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How does a company arrange to sell its products to people who are unwilling to pay the top price for them? a. by allowing rebates to some preferred customers who buy a lot of goods b.
by charging each customer the maximum amount they are willing to pay c. by charging different prices according to the group to which the buyer belongs d. by changing the product and selling a lesser one to people who are unwilling to pay for the top product
by allowing rebates to some preferred customers who buy a lot of goods a company arrange to sell its products to people who are unwilling to pay the top price for them
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User: How does a company arrange to sell its products to people who are unwilling to pay the top price for them? a. by allowing rebates to some preferred customers who buy a lot of goods b. by charging each customer the maximum amount they are willing to pay c. by charging different prices according to the group to which the buyer belongs d. by changing the product and selling a lesser one to people who are unwilling to pay for the top product

Weegy: by allowing rebates to some preferred customers who buy a lot of goods a company arrange to sell its products to people who are unwilling to pay the top price for them
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User: Why can an industry that enjoys economies of scale easily become a natural monopoly? a. because average costs drop as production rises b. because the market taxes less as production rises c. because consumers tend to appreciate monopolies d. because our government traditionally supports monopolies

Weegy: a. because average costs drop as production rises
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User: Factors that cause a producer’s average cost per unit to fall while output rises are known as _____. a. franchise scale b. price discrimination c. economics of scale d. market power scale

Weegy: Factors that cause a producer’s average cost per unit to fall while output rises are known as _____. Answer: c. economics of scale teacherweb.com/NY/Arlington/.../Chapter-7-Notes-Economics.doc
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User: If a firm enjoys economies of scale, a. its average total cost will increase as production increases. b. its marginal revenue will increase as production increases. c. its average total cost will decrease as production increases. d. its total costs will decrease as production increases

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