Suppose a senator considers introducing a bill to legislate a minimum hourly wage of $12.50. Which of the following statements are

Suppose a senator considers introducing a bill to legislate a minimum hourly wage of $12.50. Which of the following statements are true? Check all that apply. Binding minimum wages increase the natural rate of unemployment. If the minimum wage were set at $9.50, the market would still be able to reach equilibrium. In this labor market, a minimum wage of $12.50 would be binding. In the absence of price controls, a surplus puts upward pressure on wages until they rise to the equilibrium.

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correct, but each time you dont pay the price of the penalty can increase.

a. $48.75

is the answer to your question

1   all nations face the problem of scarcity because there are limited resources and unlimited wants. nations do not have enough factors of production to produce everything that their population wants. entrepreneurial resources initiate businesses to make new goods and services; labor resources produce goods and services.

2 there are four factors of production: natural resources, labor resources, capital resources, and entrepreneurial resources. natural resources are raw materials from nature that are used to produce goods. trees, water, and grains are natural resources. some natural resources, such as wheat and cattle, are renewable

3 wants

things that you do not need to have in order to survive, but would like to have

needs

things that you must have in order to survive

goods

physical products

services

tasks that a business perform for customers

resources

items that people can use to make or obtain what they need or want

determine

to settle or decide by choice of alternatives or possiblities

4 i really dont know

3rd the reason why is because of management and leadership

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