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chapter 31 homework - D) $6,792 billion 4. Refer to the...

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1. Refer to the above table. The value of the money included in M2 but not counted in M1 is: A) $1,457 billion B) $4,442 billion C) $2,886 billion D) $3,845 billion 4663 2. Refer to the above table. The size of the M1 money supply is: A) $979 billion B) $1,236 billion C) $1,415 billion D) $1618 billion
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3. Refer to the above table. The size of the M2 money supply is: A) $2,054 billion B) $2,696 billion C) $5,899 billion
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Unformatted text preview: D) $6,792 billion 4. Refer to the above table. The size of the M2 money supply is: A) $3,730 B) $3,980 C) $4,330 D) $4,470 5. Refer to the above table. The size of the M1 money supply is: A) $1,940 B) $2,080 C) $2,220 D) $2,730 6. If the price index rises from 100 to 130, the value of the dollar will fall by about: A) 15 percent B) 19 percent C) 23 percent D) 30 percent...
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