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Question 21.GDP is the total market value of: Student Answer:All expenditures on natural resources, labor, and capital goods in an economy in a given yearAll expenditures on consumption, investment, and net exports in an economy in a given yearAll intermediate goods and services produced in an economy in a given yearAll final goods and services produced in an economy in a given year
Question 22.A wealthy executive is holding money for a good time to invest in the stock market. This action would be an example of the:
Question 23.A government budget deficit occurs when government expenditures are:
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Question 24.Fiscal policy is enacted through changes in:
Question 25.What is one of the advantages of monetary policy over fiscal policy? Student Answer:Its control over the size of Federal budget deficitsThe quickness with which it can be usedThe opportunity for broad political influenceIts domination of major sectors of the economy
Question 26.In the United States, income taxes and transfer payments:
Question 27.Which would be one of the factors that increase aggregate demand?
Question 28.Use the figure below to answer the following question:
Refer to the above diagram. A shift from AS1 to AS2 would be consistent with what economic event in U.S. history?
Question 29.Which is the most important function of the Federal Reserve System? Student Answer:Setting reserve requirementsControlling the money supplyLending money to banks and thriftsActing as the fiscal agent for the U.S. government

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