Reading Answers 4

Reading Answers 4 - Reading Questions 4 1 a. By the skill,...

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Reading Questions 4 1 a. By the skill, dexterity, and judgment of workers; and secondly by the proportion of those who are employed. 2 a. The first is more important because in thriving societies there are more people who do not work at all and still enjoy the good of the land but in savage nations there are those who provide the necessities of their families and are still poor. 3 a. Division of labor. b. A manufacturing company can make for more things when the labor is distributed among those working by letting them do a specific job. A trifling manufacturing company will probably have only a few people performing many different tasks. c. ? 4 a. Because in agriculture you cannot separate the labor as much as you can separate it in manufacturing. 5 a. First the improvement of the dexterity of the workman increases the quantity of work that he can do because it reduces his work down to one simple operation. Secondly you save
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2009 for the course BE 123 taught by Professor Roger during the Spring '09 term at Limestone.

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Reading Answers 4 - Reading Questions 4 1 a. By the skill,...

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