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Which of the following is an example of commodity money? A) land B) checks C) dollar bills D) a certificate
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Land is an example of commodity money.
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Land is an example of commodity money.
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What happens during periods of hyperinflation? A) price levels drop and the value of money increases B) price levels soar and the value of money decreases C) price levels stabilize and the value of money stabilizes D) price levels rise at the same rate as the value of money
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:( regarding my -1 rating by user.....I know this comment does not undo the negative rating but ...doing it anyway! Hyperinflation definition: Ruinously high increase (50 percent or more per month) in prices due to the near total collapse of a country's monetary system, rendering its currency almost worthless as a medium of exchange.
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:( regarding my -1 rating by user.....I know this comment does not undo the negative rating but ...doing it anyway! Hyperinflation definition: Ruinously high increase (50 percent or more per month) in prices due to the near total collapse of a country's monetary system, rendering its currency almost worthless as a medium of exchange.
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