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Can someone check my questions? FAN + MEDAL!

3 years ago
OpenStudy (asevilla5):

Given the data in the chart, over which country does the United States have a comparative advantage in oil production? Canada Russia Saudi Arabia Venezuela I picked B for this

3 years ago
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Which of the following do consumers usually want to see rise with inflation? Income Interest rates Money supply Taxes I picked A for this

3 years ago
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Which of these businesses are in monopolistic competition? Two clothing shops, one selling women's clothing and the other selling kids' clothing Two agricultural producers, each selling a variety of kinds of citrus fruit Two pet stores, one of which sells dog products and the other of which sells bird products Two phone providers, each offering benefits to customers who switch to its service I picked B for this

3 years ago
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Andy compares mattresses. A twin-sized NightSoft mattress at the large chain BuyRite costs $1,500. The BuyRite saleswoman tells Andy that the company's 24-hour customer service, free mattress cleaning, and 60-day return policies are the best in the business. A similar twin-sized model, the DarkNights mattress, at the small store Joe's Bed and Linens, costs $1,495. The salesman at Joe's tells Andy that this store offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, plus free delivery. Which of these is Andy experiencing? Non-price competition in a monopolistically competitive market Non-price competition in a purely competitive market Price competition in a monopolistically competitive market Price competition in a purely competitive market I think this is B but not completely sure

3 years ago
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Sayuri's Asian Café needs to make pot stickers faster, so Sayuri buys a new machine to speed production, and the team starts using it on Day 4. Sayuri tracks production over the course of seven days. Which of these statements summarizes how the machine affects productivity? It initially slows production, but then production improves greatly. It initially slows production, but then production returns to its normal rate. It initially speeds up production, but then production returns to its normal rate. It initially speeds up production, but then production slows down again. I picked A for this but not positively sure

3 years ago
OpenStudy (asevilla5):

@VortexAlliby @SolomonZelman @JoannaBlackwelder can you check these for me? :/

3 years ago
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