Recessions begin at and end at A the highest unemployment rate the lowest

Recessions begin at and end at a the highest

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26.Recessions begin at _____ and end at _____. A. the highest unemployment rate; the lowest unemployment rate B. the lowest unemployment rate; the highest unemployment rate C. a peak; a trough D. the highest inflation rate; the lowest inflation rate
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27.Refer to the figure above. Based on the Figure, which point or points indicate peaks of the business cycle?
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28.Refer to the figure above. Based on the Figure, which point or points indicate troughs of the business cycle?
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29.Refer to the figure above. Based on the Figure, which interval represents a business cycle expansion?
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30.Refer to the figure above. Based on the Figure, which interval represents a business cycle recession? A. A to BB. B to CC. A to B to CD. B to C to D
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31.All of the following are characteristics of short-term economic fluctuations EXCEPT: durable industries.
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32.All of the following are characteristics of short-term economic fluctuations EXCEPT: durable industries.
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33.Short-term economic fluctuations are _____ in length and severity and ____ to predict.
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34.Typically unemployment _____ during a recession and _____ during an expansion. A. rises; rises even moreB. rises; fallsC. rises; does not changeD. falls; rises
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35.Which of the following workers is most likely to lose his/her job during a recession?
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36.Which of the following workers is least likely to lose his/her job during a recession?
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37.Workers in durable-goods industries are ____ workers in service industries to lose their jobs during a recession.
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