Quiz 2 Chapter 2

Macroeconomics plus MyEconLab plus eBook 1-semester Student Access Kit (6th Edition)

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Quiz 2 Chapter 2 This activity contains 15 questions.  The product approach to the national income accounts uses the concept of value added, which is  defined as the value of a producer's output minus the value of the  inputs it purchases from other producers. the amount that purchasers spend on the producer's  goods. a company's profits. accounting profits after taxes are paid. According to the fundamental identity of national income accounting,
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GDP = GNP – NFP. S = (Y + NFP – T + TR + INT) – C. Y = C + I + G + NX. Which of the following statements is true? Capital goods are a type of intermediate good. Capital goods are produced in the same year as the  related final good, whereas intermediate goods are  produced in different years. Capital goods are produced in one year and final goods  are produced over a period of more than one year. Capital goods are final goods, because they are not used 
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