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33. The real wage is the wage:A. measured in current dollars.B. required to maintain a minimum standard of living.C. employers are required to pay workers.@measured in terms of purchasing power.E. the federal government sets as the minimum wage.
34. Indexing is the process of:
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35. The substitution bias in the CPI refers to the failure of statisticians to:
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