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A person who consumes a good or service but does not pay for it is called which of the following? a. a free rider c. a private consumer b. a volunteer user d. an entrepreneur
Weegy: A person who consumes a good or service but does not pay for it is called a. a free rider. (More)
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Someone who would not choose to pay for a certain good or service, but who would get the benefits of it anyway if it were provided as a public good
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FREE RIDER is someone who would not choose to pay for a certain good or service, but who would get the benefits of it anyway if it were provided as a public good.

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Parallel structure is the repetition of — a. words, phrases, or sentences that have the same grammatical structure b. a theme in several different selections by one author c. words, phrases, or sentences that have different grammatical structure d. vowel and consonant sounds in words that are close together
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Parallel structure is the repetition of words, phrases, or sentences that have the same grammatical structure.


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Which of the following choices is a movement along the demand curve showing that a different quantity is purchased in response to a change in price? a. income effect b. change in quantity demanded c. substitution effect d. an increase in the price of a complement
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Change in Quantity Demanded : is a movement along the demand curve showing that a different quantity is purchased in response to a change in price.
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When a manufacturer of pain medication reduced the price of the medication by 30%, revenue declined by almost exactly 30%, which means that the demand for the item did not go up or down. Based on this information, demand for the product is a. inelastic. c. unit elastic. b. elastic. d. complementary.
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When a manufacturer of pain medication reduced the price of the medication by 30%, revenue declined by almost exactly 30%, which means that the demand for the item did not go up or down. Based on this information, demand for the product is INELASTIC.
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