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Manush is a recent graduate from a prestigious university in California who is looking for a job opportunity as a real estate agent.  While he already has samples provided by his friends, he still feels something lacking in his resume.  Specifically, the he believes that his professional objective statement lacks focus and clarity. 

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Manush’s story shows the importance of using powerful keywords to his resume in landing the job he wanted.

Quiz 1

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Below are the questions for the exam with the choices of answers:

Question #1
A  $1000 per month monetary cost but a $2000 per month opportunity cost.
B  $1000 per month monetary and $1000 per month opportunity cost.
C  zero monetary cost but a $1000 per month opportunity cost.
Question #2
A  considering all prospective marginal benefits and marginal costs to oneself.
B  equal consideration for your own and others’ welfare
C  always considering the long-run.
Question #3
A  opportunity costs.
B  monetary costs.
C  sunk costs.
Question #4
A  facts.
B  value judgements.
C  conjecture.
Question #5
A  College tuition is higher for out-of-state students than it is for in-state students.
B  College tuition is not high enough.
C  College tuition is too high.
Question #6
A  the marginal benefit is greater than the marginal cost of an additional crop-dusting.
B  the total benefits from all crop-dustings is greater than the the total cost of all crop-dustings.
C  the additional crops grown from one more crop-dusting (the marginal product) is rising.
Question #7
A  The electric bill is higher this month.
B  Our family business costs will rise due to higher electric rates.
C  The average cost of producing electricity nationally is rising.
Question #8
A  according to what society as a whole would want.
B  by constantly assessing the opportunity costs of our choices.
C  with the objective of maximizing profit.
Question #9
A  specialize resources to the uses where opportunity cost is minimized.
B  attain absolute advantage in our trade with other nations.
C  refine tasks associated with production.
Question #10
A  livestock
B  human resources
C  human capital resources
Question #11
A  specialize resources to the uses where opportunity cost is minimized.
B  refine tasks associated with production.
C  attain absolute advantage in our trade with other nations.
Question #12
A  human resources
B  wind and sun
C  human capital resources
Question #16
A  Multiple and divide from right to left.
B  Follow the correct order of operations.
C  Start with the first variable of the equation.
Question #17
A  is no relationship between x and y.
B  is a constant relationship between x and y.
C  are two variables that are negatively related.
Question #18
A  is no relationship between x and y.
B  is a constant relationship between x and y.
C  are two variables that are negatively related.
Question #19
A  a direct relationship between groups in an economy.
B  mathematical equations.
C  a trade-off that scarcity imposes.
Question #20
A  analyzing the data.
B  mathematical equations.
C  graphs.