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This one i am stuck between A and B i need help.

Which correctly lists the three factors of production in a capitalist economy?
A. land, labor, and a laissez-faire economy
B. socialism, labor, and capital
C. land, labor, and capital
D. land, capital, and monopoly

  • government -

    Both are wrong.

  • government -

    Wow i was going in all the wrong directions is C wrong to?

  • government -

    C is correct.

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