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Chart, p. 449 10-1. How many video games would George be willing to purchase at a price of $10 each? 10-2. at a price of $50 each?
Graph, p. 450 (definition p. 449) 10-3. Why does the demand curve slope downward? 10-4. What is the total quantity demanded at $10?
American Biographies, p. 454 10-5. Why was Beulah Henry referred to as “Lady Edison”? 10-6. By what age was she president of two companies?
Critical thinking skillbuilder, p. 457 10-7. What is the subject of this graph? 10-8. Into what three categories are the statistics grouped?
Critical thinking skillbuilder, p. 457 10-9. What information is shown along the vertical axis? 10-10. In which sector of the motion picture industry was the demand for workers the lowest?
Critical thinking skillbuilder, p. 457 11-1. Did the overall demand for workers in the motion picture industry rise or fall in the 1980s? 11-2. What information is shown along the horizontal axis?
Chart, p. 459 11-3. At a price of $3.00,how many cassettes does each person demand? 11-4. At what price is there the most demand?
Chart, p. 462 11-4. How many video games would Software House be willing to sell at a price of $10 per game? 11-5. Why would Software House want to sell so many games at $50?
Economics and you, p. 493 11-6. How many libraries did Carnegie help build? 11-7. From where did he emigrate?
Issues to debate, p. 495 11-9. Why does Breaux think PRAs are safe? 11-10. Why does Jackson oppose PRAs?
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