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The science of government and how it works.

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What happens to the Production Possibility Frontier Curve (PPF) when a company grows in assets like opening new branches or obtaining more machines?

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The College of Mass Communication is also called "Plaridel Hall"

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The job of getting customers to want a product.

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Never handle electric equipment with wet hands.

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New technology tends to shift the supply curve to the right.

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In order for the U.S. to accommodate people entering the workforce, its GDP needs to grow about ____ per year.

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Economic needs is:

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what economic conditions are necessary for the strategy to be employed?

Reagan Domestic / 10 questions

Jerry Falwell founded the ______, a political organization based on the religious beliefs of some Christians.

8 Strands of Social Studies / 10 questions

If a person started digging a deep hole and discovered an ancient piece of art, what strand would that fall into?

2.01 Economic Systems Terms 1 / 10 questions

The United States of America operates a Mixed Economy, which meets the its citizens basic ______________.

AIB VOCABULARY QUIZ #3 / 10 questions

A financial benefit that is realized when the amount of revenue gained from a business activity exceeds the expenses, costs and taxes needed to sustain the activity.

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_______________ is how much we buy

HE.ru-11, U-1 / 11 questions

I'd like to be able to speak German, English and French fluently after I graduate.

Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 / 25 questions

The knowledge, efforts, and skills people bring to their work, also called labor.

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Which among the following choices would best fit the description of a primary source?

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What are wants?

Comparative Politics part 3 / 16 questions

The study of politics and economics are related and how their relationship shapes the balance between freedom and equality.

macro 15 / 10 questions

Which of the following is not a supply-side policy?

Intro Economics / 25 questions

What is the cost of a trade off called?

European Economics / 20 questions

The European Union creates a single market in many countries. Businesses are able to operate without trade barriers or restrictions, and companies throughout Europe have equal opportunities to reach customers. This often results in greater choice and lower prices for consumers. According the the passage above, consumers benefit from lower prices in the European Union's single market. Which of the following best explains the reason.

European Economics / 20 questions

Many countries in Europe have switched to the euro, the currency of the European Union. Using the euro gives them many advantages. The greatest advantage is having a single currency for several different countries. A single currency means that businesses can sell goods and services to consumers in other countries without worrying about any exchange rates. People traveling between countries also do not have to worry about exchange rates. According to the passage above, which of the following is a benefit of the euro to consumers

European Economics / 20 questions

True or False: The currency used in the United Kingdom is the pound

Government & Economics / 33 questions

8 SS8CG1 What is the most important reason citizens should serve on jury duty and vote in elections?

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25 SS8CG5 The main governmental authorities in the counties of Georgia are

Government & Economics / 33 questions

33. If the governor takes no action on a bill, it

Government & Economics / 33 questions

8 SS8CG1 What is the most important reason citizens should serve on jury duty and vote in elections?

Economics Saving / 25 questions

your best plan is to create a budget to create wealth for your future

Economics Final / 45 questions

Basics of Economics / 24 questions

part B 11

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An effective minimum price imposed by the government, called price floor in economics, is usually expected to result in what?

Economics III / 30 questions

Marginal utility is:

Government & Economics / 33 questions

25 SS8CG5 The main governmental authorities in the counties of Georgia are

Government & Economics / 33 questions

8 SS8CG1 What is the most important reason citizens should serve on jury duty and vote in elections?

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Which countries were involved in NAFTA?

European Economics / 20 questions

True or False: When a country has a market economy the government controls most of the businesses.

European Economics / 20 questions

The European Union creates a single market in many countries. Businesses are able to operate without trade barriers or restrictions, and companies throughout Europe have equal opportunities to reach customers. This often results in greater choice and lower prices for consumers. According the the passage above, consumers benefit from lower prices in the European Union's single market. Which of the following best explains the reason.

European Economics / 20 questions

The European Union creates a single market in many countries. Businesses are able to operate without trade barriers or restrictions, and companies throughout Europe have equal opportunities to reach customers. This often results in greater choice and lower prices for consumers. According the the passage above, consumers benefit from lower prices in the European Union's single market. Which of the following best explains the reason.

European Economics / 20 questions

Which term best describes an economic system in which the people-not the government-own land, factories, and businesses.

European Economics / 20 questions

Which word has the same meaning as "tariff"?

European Economics / 20 questions

Which term best describes an economic system in which the people own land, factories, and businesses.

Economics Concepts / 10 questions

Miles has a case of bottled water chilling on ice. He plans to sell this water during recess to raise money for the basketball team. Miles knows the best time to sell water is when_________________________.

Economics- mobley3rd / 20 questions

Firewood that I purchase for my fireplace, is a ________ resource.

Economics Pretest / 22 questions

Eric mows lawns with a push mower to earn money. He has earned $500. He wants a new expensive racing bike that costs $500, but decides instead to purchase a riding lawn mower to replace the push mower. Eric is hoping that purchasing the riding lawn mower will:

Government & Economics / 33 questions

25 SS8CG5 The main governmental authorities in the counties of Georgia are

World History Spring Final part 2 / 15 questions

What country does Germany invade that signifies the start of WWII

Economics IV / 30 questions

What is the unity of the laws of nature and society:

Government & Economics / 33 questions

33. If the governor takes no action on a bill, it

European Economics / 20 questions

The United Kingdom is one of the leading fishing nations in the world because

European Economics / 20 questions

True or False: When a country has a market economy the government controls most of the businesses.

