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When is a market at equilibrium? A)when quantity demanded equals quantity supplied B) when unsold goods begin to pile up C) when prices equal the cost of production d)when suppliers begin to reduce prices
Market is at equilibrium - A)when quantity demanded equals quantity supplied.
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Which of the following is an example of using physical capital to save time and money? A.) lowering workers’ wages to increase profits B.)hiring more workers to do a job C.) building extra space in a factory to simplify production D.)switching from oil to coal to make production cheaper
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Building extra space in a factory to simplify production is an example of using physical capital to save time and money.

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