BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

A price leader is a firm that ____ in the industry. a. sets the lowest prices
b. sets the highest prices and has a low market share
c. sets acceptable prices and has a dominant market share
d. sets the globally consistent price

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The correct answer is (C)

Explanation:

Price leader is an organisation that activities control in deciding the price of products and goods. The price leader activities leave different contenders with few or no choices other than to alter their costs to coordinate the value set by the price leader. Price leader is ta firm who has the maximum market share.


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Imagine that you are training a male client who has a medium sized build, is more muscular, and has a considerably amount of lean mass. What would portion control look like for this individual

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Explanation:

First of all, I would take Body Mass Index of the male client to have clear idea about the amount of weight he is above or below the healthy weight bracket. Then I would take the fat test to have a knowledge about the excess of less fat in his body.

If he would be below the desirable fat level in his body, I would recommend him with a portion in which he would likely to take more good fats in order to develop healthy fats in his body. Similarly, if his fats are above the healthy range, i would restrict him to take bad fats like oils, creams, etc in his diet.

Now as in this question, the client has a muscular lean body, which means he is in the pretty healthy body type, so i would suggest him to eat everything including carbs, good fats, proteins, etc, but in small quantities.

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What is the term for a more complex production strategy that combines approaches from more than one basic strategy?

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On Harvard Business News it explained this connection on strategic management, it links all the strategies and complexities in the business. Because of the diversity and continuous change in business schemes and application, there is a need to merge everything and all the phases that occurred in the business. The aim of strategic management is to simplify everything and make it individualized and cater the clients on the services or products it has.
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In a manufacturing​ company, accounting,​ legal, and sales expenses related to a specific product are typical examples of product costs. True False

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Answer:

False

Explanation:

Accounting,​ legal, and sales expenses are considered period costs.

In a manufacturing company, product costs are the costs of manufacturing a product, e.g. direct labor, materials, machinery and equipment. Product costs are recorded as the costs of goods sold (COGS).

While period costs include administrative and sales expenses, legal expenses, office rent or office depreciation, etc.

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. Imagine that you are interested in buying a car. Choose a type of car that you are interested in buying, and then use the Internet to find at least one primary source and one secondary source of information about that type of car. Use this information to answer the questions below. a. What type of car did you choose? (Complete sentences are not necessary. 0.5 points) b. What is the name of the primary source, and where did you find this information? (1-2 sentences. 0.5 points)

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The type of car that I chose is a Honda Accord. The primary source that I used to obtain information about the car is the company's website about the car showing all the features, stats, awards, and price of the car. I found the information on the internet.
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Generally with bond ratings, the higher the rating, the ________ the interest rate an investor will receive and the ________ the the risk that the issuer of the bond will default.

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The risk of default is measured by bond ratings, with the higher the rating the lower the risk of default, so The higher the rating, the lower the interest rate an investor will receive and the lower the risk that the issuer of the bond will default. 

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The difference between a gross material requirements plan and a net requirements plan is that A. the gross MRP does not take taxes into​ account, whereas the net requirements plan includes the tax considerations.B. the gross MRP includes consideration of the inventory on​ hand, whereas the net requirements plan does not.C. the net requirements plan includes consideration of the inventory on​ hand, whereas the gross MRP does not.D. the gross MRP may not be​ computerized, but the net requirements plan must be computerized.

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A. Is the answer

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Goals are typically not set for the organization but for the stakeholders outside the organization. a. true
b. false

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A is right I think ?
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If consumption increases, a) the SRAS curve will shift rightward, which will push the price level up. b) the SRAS curve will shift leftward, which will push the price level up. c) the AD curve will shift leftward, which will push the price level down. d) the AD curve will shift rightward, which will push the price level up.

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Answer: Option (d) is correct

If consumption increases, the AD curve will shift rightward, which will increase the price level.

Explanation:

If the consumption increases in an economy as a result there is a rightward shift in the aggregate demand curve. This shift in the aggregate demand curve lead to increase in the price level as well as in the output level.

Because there is more demand in the economy which gives an advantage for the producer to charge higher price.

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Do you feel ethics is critical in every business transactions? and why?

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Answer:

a strong "work ethic" is critical.

Explanation:

for survival of any business, requires getting to know your customer base and catering to their needs..example; all senior citizens receive free grocery delivery within a certain milage from the store..

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