ASHFORD BUS311 WEEK 1 AND WEEK 2 QUIZES ALL CORRECT ANSWERS

| September 29, 2018

The U.S. Constitution has been amended _____ times.

five
thirteen
twenty-seven
fifty-two

Question 2. Question
:
In the case State v. Beciraj, the husband and wife
defendants were charged with conspiracy to commit arson. It was difficult to
prove the crime because

the defendants never started a fire.
the husband did not agree to the arson.
the wife was not present when the fire
occurred.
the insurance on the property had lapsed.

Question 3. Question
:
Which of the following would violate the Equal Protection
Clause?

A sheriff stops only people of Hispanic origin
to check immigration papers.
An airport has separate restrooms for men and
women.
A landlord refuses to rent an apartment to a
homosexual couple.
A woman registered on a dating website only
considers African-American men as possible partners.

Question 4. Question
:
The purpose of tort law is to

protect society.
compensate victims of wrong doing.
provide a safe way of getting even.
discourage bad conduct.

Question 5. Question
:
Notice of a lawsuit is generally accomplished through a
procedure known as:

Service of Process
Personal jurisdiction
Minimum contacts
Forum choice

Question 6. Question
:
Justin is a famous professional athlete. The Daily News
publishes a story which discloses that Justin gave syphilis to his
ex-girlfriend, which he did. If Justin sues the Daily News for defamation, he
will probably

win, because this would injure his reputation.
win, because this has nothing to do with his
status as an athlete.
lose, because he has no damages.
lose, because the statement was true.

Question 7. Question
:
Aaron, an avid football fan, gets a black eye when he
attends a game between the Packers and the Giants. While he was waiting for a
beer, an attempted field goal hit the upright, bounced off and hit him in the
face. If Aaron sues for negligence, he will probably

win, because the stadium should have screened
the seats.
win, because the football caused his black
eye.
lose, because he doesn’t have an injury.
lose, because he assumed the risk.

Question 8. Question
:
The type of law produced by bodies such as the Food and Drug
Administration and the Internal Revenue Service is known as:

Regulatory law
Limited law
Concurrent law
Administrative law

Question 9. Question
:
According to the text, which of the following is the
“supreme law of the land?”

The law enacted by Congress
Rulings of the Supreme Court
The U.S. Constitution
The State statutory law

Question 10. Question
:
If a state enacted a law that made it illegal to sing the
national anthem of other countries, such a law would violate the ______ of the
U.S. Constitution.

Commerce Clause
First Amendment
Due Process Clause
Equal Protection Clause

Royal Hotel Inc. orally orders 100 standard sets of sheets
from Textile Inc. for a price of $500. Textile immediately sends back a written
invoice with the details of the conversation. Royal and Textile

have an enforceable contract unless Royal
objects within 10 days.
INCORRECT have an enforceable contract unless
Textile objects within a reasonable time.
do not have an enforceable contract because it
was an oral agreement.
do not have an enforceable contract because
Royal never signed the invoice.

Question 2. Question
:
A simple contract need(s)to

be oral.
be entered into by a person, not a business.
not include an offer and acceptance.
not be signed by the parties.

Question 3. Question
:
Beta Inc. offers to buy 25 screwdrivers from Industrial
Hardware for $75. Industrial responds, “We have the screwdrivers you wish to
purchase, but the price is $80.” Beta replies, “No, we can find them cheaper
somewhere else.” Industrial now responds, “We accept your offer of 25
screwdrivers for $75.” Do they have a contract?

No, Industrial’s counteroffer terminated
Beta’s offer.
No, Beta never made an offer since shipment
terms were not included.
Yes, Beta made a firm offer.
Yes, Industrial was merely attempting to
negotiate.

Question 4. Question
:
Royal Hotel Inc. verbally orders 100 sets of sheets and
pillowcases, each to be embroidered with the chain’s coronet logo, for $1,000,
from Textile Inc. Textile starts on the order and has completed 45 sets when
Royal calls back and cancels the order. Which of the following is true?

There is no contract; Textile never accepted
the offer.
The contract is unenforceable; it falls within
the UCC Statute of Frauds.
The contract is fully enforceable; this is the
part performance exception to the Statute of Frauds.
The contract is fully enforceable; this is the
specially manufactured goods exception to the Statute of Frauds.

Question 5. Question
:
Daniel offers to sell his Toyota Camry to Jen for $8,000.
Jen replies, “I accept. Make sure you wash and wax the car before you bring it
over.” Which best describes the situation?

There is a contract; Daniel must wash and wax
the car.
There is a contract, but Daniel does not have
to wash and wax the car.
There is no contract; Jen made a counteroffer.
There is no contract unless Jen is willing to
take an unwashed car.

Question 6. Question
:
Alpha orders 100 Grade A widgets from Beta. Beta does not
have any Grade A widgets in stock, so it ships Alpha 100 Grade B widgets
instead. Which of the following is true?

Beta has made a counteroffer.
Beta has accepted Alpha’s offer.
Beta has breached.
Two of these

Question 7. Question
:
Petra contracted to paint Bret’s house for $2,000. After
beginning the job, Petra realizes that the house is really quite big, and she’s
not going to make enough profit, so she tells Bret she wants another $500 to
finish the job. Bret doesn’t want to pay more, but he’s afraid that if she
walks off the job, he’ll have trouble finding someone else to finish it, so he
agrees. Is Bret legally obligated to pay the extra $500?

Yes, if Petra does finish the paint job.
Yes, this is a contract under the UCC.
No, Bret made an illusory promise.
No, Petra had a pre-existing duty to paint the
house for $2,000.

Question 8. Question
:
If an offeree attempts to add different terms in an
acceptance, which conflict with what the offeror stated

the terms cancel each other out.
the offeror’s terms govern the contract.
the offeree’s terms govern the contract.
the offeree’s terms govern the contract unless
the offeror objects.

Question 9. Question
:
Merlin posts his car for sale. Breanna calls and leaves a
voicemail, saying, “Hey, I definitely want to buy your car! I’ll pick it up
tomorrow, okay?” Which of the following best describes the situation?

There is a contract, because Breanna has
accepted the offer.
There is no contract, because Breanna did not
use a proper form of acceptance.
There is no contract, because Breanna made a
counteroffer.
There is no contract, because Merlin never
made an offer.

Question 10. Question
:
Delta Inc. offers to sell Omega Corp. a packaging machine.
Omega responds “We’ll take it but only if there is a six-month warranty.” Which
of the following is true?

There is a contract, and Omega has a six-month
warranty.
There is a contract, but Omega does not have a
six-month warranty.
There is a contract unless the warranty term
is a material change.
There is no contract.

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