After reviewing his budget, Josh realizes he can't spend more than $40 on a pair of new shoes, so he decides to shop only at stores that carry shoes in his price range. What is this an example of? A. A rational choice B. A value-added motivation C. An emotional choice D. An impulsive selection
A. A rational choice
I think that this is an example of a rational choice because there is a logical reason that Josh wants to buy shoes that cost less than $40. Value-added wouldn't work, because there is no added value. Emotional choice wouldn't work either because the question does not say that Josh wants a specific type of shoes. Lastly, impulsive selection doesn't fit because the reason Josh doesn't want to spend more than $40 dollars is not random.
muslims control the north africa during the period of 1500 up
to 1800. they made a barrier to prevent further european exploration from
entering the africa from the north. however, the dutch ware still able to move
toward the interior with having south africa as one of the routes leading to
the east for trading with asia.