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Q: This is the phase of the business cycle, where there are large unemployment rates, a decline in annual income, and overproduction. a. recession c. recovery b. depression d. peak Please
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User: This is the phase of the business cycle, where there are large unemployment rates, a decline in annual income, and overproduction. a. recession c. recovery b. depression d. peak Please select the best answer from the choices provided

Weegy: This is the phase of the business cycle, where there are large unemployment rates, a decline in annual income, and overproduction. This is b. depression.
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User: Business fluctuations are systematic increases and decreases in real GDP. a.true b.false Please select the best answer from the choices provided



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Business fluctuations are systematic increases and decreases in real GDP. This statement is true.
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