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Money that has value because the government has ordered it is an acceptable means to pay debts is: a. fiat money c. representative money b. commodity money d. uniformed money
Money that has value because the government has ordered it is an acceptable means to pay debts is: a. fiat money.
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Money that has value because the government has ordered it is an acceptable means to pay debts is: a. fiat money c. representative money b. commodity money d. uniformed money
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Money that has value because the government has ordered it is an acceptable means to pay debts is: FIAT MONEY.
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Objects that have value because the holder can exchange them for something else of value is called: a. fiat money c. representative money b. commodity money d. uniformed money
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According to the law of supply, the higher the price, a. the more consumers are willing to pay. b. the larger the quantity produced. c. the smaller the quantity produced. d. the more the availability of a good is reduced.
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According to the law of supply, the higher the price b. the larger the quantity produced. [smile]
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