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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points 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
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An example of money as a unit of account is: Comparing camera prices at different store before buying one.
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