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Grade 11 Economics
Rent payments and property taxes would be counted as
  1. total cost
  2. variable cost
  3. fixed cost
  4. marginal costs
Grade 4 Economics
Most of the farmers' tomato crops have been killed by insects. What will probably happen to the cost of tomatoes?
  1. The cost will increase.
  2. The cost will decrease.
  3. The cost will stay the same.
  4. The cost will decrease, and then increase again.
Grade 11 Economics
Total cost is the sum of the
  1. fixed costs and overhead
  2. all variable costs
  3. fixed and variable costs
  4. fixed and marginal costs
None Diet and Nutrition
What happens to healthcare costs when the percentage of obesity increases?
  1. healthcare costs decrease
  2. healthcare costs increase
  3. There will be no change in healthcare costs
Grade 2 Economics
What you give up when you make a choice.
  1. benefit
  2. opportunity cost
  3. income
  4. price
Grade 12 Economics
The sum of the fixed costs and the variable costs.
  1. taxes
  2. total costs
  3. depreciation
  4. total product
Grade 12 Economics
A business makes a profit when its costs of production are less than its
  1. overhead.
  2. variable costs.
  3. revenues.
  4. fixed costs.
Continuing Education Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Choose Two: Which of the following are benefits of good food safety standards?
  1. Reduced cost from food waste
  2. Reduced cost training food handlers
  3. Reduced cost from fines
  4. Reduced costs of pruchasing cleaning chemicals
Grade 12 Economics
The cost added by producing one extra item of a product
  1. Production Cost
  2. Market Failure
  3. Marginal Cost
  4. Marginal Expense
Grade 12 Economics
The most desirable alternative given up is                      .
  1. cost benefit analysis
  2. trade-off
  3. inflation
  4. opportunity cost
Grade 10 Economics
A cost-benefit analysis balances the cost of an action against
  1. those who benefit from the action.
  2. those who perform the analysis.
  3. what consumers and taxpayers are willing to pay.
  4. the benefits one expects to receive
Grade 7 Economics
Opportunity cost is
  1. the loan you choose not to take out
  2. the cost for starting a business
  3. the benefit you give up by choosing to do one thing instead of another
  4. none of the above
Grade 11 Medical Terms
cost/o is
  1. cartilage
  2. rib
  3. cell
  4. throat
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