• Business Law MCQ 1

    Author: Maureen Miller @Open Course Library

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please explain to me about the curves
girlie Reply
they diagrams used to illustrate relationship between variables in economics
Ayuuba
how
aliyu
I am pretty good what about you
Ayuuba
the graphical representation of mathematical equation called curve
Peer
yeah !
Hadya
mention not hadya
Peer
ok i understand
Chris
it is planned of action
Mustafe Reply
What is demand curve
ajeet Reply
demand curve is a diagrametical presentation of quantity of commodity which consumer willing to able to purchase at a various price in a given market and time.
Sumit
wealfer, wealth,scarcity and Groth wech one more suit in economics
Keji Reply
wealth
Mumin
the theme of economics
Rebecca Reply
when income elasticity of demand for agood is positive and less than one thegood is
madina Reply
A consumer with a given income will maximise their utility when the...
Paul Reply
when the price that he actually pays is less than the price he was willing to pay for it
Jamaala
can you send me demand curve diagram with explanation ?
Zorrex Reply
used and limitations of microeconomics
Altaf Reply
explain the relation between short run average cost and short run marginal costs
VICKY Reply
explain the relation between short run average cost and short run marginal cost
VICKY
explain the relation between short run average cost and short run marginal cost
VICKY
explain the relation between short run average cost and short run marginal cost
VICKY
wealfer, wealth,scarcity and Groth wech one more suit in economics?
Keji
briefly state the reasons for downwards sloping demand curve ?
The Reply
taste and preference
Fabian
if John was given $10, he would spend none of it on tuna fish.But when asked, he claims to be indifferent between receiving $10 worth of tuna and a $ 10 bill.How could this be?
oliva Reply
Autonomous free demand
sadiq
What is illustrates?
Anik Reply
things to do first as a manager when contacted to create a jewelry inventory system
Moses Reply
what is monopoly
Kadar Reply
in monopoly there in only one producer of the product and there in no substitute of that product in the market .The producer is price maker .
Devendra
mono means single and poly means seller. so a single seller controls the entire market of a particular product. He is the price maker..
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Attribution:  Maureen Shellooe Miller. Open Course Library: BUS&201 Business Law. The Open Course Library. Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges, Jul. 2014. http://www.oercommons.org/courses/business-law-bus-201
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