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### Homework3

Course: ECON 102, Spring 2008
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3 Econ Homework 102-3: Principles of Macroeconomics due on February 8, 2008 Turn in your stapled homework during class on February 8, 2008 and remember that no late homework will be accepted. Question 1 (5 points) At the end of last year, the CPI equaled 120. At the end of this year, the CPI equals 132. What is the inflation rate over this year? A. 6 percent B. 10 percent C. 12 percent D. 1 percent E. none of the...

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