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Ch.19.3 Bell Work . Define the Following terms: Sole Proprietorship- Partnership- Corporation- Bell Work 10 Reading notes Daily Quiz Class notes Video notes- Henry Ford assembly line Review Questions 2, 3, & 4 page 504. Mass Production. Banking, Credit, Business Organization.

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Ch 19 3 bell work

Ch.19.3 Bell Work

Define the Following terms:

Sole Proprietorship-

Partnership-

Corporation-

Bell Work

10 Reading notes

Daily Quiz

Class notes

Video notes- Henry Ford assembly line

Review Questions 2, 3, & 4 page 504



Banking credit business organization
Banking, Credit, Business Organization

  • During the industrial revolution, there was a great expansion of _____ and ____ as private banks lent increasing amounts of _______ to assist the expansion of _____.

  • The ____ _____ principle, which had earlier been applied to trading companies, soon began to be used for ____ and ______ enterprises.

  • Joint stock companies operated on the basis of limited _____.

  • Investors purchased shares of ____ in the company, thereby becoming _______. Investors would share.

  • Creditors of a _______ enterprise could not demand additional payments from them.

  • By reducing the investor’s risk, the principle of _____ _____ encouraged investment in new and untried ventures.


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