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The fundamental assertion of economics is that the sum of all human wants cannot

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The fundamental assertion of economics is that the sum of all human wants cannot be fulfilled by the finite resources available in the world,and therein lie the economic problem, which is the problem of resource management.

a) and therein lie the economic problem, which is the problem of resource management
b) and therein lies the economic problem, which is the difficulty rising from the need to allocate resources
c) but there is a lie in the economic problem, which is the problem of resource management
d) and therein lies the economic problem, which is the problem of resource allocation
e) and therein lies the problem of resource management and the economic problem

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Bofua Bruno
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D.........option B sounds awkward " which is the difficulty rising from the need to"
answered Feb 10, 2015 by Beginner (1 point)
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