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Chapter 1 The Financial Environment TRUE-FALSE QUESTIONS T 1. Finance is the study of how individuals, institutions, and businesses acquire, spend and manage money and other financial resources. T 2. Business finance is the study of financial planning, asset management and fund raising by businesses and financial institutions. T 3. Finance at the macro level is the study of financial institutions and...

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