Part 3 truefalse questions 40 questions at 1 point

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Part 3: True/False Questions (40 questions at 1 point each for a total of 40 points) Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 21 1 / 1 pts Consumption is negatively related to stock market wealth but positively related to taxes and tax rates. Consumption is negatively relate 29129 True Correct!82001 False <strong>Part 3: True/False Que
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 22 0 / 1 pts If aggregate expenditures rise unexpectedly, then inventories will also rise unexpectedly. <div>If aggregate expenditures <div></div>
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 23 1 / 1 pts Services are the most interest rate sensitive component of consumption. <div>Services are the most inte <div></div> 60616 True Correct!3801 False
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 24 1 / 1 pts Investment is the least cyclical component of aggregate expenditures. Investment is the least cyclical c
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 25 1 / 1 pts
The 'job-loss' recovery occurred following the 2001 recession. Correct!90616 True 96654 False <div>The 'job-loss' recovery oc <div></div>
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 26 0 / 1 pts Positive real interest rates imply that if you save today, you can purchase a smaller basket of goods and services in the future, relative to the basket you could have consumed today. Positive real interest rates imply
Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 27 1 / 1 pts <div>The higher the marginal pr <div></div>
The higher the marginal propensity to consume the more powerful tax policy is to influencing consumption. Correct!21635 True 46515 False
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