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Q: What is the purpose of "stop–gap" funding? (1 point)to close gaps in the funding when there is an unexpected expense to stop the spending of unnecessary funds when money is being wasted to make sure
there is enough money to pay the government's bills when the budget is finished to keep the government running when the budget has not been approved
A: The purpose of stop-gap funding is D. Keep the government running when the budget has not been approved.
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User: What is the purpose of "stop–gap" funding? (1 point)to close gaps in the funding when there is an unexpected expense to stop the spending of unnecessary funds when money is being wasted to make sure there is enough money to pay the government's bills when the budget is finished to keep the government running when the budget has not been approved

Weegy: The purpose of stop-gap funding is D. Keep the government running when the budget has not been approved.
maverick314|Points 41|

User: Why does the government sometimes use an expansionary fiscal policy? (1 point)to encourage growth and try to stop or prevent a recession to expand the government's control over non-defense spending to control the demand for consumer goods and services to slow down the economy because fast–growing demand can exceed supply

Weegy: A)to encourage growth and try to stop or prevent a recession
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User: Why is it difficult for the federal government to increase or decrease spending? (1 point)Most goverment officials are reluctant to authorize any changes in spending. Two-thirds of all government spending is on entitlements, which the government cannot easily alter. Taxpayers and citizens get upset when the government decides to stop paying for something. Different states may have different goals, so they may not agree with the monetary changes.

Weegy: The answer is B)two thirds of all government spending is on entitlements which the government connot easily alter
itstud|Points 170|

User: What is one of the major uses of government fiscal policy? (1 point)to keep the amount of taxes collected directly from residents low to prevent big changes in the level of the GDP to allow the government to control its own spending on programs to let lawmakers make changes in economic decisions

Weegy: to allow the government to control its own spending on programs.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: What problem did the Great Depression in the 1930s highlight that classical economics did not address? (1 point)how often such an event would happen worldwide how much the government should spend to revive the economy how long the market would take to return to equilibrium how many people would lose their jobs or homes

Weegy: C)how long the market would take to return to equilibrium
BRAINSTORM|Points 3065|

User: What is the maximum output that the economy can sustain over a period of time called? (1 point)productive capacity economic output controlled incentive maximum spending

Weegy: The answer is A)productive capacity
bongche|Points 3864|

User: What are the two main economic problems that Keynesian economics seeks to address? (1 point)business and personal taxes military and other defense spending periods of depression and inflation foreign aid and domestic spending

Weegy: The answer is C)periods of depression and inflation .
bongche|Points 3864|

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