The fact that some people love tomatoes while others dislike them illustrates

The fact that some people love tomatoes while others

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16.The fact that some people love tomatoes while others dislike them illustrates thata.the value of a good is subjective.b.the value created by a good does not depend on who consumes it.c.the value of a tomato cannot be determined by the person consuming it.d.tomatoes have a value that is determined by their cost of production rather than by the value to the consumer of the tomatoes.____17.Which of the following is a positive economic statement?____18.When economists use the term ceteris paribus, they are indicating that____19.The term ceteris paribusmeans that____20.The fallacy of composition is the fallacious view thata.economic activity will benefit everyone.b.what is true for the individual will also be true for the group.c.it is possible for the whole to be greater than the sum of the individual parts.d.association does not necessarily indicate causation.____21.When an economist states a good is scarce, she means that____22.People make decisions at the margin. Thus, when deciding whether to purchase a second car, they would compare____
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