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In a contract, what is consideration? A. Exchanging things of value B. Breaching the contract C. A business tort D. The minimum age for the contract
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User: In a contract, what is consideration? A. Exchanging things of value B. Breaching the contract C. A business tort D. The minimum age for the contract

Weegy: In a contract, consideration is the exchanging things of value.


User: Which of the following agencies protects human health and the natural environment? A. The FTC B. The EEOC C. The CPSC D. The EPA

Weegy: EPA or Environmental Protection Agency protects human health and the natural environment.
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User: Which of the following is likely to increase the value of a country's currency? A. The country's imports are higher than its exports. B. The country has high inflation. C. The country has a lot of debt. D. The country has a high interest rate.

Weegy: If the country's imports are higher than its exports it is likely that the value of the country's currency will increase.
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User: The U.S. encourages domestic companies to export because _____________. A. It increases inflation. B. It increases the number of U.S. consumers who buy domestic products. C. It increases the value of a U.S. dollar. D. It improves the interest rate.

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The U.S. encourages domestic companies to export because it increases the value of a U.S. dollar.
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In McCulloch v. Maryland, what did the State of Maryland argue? Banks cannot be created by Congress. States can determine which institutions within its borders must pay taxes. A federal bank must pay taxes to the state in which it is located. Banks may only be created by Congress, not by individuals.
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In McCulloch v. Maryland, the State of Maryland argued that: States can determine which institutions within its borders must pay taxes.
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