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Q: frictional unemployment.
A: The normal force is defined as the net force compressing two parallel surfaces together; and its direction is perpendicular to the surfaces. [ In the simple case of a mass resting on a horizontal surface, the only component of the normal force is the force due to gravity, where . In this case, the magnitude of the friction force is the product of the mass of the object, the acceleration due to
gravity, and the coefficient of friction. ]
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User: If government uses its stabilization policies to maintain full employment under conditions of cost-push inflation A. a deflationary spiral is likely to occur B. an inflationary spiral is likely to occur C. stagflation is likely to occur D. the phillips curve is likely to shift inward

User: Other things being equal, the elasticity of demand for labor will be greater the

User: The phase of the business cycle in which real GDP declines is called:

User: GDP can be calculated by summing:

User: The demand for a resource will increase if the

User: . Gross domestic product (GDP) measures and reports output:

User: Monopoly or market power is the ability of a firm to:

User: The type of unemployment associated with recessions is called:

User: frictional unemployment.

Weegy: The normal force is defined as the net force compressing two parallel surfaces together; and its direction is perpendicular to the surfaces. [ In the simple case of a mass resting on a horizontal surface, the only component of the normal force is the force due to gravity, where . In this case, the magnitude of the friction force is the product of the mass of the object, the acceleration due to gravity, and the coefficient of friction. ]
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