Practice 2: Supply and demand
Ceteris paribus, if the price of a digital camera rises, then we can expect
A. An increase in the demand for digital cameras.
B. An increase in the quantity demanded of digital cameras.
C. A decrease in the demand for digital
Macro practice 5: Consumption function
The components of aggregate demand are
Consumption, government spending, net exports, and investment.
Consumption, exports, imports, and disposable income.
Consumption, inventory, government spending, and disposable
Macro practice 7 Money, banking, and interest rate
Open market operations involve the Fed
Buying or selling government bonds.
Buying or selling shares of stock.
Borrowing money from a bank.
Lending money to individuals.
If market interest rates rise, the
Opportunity cost and production possibility curve
Along a society's production possibilities curve,
Opportunity the levelproduction possibility curve
A. cost and of technology is changing
B. more of one good can be produced without g
241 Hendricks Hall
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
ECON 225-001 PRIN. OF MACROECONOMICS
Spring 2013 Syllabus
Class Time: 2:00pm -3:15pm, TR, January 28th May 10th, 2013
Location: 247 Hendricks Hall
Instructor: Dr. H
Student Name: ID number: 3 war
Exam 1 Econ 225 Principles of Macroeconomics Fall 2015
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