Jason Strachman
This information was taken from Managerial Economics and Business Strategy by Michael R. Baye on page 209.

Dedicated assets are general investments made by a firm that allow it to exchange with a particular buyer.

For example, a military weapons producer opens a new assembly line to manufacturer guns for the US Department of Defense. If opening the assembly line is only profitable if the government actually purchases the guns, the investment represents a dedicated asset.
Question 1:
What is a dedicated assets?
A. A formal relationship betweena buyer and seller that obligates the buyer and seller to exchange at terms specified in a legal document.
B. General investments made by a firm that allow it to exchange with a particular buyer.
C. Mechanism used to enhance workers' efforts.
D. A measure of the difference between price and marginal cost as a fractice of teh product's price.
Answer is B