European Economics / 20 questions

In a command economy, who decides what to produce, how to produce, and when to produce?

VCE Economics / 11 questions

Economics is primarily concerned with the question of how

Economics II / 30 questions

Minimization of production costs:

European Economics / 20 questions

True or False? Germany has a higher GDP than Russia and the United Kingdom.

European Economics / 20 questions

Which term best describes an economic system in which the people-not the government-own land, factories, and businesses.

Economics Quiz_2 / 25 questions

Which factor of production is being utilized when an individual takes a risk and starts their own business in hopes to make a profit?

AP ECONOMICS / 18 questions

This purpose of government means to keep the peace at home.

Your Future Final Exam / 25 questions

What is true about the Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions?

Environmental Science Chapter 20 &21 Quiz / 10 questions

Apx. __________ people live on the Earth right now

Assignment 1 / 10 questions

Opportunity costs exist because:

Economics Practise quiz / 13 questions

Opportunity cost is Slide 5 Page 2

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

Merchandise, commodities for sale or trade; items that you can see or touch is best described as:

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

The study of economics is best described as:

Economics Semester Exam / 20 questions

What is an economic rule stating that if two items satisfy the same need and the price of one rises, people will buy the other?

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

Merchandise, commodities for sale or trade; items that you can see or touch is best described as:

Pestivus Trivia / 15 questions

In general, how many points do snowflakes have?

Global Perspectives economics Vocabulary / 23 questions

a financial institution collects funds and invests them in financial assets

WFES 5th Social Studies Pre-Test A Economics / 10 questions

A factory makes 100 cars a day. They sell quickly, and dealers have lists of people wanting to buy the car. The factory owner decides to hire more workers and make 150 cars a day. This is an example of

FAB/NREE 4H Round-Up / 10 questions

Which of the following is the source of the majority of nitrogen and phosphorus contributing to water quality problems in the U.S. today.

Rise of Modern GA 2 / 10 questions

The practice of buying stock, real estate, or other valuables at low prices in order to resell at a higher prices is called..

The Fed Exam / 13 questions

Use the graphic and your knowledge of economics to answer the following questions. Which of the following accurately completes the graphic above?

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

Which of the following is not a capital resource that would go into the production of a hamburger:

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

Which of the following is not a collective good/service:

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

The study of economics is best described as:

Economics Vocab Test / 15 questions

A depression is a severe decline in the GDP that last for two or more years.

Ford, Austin & Ramsey's Principles of Corporation Law / 20 questions

The mantra for GRS is ____________________

chapter 18 economics / 20 questions

In a ____, most economic decisions are made by individuals looking out for their own interests.

Economics Unit Test / 18 questions

Name a different economic system.

Economics B Midterm / 40 questions

When there is inflation in an economy which is ALWAYS true?

Economics Exam 2 / 50 questions

A stock is

09 Economics 2 / 10 questions

Which is the most true for the law of demand:

09 Economics 2 / 10 questions

As resources are limited, communities need to look at how to best allocate resources to satisfy the needs and wants of its citizens. This refers to:

Economics Chapter 1 / 10 questions

Which is an example of microeconomics? (There may be more than 1)

Economics: Global Trade / 13 questions

Japan has a 100% tariff on sports car imports from the United States. If a sports car costs $80,000.00 in the United States: a) How much would it cost in Japan?and b) Would this increase or decrease U.S. exports to Japan?

social studies-economics / 10 questions

Why is it easier to use money than to barter? Check all that are true.

chapter 18 economics / 23 questions

The Government does NOT play a role in the keeping the economy working.

09 Economics 2 / 10 questions

If a farmer increased apple production from 10 cartons to 20 cartons and as a consequence the farmer’s wheat production fell from 10 tonnes to 8 tonnes, the opportunity cost of increasing what production is:

09 Economics 2 / 10 questions

In economics a resource is:

Economics Final 2010 / 30 questions

Why do people need to buy and sell products on the market?

Economics Test #2 / 18 questions

Increased lifespan is one of the benefits of economic growth, as well as wages, increased income.

Economics Semester Test / 25 questions

__________________ is when consumers react to an increase in a good’s price by consuming less of one good and more of other goods. An example of this would be choosing a Coke over Pepsi

Economics Exam 2 / 50 questions

In the short run a purely competitive firm that seeks to maximize profit will produce: 

09 Economics 2 / 10 questions

Which of the following definitions best describes the concept of opportunity cost:

Economics (Week 2) / 13 questions

Why is it important for a business to make a profit?

SW Asia (Economics) / 11 questions

Someone who is willing to take a risk to begin a new business.

Year 9 Economics 1 / 10 questions

Which of the following is not a collective good/service: