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1. a firm buys another firm unrelated to the original firm's business.
2. only the perfect competitor.
3. marginal physical (product)
5. both marginal revenue product and marginal physical product fall.
7. fall faster than
8. forced its rivals out of business.
9. interlocking directorates
11. forming a big company.
13. compromise settlement between Microsoft and the federal government.
17. a firm acquires a competitor.
18. outlawed unfair business practices to exclude rivals from selling in markets.
19. from unrelated industries.
20. The European Commission fined Microsoft over $600 billion for its anticompetitive behavior.
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Got them and working on them
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I am not seeing any accepted answers on my side....
I think it might be the phone issue
No problem - will work on these and will have at least the first set about ready by that time when you are able to get to the computer.
Thanks... just quite a few sets here
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Here are the answers to the set that starts with the predeccessor to the AFL question
1. Knights of Labor. 2. Taft-Hartley 3. steel workers. 4. the firm increases its profits at the expense of its workers.
5. Both inclusion and exclusion lead to higher wages. 6. the buyer of a product for which there are no close substitutes.
7. are very detailed and specify wages levels and fringe benefits for a period of 2-3 years.
9.economic rent. 10.$25,000. 11.first the income effect sets in, and then the substitution effect
12.The highest paid professional athletes earn economic rent
13.lowering the minimum wage rate
14.relative distribution of income
15.Medicaid 16.official number of persons classified as poor would be lower
17.moved outward, away from the line of perfect equality
18.if the person's money income is below the poverty income threshold
19.Black families with a female head
20.Female-headed families with no husband present
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Working on the next group of 20 you posted right now....
I am not sure why they did not post last night - might have been the issue with the subscriber status - hopefully they got that all fixed for you
Here are the answers to the group that start with "The principle of comparative advantage"
The last set (I think there is just one more set) is on my home computer. I will be at home shortly and will copy them over ASAP For you when I get there.
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Here are the answers to the last group starting with "In general, a plot of land goes to"
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Here are the answers to the last group...
1. became necessary after the development of the flying shuttle.
2. James Watt.
3. Price reductions produced increased markets, thus continuing the traditional, self sustaining nature of the European economy as it had functioned since the early 1600s.
4. began in Belgium, France, and the German states.
5. included an efficient transportation network.
7. was notable for rapid overall growth and a far more rapid increase in city populations.
8. composed of increasingly wealthy individuals who wanted political status and power.
9. reduced the number of children working in factories.
10. opposing limiting governmental power.
11. had major support only in western, Atlantic coast Europe until the late 1860s
12. agreed to meet periodically to take steps to maintain Europe's peace and stability.
14. Venetia; Rome
16. used parliament to endorse the policy of increased taxes, and used the new revenues collected to reorganize the Prussian military.
17. Louis Napoleon made himself Emperor of the Third Republic.
18. unified Austria with the Bismarck's emerging German Empire
19. Alexander III and Nicholas II continued Alexander II's reforms.
20. Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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1-discreet Japanese economic pressure 2-gave Britain control of Hong Kong3-The British agreed to stop exporting opium to China.4-was the Christian leader of the Taiping Rebellion.5- The Russians transferred territories north of the Amur River in Siberia to China 6- Korea 7- Shandong Peninsula.8-the dismemberment of China was impossible 9-slow pace of reform served to intensify revolutionary fervor among the new reformist elite 10- Sun Yat sen11- Puyi12- left a power vacuum in the country due to the collapse of the Manchu Dynasty13- the Qing had finally succeeded in uniting all Chinese behind the regime.14- the naval expeditions of Commodore Perry.15 never accepted the fact that Japan had to begin to modernize in order to survive. 16- Kyoto to Tokyo.17- Germany.
18. Universal democracy was adopted
19. beef and wheat from Argentina
20.the Cárdenas government nationalized the foreign oil companies' holdings and provided millions of acres of land to landless peasants
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2. the belief of most military leaders that the use of still larger numbers of troops would allow them to get their troops beyond the enemy trenches and gain a quick victory.
3. sharply limited free speech when it implemented the Defense of the Realm Act
4. after working class women staged a massive food march in Petrograd.
6. David Lloyd George
7. The transfer of Bavaria to France as a reparations payment
8. was superficial, as reflected by the overly optimistic response to the Locarno Treaty and other diplomatic agreements but which failed to deal the issue of military disarmament.
