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Picking fruit is an example of skilled labor.
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User: Picking fruit is an example of skilled labor.

Weegy: Picking fruit is an example of skilled labor.
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User: A mass refusal to buy products from certain employers or companies. a. lockout c. strike b. boycott d. embargo

Weegy: A mass refusal to buy products from certain employers or companies is a: BOYCOTT.




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In a rigid container, when the speed of the gas molecules decreases, the pressure of the gas also decreases.
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In a rigid container, when the speed of the gas molecules decreases, the pressure of the gas also decreases. TRUE.
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The poverty threshold, or poverty line, varies according to what? a. the census c. the size of the family b. nationwide income averages d. the inflation rate
Weegy: The poverty threshold, or poverty line, varies according to B)nationwide income averages. Poverty line, or poverty threshold, is used to mark the minimum income needed to achieve a satisfactory standard of living. [ While this may mean different thing in different parts of the world, in the US, being above this threshold means having access to water, food, shelter, education, medical care, and adequate clothing. ] User: The poverty rate is the percentage of people who live in households with income below the poverty level. Weegy: Poverty is general scarcity or dearth, or the state of one who lacks a certain amount of material possessions or money. User: Your education level has no effect on your income level. (More)
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Your education level has no effect on your income level, False.
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The poverty rate is the percentage of people who live in households with income below the poverty level. TRUE.
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When an inflated balloon is exposed to cold air, a. the temperature inside the balloon rises. b. the pressure inside the balloon rises. c. the volume of the balloon decreases. d. the volume of the balloon increases.
Weegy: When an inflated balloon is exposed to cold air,c. the volume of the balloon decreases. (More)
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Which of these changes would NOT cause an increase in the pressure of a contained gas? a. The volume of the container is increased. b. More of the gas is added to the container. c. The temperature is increased. d. The average kinetic energy of the gas in increased.
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Updated 11/24/2014 9:28:17 AM
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The volume of the container is increased would NOT cause an increase in the pressure of a contained gas.
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Which theory of inflation states that all sectors in the economy try to buy more than the economy can produce, which in turn creates shortages and lost business for merchants. a. demand-pull theory c. wage-price spiral b. cost-push theory d. economic growth theory
Weegy: The theory that inflation occurs when producers raise prices to meet increased costs is the? B .) cost-push theory. User: the idea that too much money in the economy causes inflation (More)
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Quantity Theory is the idea that too much money in the economy causes inflation.
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Demand-pull theory states that all sectors in the economy try to buy more than the economy can produce, which in turn creates shortages and lost business for merchants.
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