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BUSINESS ECFN 222 Principles of Economics II (Macro)

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  • 35 terms

    Term:

    Velocity of money

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    number of times a dollar is used in a year

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    • Vocabulary for Final Exam Review. Find, create, and access Fiscal Policy, Inflation, Monetary Policy, Fed, flashcards with Course Hero.
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    Creation of Adam

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    4000 BC

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    This class was tough.

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    I would recommend any college I have attended and completed a degree or certificate from. Bryan College principles were focused on Christianity, ethics and leadership. Great college all around. Grateful to graduate with a MBA from the College. I chose Roane State to enter the RN program this fall 2017 as I have seen students from their programs and all are very knowledgeable and have the skills needed in the workforce.

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    The leadership classes, Christianity and ethics classes were amazingly interesting and complete with real life examples that have assisted me greatly since I graduated from Bryan College. I use the guidance from the classes daily in my current role as Chief Compliance Officer for a healthcare consulting firm.

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    12+ hours

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    Study guidelines, ask questions and use the examples given in the literature to be successful.

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