9. faced great economic challenges such as runaway inflation and later the Great Depression.
10. Hannah Höch and Salvador Dali.
11.were usually led by people with extensive knowledge of Western ideas and values.
12. Dhoti-simple garment of coarse home-spun cotton
14.Ibn Saud established the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
15. a massive oil discovery at Dhahran in 1938 moved Saudi Arabia from being an area of chronic poverty to one of unexpected national affluence.
16. demonstrations by Chinese students and others in opposition to the Japanese being awarded
17. blend Confucianism and Islam with Western capitalism.
18. was increasingly influenced by Marxists on the left and radical nationalism on the right.
19. bananas and cinchona from Brazil.
20. the fascistic PRI seized power in 1926.
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Here are the answers to the next group posted:
1. D. The leaders of the three Allied nations were deeply divided over the future of Japan. Reset Selection
2. D. Marshall Plan
3. B. supports the view of many revisionist historians that United States policies drove Stalin to adopt a hostile view of the West.
4. B. peasant enthusiasm to Mao's promises to give land to the peasants.
5. C. became more determined to block Western contact with the Chinese government.
6. C. was treated with suspicion by United States leaders, especially after the Soviet crushing of the unrest in Hungary in 1956.
7. A. the Soviet Union decided to send nuclear weapons to Cuba in 1962
8. B. was aggravated by the lack of Soviet support for Chinese efforts to reclaim Taiwan
9. A. Soviet Union
10. D. Afghanistan
11. B. continued his reliance on the terror apparatus, including the holding of about 9,000,000 Soviet citizens in Siberian concentration camps
12. D. permitted the publication of One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
13. B. As a result of détente, there was a freer and more relaxed domestic atmosphere
14.B. a combination of the statement of long suppressed feelings as a result of new freedoms, the inability of the army to control the resulting violence
15. D. Soviet troops occupied the country in December 1990
16. D. Boris Pasternak.
17. C. they received re-enforcements from Taiwan
18. C. democracy
19. D. agricultural communities containing more than thirty thousand people
20.D. not to be used in the same way the Soviets had used it
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You will need to post those in a new thread as those would not be in this group and would need to be moved to the "essay" area. I do not usually do the essay portions but would be willing to take a look.
Here are the answers to this group:
1. see France increase its gross domestic product during his period of government.
Richard Nixon ended the war in Vietnam.
The armed hostility of France
was divided by the Berlin Wall.
an economic union.
He focused exclusively upon domestic matters rather than foreign affairs.
used illegal methods to obtain information from his political rivals.
strong support for labor unions and war on poverty programs.
because of his misconduct with a White House intern, he was not reelected in 1996.
Lester Pearson advocated political union with the United States.
hey often lacked sufficient labor to allow them to compete with foreign manufacturers.
The Bay of Pigs disaster resulted in a Soviet decision to place Soviet missiles in Cuba.
In 1996, Mexican peasants received net incomes equal to those of wealthy American farmers.
the number of people engaged in agriculture dropped significantly.
Simone de Beauvoir.
E. F. Schumacher argued that modern production technology was undercutting the long term ability of society to produce or, possibly, even to survive.
the Theater of the Absurd.
the bleak world-view of absurdist drama and literature.
Church attendance in Europe increased significantly in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Here are the answers to the last group:
1. mixed, with both positive and negative results.
2. Portugal left Angola in 1949.
3. a declining population.
4. capitalism is the dominant economic system.
5. a transitional period in which representatives of the National Party and the ANC would be cabinet members.
6. most African states have experienced increasing economic prosperity.
7. the nation was composed of many political parties having diverse interests.
8. Israeli's policy of establishing settlements in the occupied West Bank territories.
9. It has resulted solely from a clash between modern and traditional ideas and values.
10. Most of the most fertile agricultural land is owned by peasant farmers.
11. a majority of the population in Hindu.
12. was based on the British system, with a figurehead president and a parliamentary form.
13. India today is a nation of contrasts, with a majority of its population living in poverty.
14. Salmon Rushdie.
15. villages and cities.
16. supervision of the creation of labor unions and the breakup of the zaibatsu.
17. it possesses a non restrictive and individualistically oriented environment.
18. received a Nobel Prize for literature.
19. thrift, hard work, and an obedience to authority were the tenets of state policy.
20. a "modernizing elite" with an economic vision and practicality.
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Why is the table NOT a frequency distribution?