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which cost is an example of a variable cost? (a) equipment (b) raw materials (c) machinery repair (d) rent
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what does the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program provide?
Weegy: Through its divisions and program units, the Bureau provides assistance and work opportunities to needy families by granting states, territories and tribes the federal funds and wide flexibility to develop and implement their own welfare programs. [ The assistance is time-limited and promotes work, responsibility and self-sufficiency. The TANF block grant is administered by state, territorial and tribal agencies. Citizens can make ... (More)
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why would a person invest in junk bonds?
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Thinking at the margin means deciding about? (a) increasing or decreasing technical know-how (b)adding or subtracting one additional unit of some resource (c)investing with borrowed money (d)maximizing goods and services
Weegy: Thinking at the margin means deciding about (a) increasing or decreasing technical know-how User: how did you get that answer? can you explain? Weegy: I looked up the definition. This would be the closest to the actual definition which is: thinking about the costs and benefits of making changes in behavior. User: can i ask another question? Weegy: Yes you can. Go ahead. (More)
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how does the circular flow model of a mixed economy compare with that of a market economy?
Weegy: The circular flow of income is a model of how the market system works and explains how the business cycle occurs. It helps us to understand each sector of the economy and their interaction. [ There are 5 sectors that make up our economy, and the flow of money connects the sectors. These are Australian households, Australian firms, financial sector, government sector and the overseas sector. The circular flow of income shows that ... (More)
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