Chapter 6Tracking the U.S. Economy
3. In double-entry GDP accounting,
a. the value of output produced must equal the value of resource payments generated in
producing that output
b. government is not counted because most of government spen
Chapter 7Unemployment and Inflation
1. A major cost of unemployment is lost production.
4. Which of the following is not considered a cost of unemployment?
a. loss of self-respect by those who are unemployed
Chapter 5Introduction to Macroeconomics
2. The ultimate objective of macroeconomics is to
a. reduce the unemployment rate
b. stabilize the economy's growth rate
c. develop and test theories about how the overall economy works
d. improve th
Chapter 8Productivity and Growth
5. "The most important factor in determining a nation's standard of living in the long run is the
productivity of its resources."
8. If Q is total real output, K is capital in use, a
Chapter 10Aggregate Supply
1. Aggregate supply is the relationship between aggregate demand and the quantities of aggregate output
firms are willing and able to produce, other things constant.
Chapter 11Fiscal Policy
11. Which of the following best illustrates the use of discretionary fiscal policy?
a. Congress provides $1 billion in relief aid for hurricane victims.
b. Congress appropriates $500 million to help the needy, and t
Chapter 9aAggregate Expenditure and Aggregate Demand
2. The primary determinant of saving is the interest rate.
3. The primary determinant of saving is income.
7. Autonomous consumption expen
Chapter 9bAggregate Expenditure and Aggregate Demand
1. If there are no unintended changes in inventories, the economy is at its equilibrium level of real GDP
2. Consumption plus saving equals disposable i
The laissez-faire approach popular before the Great Depression influenced the U.S. government to see business
a. natural phases in an otherwise healthy system, and therefore to take short-term deficit
spending measures to help recovery
MGT 225 section project #1
Use the blood data on the next page to describe the data in each of the four categories of the
blood samples: White blood cell count, red blood cell count, hemoglobin and platelets. Describe
the measures of central tendencies as
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