# Econmocis

1. the chance that a society can actually achieve full employment is ________ percent.
Select one:
A. 1
B. 75
C. 10
D. 0
E. 45

Stevenson responds: Information is important, but what's most important is how that information is used. And there is no more direct way that information technology has helped businesses than the ability to sell directly. Selling online has opened up entirely new markets that allow businesses to make greater profits, with greater efficiency, than ever before. Many businesses, such as Amazon, have been able to use online selling exclusively to dramatic effect: without having to spend money on bricks-and-mortar storefronts, they can make billions in profits selling products at low prices.

Which of the following, if true, would best support Stevenson's position?
Select one:
A. Businesses that exclusively sell online have been the fastest-growing.
B. The most successful businesses are those that make use of information technology.
C. Many more businesses sell their products over the Internet now than in the past.
D. In general, the more that information technology is used by businesses, the better they perform.
E. Easily packaged imperishable consumer goods are those that are best suited to being sold over the Internet.

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