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Which of the following features best describe a nonprofit? User: Your college has contracted with a construction company to build a new bookstore. The heavy machinery and equipment the contractor will use in the construction process are classified as A) current resources.
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All of the following are basic freedoms encouraging entrepreneurship EXCEPT A) freedom of choice B) freedom from excess regulation C) freedom of guaranteed profits D) freedom from too much taxation
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Too much taxation, an overuse of regulation, and limited choices in the broader business environment are likely to result in: a decrease in entrepreneurial activities.

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Why is a low level of inflation desirable in an economy, and why is deflation not desirable? User: The economic measure that provides the most information about what is happening to prices of consumer goods is the User: The economic measure that provides the most information about what is happening to prices of consumer goods is the A) GDP. B) PPI. C) GNP. D) CPI.
Weegy: d. CPI. User: Two key phases of the business cycle are A) trend and random variation. B) inflation and recession. C) contraction and expansion. D) inflation and deflation. User: In recent years, the most common reason for tax reforms in formerly planned economies has been to A) create a more equal distribution of income. B) create new incentives for domestic and foreign investment. C) eliminate the threat of hyperinflation. D) protect the environment. Weegy: B) create new incentives for domestic and foreign investment. User: The ideas of political philosopher Karl Marx are most closely linked to the economic system known as A) communism. B) capitalism. C) socialism. D) mercantilism. User: In 2006, the price of a gallon of gasoline rose from $2.00 per gallon to over $4.00 per gallon. If the demand curve for gasoline is like most demand curves, the increase in the price of gasoline User: The demand curve shows the relationship between the A) price and quantity from a customer demand standpoint.. B) quantity of products produced and sold. C) macroeconomics and microeconomics. D) suppliers’ prices and consumers’ prices. (More)
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The demand curve shows the relationship between: price and quantity for a customer demand standpoint.

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The demand curve shows the relationship between the A) price and quantity from a customer demand standpoint.. B) quantity of products produced and sold. C) macroeconomics and microeconomics. D) suppliers’ prices and consumers’ prices.
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The demand curve shows the relationship between the: price and quantity for a customer demand standpoint.

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