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1. In discussion of business and society, why is there a tendency to focus on
large firms rather than small or medium sized firms? If so, in what ways
have these firms been affected?
Principles of Macroeconomics
Dr. Greg Richardson
I swear that I have neither given nor
received any unauthorized assistance
on this examination.
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Economics is the study of
scarcity under condition
Problem Set 10
Econ 202 (03, 04, 05) Spring 2003 (Dr. Tin-Chun Lin)
1. Implicit costs are best thought of as: (A) Variable costs. (B) Marginal costs. (C) Accounting costs. (D) Opportunity costs. (E) Sunk costs.
2. A firm is able to produce 90