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You read an article in a news magazine that explains how the economy expanded for several years, and then went into a period of contraction. What is the main subject of this article? A. poverty B.
microeconomics C. the business cycle D. voluntary exchange
C. the business cycle
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User: You read an article in a news magazine that explains how the economy expanded for several years, and then went into a period of contraction. What is the main subject of this article? A. poverty B. microeconomics C. the business cycle D. voluntary exchange

Weegy: C. the business cycle
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User: A writer should avoid plagiarism because she may A. be banned from writing any more works. B. be tried as a criminal. C. be sued for fraud. D. have to make a public apology.

Weegy: C. be sued for fraud
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User: A minimum price, set by the government, that must be paid for a good or service is called a _____. A. price wall B. price floor C. price field D. price ceiling

Weegy: B. price floor
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