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A change in the number of consumers can cause a. the service demand curve to shift. c. the market demand curve to shift. b. a substitution effect. d. prices to fall.
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Which of the following is one of the five causes of a business cycle? a. decrease in consumer demand c. recession b. external shocks d. none of the above
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External shocks is one of the five causes of a business cycle.
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A table that shows annual compound rates of growth between selected periods of time is the standard of living. True or False? User: Which of the following is not a factor affecting population. a. fertility c. population pyramid b. life expectancy d. net immigration User: If the producer price index goes up: a. Economic growth has increased. c. There has been an increase in demand for producers. b. Price paid by producers for factor inputs has gone up. d. The money ...
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Population pyramid is not a factor affecting population.

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Welfare and social security are examples of government spending on goods and services. True or False?
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Welfare and social security are examples of government spending on goods and services. TRUE
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Welfare and social security are transfer payments.
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Liabilities are a. reserves a bank must set aside. c. cash a bank can use for making loans. b. debts and obligations. d. the same as net worth.
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Liabilities are debts and obligations.
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