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Business Essentials, 9e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship, New Ventures, and Business Ownership (QUESTIONS AND CORRECT ANSWERS)
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Business Essentials, 9e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship, New Ventures, and Business Ownership 1) The Small Business Administration is the government agency charged with owning small businesses. 2) Small businesses produce more patents per employee than large patenting firms. 3) Most businesses in the United States are large businesses with more than 500 employees. 4) Major innovations are most likely to come from large corporations. 5) Manufacturing is overwhelmingly handled by bi...

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1 Copyright © 2017 Pearson Education, Inc. Business Essentials, 11e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship, New Ventures, and Business Ownership 1) Which entity is defined as independent and has little influence on its market? A) Corporation B) Joint venture C) Small business D) Partnership E) Government agency Difficulty: Easy AACSB: Application of knowledge Objective: 3.1: Define small business, discuss its importance to the U.S. economy, and explain popular areas of small business. 2) Th...

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1 Copyright © 2017 Pearson Education, Inc. Business Essentials, 11e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship, New Ventures, and Business Ownership 1) Which entity is defined as independent and has little influence on its market? A) Corporation B) Joint venture C) Small business D) Partnership E) Government agency Difficulty: Easy AACSB: Application of knowledge Objective: 3.1: Define small business, discuss its importance to the U.S. economy, and explain popular areas of small business. 2) Th...

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1 Copyright © 2017 Pearson Education, Inc. Business Essentials, 11e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 15 The Role of Accountants and Accounting Information 1) Which of the following terms refers to the comprehensive system for collecting, analyzing, and communicating financial information? A) Bookkeeping B) Accounting C) Controlling D) Auditing E) Budgeting Answer: B Explanation: B) Accounting is the practice of making financial information useful to internal and external parties. Difficulty: Easy AACSB:...

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Business Essentials, 9e (Ebert/Griffin) Chapter 3 Entrepreneurship, New Ventures, and Business Ownership 1) The Small Business Administration is the government agency charged with owning small businesses. 2) Small businesses produce more patents per employee than large patenting firms. 3) Most businesses in the United States are large businesses with more than 500 employees. 4) Major innovations are most likely to come from large corporations. 5) Manufacturing is overwhelmingly handled by bi...

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