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The level to which productive resources are used efficiently is called _______. a. productivity c. relativity b. constructivism d. absolutism
The level to which productive resources are used efficiently is called productivity.
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What is the most dominant economic force in today's world? a. communism c. centrally planned government b. socialism d. capitalism
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Capitalism is the most dominant economic force in today's world.

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NONE. Companies in a perfectly competitive market have NO CONTROL over price.
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Rationing is most likely to lead directly to a black market.
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