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These are powers “necessary and proper” to carry out powers specifically stated within the Constitution: a. Inherent powers c. Implied powers b. Expressed powers d. Concurrent powers
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These are powers "necessary and proper" to carry out powers specifically stated within the Constitution: c. Implied powers.
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Money that people can gain access to quickly and easily to pay for goods and services is: a. M-1 c. M-3 b. M-2 d. M-4
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The power to coin money is enumerated in the constitution and is this type of power. a. concurrent c. expressed b. implied d. inherent
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The power to coin money is enumerated in the constitution and is this type of power: concurrent
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These are delegated powers of the National government that are spelled out very clearly: a. Inherent powers c. Implied powers b. Expressed powers d. Concurrent powers
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EXPRESSED POWERS are delegated powers of the National government that are spelled out very clearly.
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The narrowest definition of money, called the _______ definition, includes only the public's holdings of coin, currency, travelers' checks, and deposits against which checks can be written. a. stock c. M-1 b. flow d. M-10
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