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Which of the following is classified as an entrepreneur? (Points

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Which of the following is classified as an entrepreneur? (Points : 5)
A manager in a large corporation
A financial manager in a small firm
An owner-manager who bought out the founder of a firm
A salaried technician in a rapidly-growing high-tech firm


2. Compared to large corporations, small businesses (Points : 5)
play just as important a part in the economy.
attract more attention and make more headlines in the media.
are not as important to the well-being of society.
are highly visible.


3. One glaring example of poor ethics practiced by small businesses in general is (Points : 5)
lack of pollution controls.
untruthful labeling of products.
lack of loyalty to employees.
fraudulent reporting of income and expenses for income tax purposes.


4. Different types of small business ownership opportunities include all of the following except (Points : 5)
startups.
bailouts.
family businesses.
franchises.


5. The cost of a franchise may include (Points : 5)
royalty payments.
high executive salaries.
a one-time federal franchise tax.
higher-than-usual labor costs.


6. In a family business, the interests of the family and the interests of the business are best described as (Points : 5)
overlapping.
conflicting.
coinciding.
having no relationship with each other.


7. Writing a business plan should be thought of as (Points : 5)
the means to an end product.
an ongoing process.
an absolute essential to the startup of businesses.
a mental exercise.


8. A firm's marketing mix consists of _____ activities. (Points : 5)
pricing, promotion, and distribution
product, pricing, and promotion
product, promotion, and distribution
product, pricing, promotion, and distribution


9. A disadvantage of a sole proprietorship is (Points : 5)
the complexity of the organization
the cost of starting the business.
the lack of limits on personal liability.
the difficulty of distribution.


10. Which of the following is not an environmental condition affecting selection of a business location? (Points : 5)
Competition
Weather and climate
Laws and regulations
Raw material availability


11. Assets that are relatively liquid are classified as (Points : 5)
current assets.
fixed assets.
short-term assets.
other assets.


12. Typical venture capitalists invest approximately ____ of their investment in later-stage businesses. (Points : 5)
one-fourth
one-half
three-fourths
nearly all


13. Most customer service problems are identified by (Points : 5)
personal observation.
outside consultants.
customer complaints.
entries in a suggestion box.


14. In general, products that are consumed in fixed amounts have (Points : 5)
inelastic demand.
constant demand.
variable demand.
elastic demand.


15. Which of the following does not describe a method of determining promotional expenditures? (Points : 5)
Matching industry forecasts
Spending as much as the competition
What can be spared
What it will take to do the job


16. Marcia Mendez, who runs a drapery business, has groups of employees who work in production and in installation. If she decides to use work teams as part of her leadership approach, she must increase (Points : 5)
supervision.
compensation.
independence.
quality.


17. Which of the following is a legal basis for selecting employees? (Points : 5)
Gender
Age
Education
Disabilities


18. An inspection plan that judges products as acceptable or unacceptable, good or bad, is known as (Points : 5)
a 100 percent inspection plan.
an attribute inspection.
a variable inspection.
an inspection sampling plan.


19. The owner of a small manufacturing plant wants inspectors to check the width and length of a product (within specified tolerances) during the production process. This calls for (Points : 5)
an attribute inspection.
a work sampling inspection.
a 100 percent inspection plan.
a variable inspection.


20. An analysis of which of the following records facilitates maintenance of adequate stock levels? (Points : 5)
Accounts payable records
Accounts receivable records
Cash records
Inventory records
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