INTB33531 - 1. The three principal inputs in the production...

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     The three principal inputs in the production process are     Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1.  land, natural resources, and capital  0%    2.  money, labor, and technology  0%    3.  physical capital, human capital, and financial  capital  0%    4.  capital, labor, and total factor productivity  100%    5.  technology, total factor productivity, and  innovation  0%         2.      In 1798 Malthus predicted      Student Response Value Correct  Answer 1.  that populations would migrate to countries with  the most productive land  0%    2.  that by the year 2000, world population would be  6 billion people  0%    3.  most of the demographic trends currently taking  place in Europe  0%    4.  that the limited natural resources will constrain  the population size  100%    5.  that better technology would provide the  population with more leisure time  0%         3.   
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course INTB 3353 taught by Professor Prodan during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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