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Chapter 9 EZ- Test1.City and county governments are typically classified as special purpose governments.TrueFalse(1) 2.According to GASB Statement No. 34, "General-purpose governments are thought to be those that offer more than one type of basic governmental service".(1) 3.General-purpose governments are those that offer more than one type of basic governmental service, while special-purpose entities generally provide a limited, or single, set of programs or services.(1) 4.Special-purpose governments generally provide a single or limited set of governmental services or programs.5.A special-purpose government engaged in business-type activities financed in whole or part by fees charged to external parties are usually reported in fiduciary funds.True→False(0)