anonymous
  • anonymous
Apples are part of which factor of production? A. land B. labor C. capital D. scarcity
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following is NOT a factor of production? A. land B. labor C. capital D. pollution
anonymous
  • anonymous
When a scientist is applying knowledge from her degree to create something, she is using ___________ capital. A. human B. mental C. physical D. personal
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the difference between scarcity and shortage? A. Scarcity is temporary while a shortage is permanent. B. Scarcity occurs when goods and services are low because prices are high. C. Shortages are temporary while scarcity always exists because there will always be a greater need for limited resources. D. A shortage will always exist because when a drought kills crops, those crops are not salvageable, scarcities are temporary.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following would be considered an example of seasonal scarcity? A. growing consumable produce in cycles B. stocking non-perishable items year round C. an item that is in large supply, yet low demand D. an item that is in large supply and high demand

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