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Q: What is one of the major problems caused by a high national debt? A. It prevents the federal government from balancing the budget. B. Money spent on servicing the debt causes prices to rise.
C. It prevents foreign governments from investing in U.S. businesses. D. Money spent on servicing the debt cannot be spent on other things.
A: D. Money spent on servicing the debt cannot be spent on other things.
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User: What is one of the major problems caused by a high national debt? A. It prevents the federal government from balancing the budget. B. Money spent on servicing the debt causes prices to rise. C. It prevents foreign governments from investing in U.S. businesses. D. Money spent on servicing the debt cannot be spent on other things.

Weegy: D. Money spent on servicing the debt cannot be spent on other things.
scijoe21|Points 2215|

User: What economic theory did Ronald Reagan base his policies upon after becoming President in 1980? A. supply-side economics B. Keynesian economics C. demand-side economics D. classical economics

Weegy: A. supply-side economics
abhik1100|Points 685|

User: What is an example of a positive external shock to aggregate supply? A. Good weather leads to an unusually productive harvest for corn farmers. B. A popular new diet encourages consumers to buy more corn flakes. C. Demand for new suburban houses increases the value of farmland. D. China announces that it plans to import more corn from the United States.

Weegy: A. Good weather leads to an unusually productive harvest for corn farmers.
drsyed19|Points 470|

User: Why does unemployment rise when the economy slows? A. Decreased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down. B. Decreased demand for goods causes the cost of labor to go up. C. Increased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down. D. The slower economy makes companies less likely to outsource jobs.

Weegy: A. Decreased demand for goods causes demand for labor to go down.
abhik1100|Points 685|

User: Which of the following is an example of money as a unit of account? A. purchasing a remote-controlled toy on sale for $8.99 B. lending your best friend $25.00 to buy a guitar C. opening a savings account at a bank that pays high interest D. comparing camera prices at different store before buying one

Weegy: D. comparing camera prices at different store before buying one
jeifunk|Points 6741|

User: Which goods would be included in the calculation of GDP? A. toys made in China at a factory owned by a U.S. company B. cars made in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese car company C. plastic made in Kentucky and sold to a toy maker in Ohio D. cotton cloth made in India and sold to clothes makers in the United States

Weegy: A. toys made in China at a factory owned by a U.S. company
allybee|Points 8815|

User: Products that would be used in calculating the United States GDP include A. toys manufactured in China at a factory owned by a U.S. company. B. cars manufactured in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese automobile company. C. plastic manufactured in a factory in Kentucky and sold to toy manufacturers around the world to make plastic toys. D. cotton cloth manufactured in India and sold to clothes makers in the United States.

Weegy: The answer is B. cars manufactured in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese automobile company.
Butterflybaby|Points 1013|

User: Near money includes A. demand deposits. B. credit and debit cards. C. traveler’s checks. D. savings deposits.

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