.

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The production-possibilities frontier separates outcomes that are possible for an individual (or a group) to produce from those which: Cannot be produced.

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This type of economy is also known as capitalism. a. mixed economy c. market economy b. command economy d. centrally planned economy User: In a market economy, the government decides what to produce. User: Which of the following is NOT a key economic question? a. What goods and services should be produced? b. How should these goods and services be produced? c. Who consumes these goods and services? d. How should it be ensured that goods and services are paid for?
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Market economy is also known as capitalism.


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In a market economy, the government decides what to produce. FALSE.



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How should it be ensured that goods and services are paid for is NOT a key economic question.
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Which is an example of a monthly fixed cost for a sandwich shop? a. rent c. workers' wages b. electric bill d. meat and cheese for sandwiches
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Rent is an example of a monthly fixed cost for a sandwich shop.
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