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When talking about economic resources, capital refers to which of the following? A.Money B.Tools and machinery needed to manufacture goods C.Investments and stocks D.All of the above
Weegy: D.All of the above Definition of 'Capital' 1. Financial assets or the financial value of assets, such as cash. 2. [ The factories, machinery and equipment owned by a business. Investopedia Says Investopedia explains 'Capital' Capital is an extremely vague term and its specific definition depends on the context in which it is used. In general, it refers to financial resources available for use. ] (More)
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What is a benefit of stock markets? A.They create jobs. B.They allow companies to generate income. C.They allow individuals to invest money and create more money. D.All of the above.
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What is the governmental allocation and collection of money within the state? A.Resource policy B.Domestic policy C.Fiscal policy D.Monetary policy
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The governmental allocation and collection of money within the state is the FISCAL POLICY.
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What is the governmental allocation and collection of money within the state? Resource policy Domestic policy Fiscal policy Monetary policy
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He was _____ of seeing the world through someone else's eyes. A.uncapable B.incapable C.encapable D.oncapable
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He was INCAPABLE of seeing the world through someone else's eyes.

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