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In 1-2 sentences, describe how the first-come, first-served distribution method works.
It is a method that consists of goods and services being given out to the first people that arrive. You may wait in line for hours only to learn that people before have already gotten the goods, such as waiting in line for concert tickets.
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User: In 1-2 sentences, describe how the first-come, first-served distribution method works.



Weegy: It is a method that consists of goods and services being given out to the first people that arrive. You may wait in line for hours only to learn that people before have already gotten the goods, such as waiting in line for concert tickets.
Expert answered|Giana|Points 188|

User: Select all the choices that decision makers could use marginal analysis for to make effective decisions.



Weegy: •producing another car •consuming one more slice of pizza •adding a machine to the factory •buying an extra concert ticket
Expert answered|Giana|Points 188|

User: A company charges $5 for its product. This monetary amount represents the marginal costmarginal benefitbenefit maximization of making an extra unit of the product.



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