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Please xplain your answers for everyone's benefit.
since Darfir's production is reaching peak , the deprecation cannot increase any further sales revenue.
I second that
For the monkey explaination, the passage says that the mosquitos are at their peak during the rainy season, and the chemical mill... helps protect against mosquitos and therefor the monkeys must be rubbing it...
And the rubbing behavior only happens during the rainy season, so you want to ask that if the millipedes are only available dring the rainy season.
In my opinion ans for the first one must be E
Because this country's products can compete well with other countries' products means that it already get a big market share. If it devaluates its currency, this will not result in a significant increase in export but many other difficulties due to weak domestic currency.
IMO D is not an option for 1. A stable currency is almost always a strong one, if you devalue you $ vs your competitors, your products will be more competitive, in exactly the same way China and Japan deliberately peg their currencies at what most people consider an undervalued level.
Lets say the UK and US have an oligopoly on manufactured widgets, the primary consumer of these widgets is China. Lets also say that 1$ = 1GBP = 1 yuan. If the UK devalues its currency so that 2GBP = 1$ = 1 yuan then China can now afford to buy 2 UK widgets for every US one, therefore one could assume that the UK exports are going to increase.
Could also discredit E on the 1st question. What if the plants are already 100% efficient? Yes increasing them to 200% efficiency might make them more competitive, but this would be impossible. I think WOULD is the key here; kind of like all, every, any its just a bit of a extreme word.
If GM could manufacture cars for 1$ it would make them more competitive. But it aint gonna happen