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Week 5 Practice Assignment

  1. Congress makes a new law concerning the flight of personal flight vehicles in public airspace. Which of the following would most likely happen?
  • Congress creates the law and expects citizens to adjust to the law as necessary.
  • Congress itself monitors the law and adds details to it as necessary.
  • Congress creates the law along with a federal agency to administer it.
  • Congress passes the law and leaves enforcement of the law to the President

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for division of markets?
  • Conspiring to refuse dealings with another business
  • Conspiring to fix prices by limiting the number of products sold.
  • Conspiring to manipulate the price of goods and services.
  • Conspiring with another party to provide goods to specific, separate areas.

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for exclusive dealing agreements?
  • Conspiring to require a certain minimum price for goods.
  • Conspiring to purchase goods or services from only one provider.
  • Conspiring to force the purchase of an associated product in addition to the intended purchase.
  • Conspiring to limit the distribution of a product to a particular area

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for price maintenance agreements?
  • Conspiring to force the purchase of an associated product in addition to the intended purchase.
  • Conspiring to limit the distribution of a product to a particular area.
  • Conspiring to purchase goods or services from only one provider.
  • Conspiring to require a certain minimum price for goods.

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for tying arrangements?
  • Conspiring to limit the distribution of a product to a particular area.
  • Conspiring to force the purchase of an associated product in addition to the intended purchase.
  • Conspiring to purchase goods or services from only one provider.
  • Conspiring to require a certain minimum price for goods.

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for geographic allocations agreements?
  • Conspiring to force the purchase of an associated product in addition to the intended purchase.
  • Conspiring to require a certain minimum price for goods.
  • Conspiring to limit the distribution of a product to a particular area
  • Conspiring to purchase goods or services from only one provider.

 

  1. Which of the following is the correct definition for controlling output?
  • Conspiring to fix prices by limiting the number of products sold.
  • Conspiring to refuse dealings with another business.
  • Conspiring with another party to provide goods to specific, separate areas.
  • Conspiring to manipulate the price of goods and services.

 

  1. Which of the following places each item in the correct order it appears in during the creation of a substantive rule?
  • Publication of proposed rule in Federal Register; Public comment period; Review of research, reports, and opinion; Issue of final rule-making; Hearing to challenge the rule
  • Public comment period; Publication of proposed rule in Federal Register; Review of research, reports, and opinion; Issue of final rule-making; Hearing to challenge the rule
  • Review of research, reports, and opinion; Publication of proposed rule in Federal Register; Issue of final rule-making; Public comment period; Hearing to challenge the rule
  • Issue of final rule-making; Review of research, reports, and opinion; Hearing to challenge the rule; Public comment period; Publication of proposed rule in Federal Register

 

  1. An electric company services an entire community of homes and businesses. When electricity rates start to go up, customers begin complaining that the company is leveraging its role as the sole supplier of electricity to charge more to its customers. Which of the following is true?
  • The company is essentially free of blame because it would be unreasonable for more than one company to try supplying electricity in one community.
  • The company is essentially free of blame because its monopoly was an innocent acquisition.
  • The company is guilty of seeking a monopoly, and a court may seek legal sanctions.
  • The company is guilty of seeking a monopoly and must recompense its customers.

 

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