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1.  The CPI was 138 in one year and 146 the following year. Approximately how much did prices rise between the two years?
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2.  If the CPI is 100 in the base year and 150 in the current year, how much did prices rise between these two years?
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3.  Suppose the market basket consists of 10X, 20Y, and 30Z. Current-year prices are $1.20 for each unit of X, $0.96 for each unit of Y, and $1.30 for each unit of Z. Base-year prices are $1.00 for each unit of X, Y, and Z. What is the approximate CPI in the current year?
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4.  One measure of the inflation rate is the
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5.  The civilian non-institutional population consists of everyone in the population who is
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6.  The civilian non-institutional population can be broken down into two groups:
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7.  Persons who are retired or engaged in own-home housework are considered to be in which of the following categories?
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8.  A person in the civilian labor force falls into one of two categories:
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9.  If a person is waiting to be called back to a job from which she has been laid off, how is she classified?
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10.  In order to be classified as unemployed, a person must
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11.  The unemployment rate equals the
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12.  The employment rate equals the number of
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13.  Suppose the civilian non-institutional population equals 100,000; the civilian labor force equals 75,000; there are 70,000 employed persons and 5,000 unemployed persons. If 5,000 persons who are currently "not in the labor force" decide to join the civilian labor force, and 3,000 are unemployed, then
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14.  Suppose there are 50 million people in the population, 25 million people in the civilian labor force, and 20 million people are employed.  The number of people unemployed is _______ million and the unemployment rate is ___________ percent.
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15.  Suppose there are 200 million people in the population, 120 million people in the civilian labor force, and 90 million people are employed.  The number of people unemployed is _______ million and the unemployment rate is ___________ percent.
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16.  If the CPI is 170 and nominal income is $45,000, approximately what does real income equal?
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17.  Juan lost his job as a nuclear physicist working for a defense contractor.  He can not find a job because no firms in the defense industry or any other industry are hiring people with his skills.  Juan is ______________ unemployed.
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18.  If there are 10 job losers, 12 job leavers, 13 reentrants, and 12 new entrants, then there are __________ unemployed persons.
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19.  If a person did at least one hour of work as a paid employee during the survey week, how is she classified?
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20.  Persons who are retired or engaged in own-home housework are considered to be in which of the following categories?
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21.  In order to be classified as unemployed, a person must
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22.  In an economy with 100 million people, 70 million hold jobs and 19 million are not working but are looking for jobs. The number counted as unemployed is
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23.  In an economy with 100 million people, 70 million hold jobs and 19 million are not working but are looking for jobs. The unemployment rate is
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24.  Unemployment that arises as a result of the time it takes for unemployed people to locate a job utilizing their transferable skills is called __________ unemployment.
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25.  The unemployment due to changes in the types of skills employers require is called __________ unemployment.
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26.  The cyclical unemployment rate is defined as the __________ unemployment rates.
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27.  "Full employment" is said to exist when the unemployment rate equals
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28.  A market basket is made up of three goods, 10X, 12Y, and 18Z. The prices in the base year are $1.20, $2.10, and $3.25, respectively. The prices in the current year are $1.44, $2.23, and $3.88. What is the approximate consumer price index in the current year?
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29.  Smith's income was $50,000 in year 1 and $55,600 in year 2. The CPI was 114 in year 1 and 124 in year 2. What was the approximate percentage change in Smith's real income between the two years?
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30.  A plumber who quits his job in San Diego and moves to Orlando where additional plumbers are needed is said to be ___________________ unemployed
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31.  Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total market value of all
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32.  In the definition of GDP, the words "total market value" refer to total
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33.  Which of the following illustrates double counting?
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34.  The best reason economists take only final goods and services into account when calculating GDP is that
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35.  Which of the following items is a final good?
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36.  Underground activities are not counted in GDP because
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37.  Which of the following is counted in GDP?
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38.  Which of the following would not be included in the measurement of GDP?
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39.  Which of the following would definitely not be included in the measurement of GDP?
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40.  Gross Domestic Product is computed by using
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41.  Which of the following is a nonmarket good?
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42.  Which of the following statements is false?
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43.  Disposable income is
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44.  Personal income is
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45.  In the United States, by far the largest expenditure component in GDP is
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46.  In 2009, the U.S. GDP was approximately
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47.  John just bought shares of stock in IBM for $10,000 and paid a $90 commission to his broker. How did this affect GDP?
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48.  Which of the following would not be included in the calculation of this year's GDP?
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49.  If in the process of calculating GDP, the market value of all intermediate goods is added to the market value of all final goods, this would
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50.  Suppose there are five goods in the economy, A-E. The current-year quantity of each is 10A, 20B, 30C, 40D, and 50E. Current-year prices are $1 for each unit of A, $2 for each unit of B, $3 for each unit of C, $4 for each unit of D, and $5 for each unit of E. Base-year prices are $1 for each good. Real GDP in the current year equals _________ and GDP equals _________.
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51.  Real GDP is always measured in
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52.  What is the proper sequence of the phases of a business cycle?
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53.  If Real GDP was $8,742 billion in year 2 and it had been $8,509 billion in year 1, what was the approximate economic growth rate during this time period?
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54.  What does annual economic growth refer to?
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55.  "Economic growth" has occurred if the
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56.  The standard definition of "recession" is
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57.  A recession is always part of a
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58.  Which of the following does GDP omit?
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59.  Look at the following data: GDP = $7,920 billion; investment = $2,100 billion; exports = $300 billion; government purchases = $1,450 billion; consumption = $4,500 billion. What does import spending equal?
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60.  Increases in import spending
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61.  Look at the following data: personal income = $4,900 billion; personal taxes = $900 billion; transfer payments = $980 billion. What is disposable income?
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62.  The sum of durable goods, nondurable goods, and services equals
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63.  You have data for compensation of employees, proprietors' income, rental income, and net interest. Can you compute national income?
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64.  Which of the following is the correct equation for computing personal income?
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65.  Exhibit 7-1   
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. Which of the following summations represents GDP using the expenditure approach?
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66.  Exhibit 7-1   
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. Which of the following summations represents net domestic product?
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67.  Exhibit 7-1   
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
 Refer to Exhibit 7-1. What is the value of  gross domestic product?
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68. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. What is the value of  net domestic product?
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69. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. What is the value of  personal income?
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70. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. What is the value of  national income?
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71. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. What is the value of  disposable income?
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72. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. Which of the following summations represents personal income?
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73. 
Consumption expenditures $ 2,150
Federal government purchases of goods and services 250
State and local government’s purchases 331
Investment 692
Proprietors income 150
Compensation of employees 2,080
Corporate profits 134
Corporate profits taxes 23
Rental income 31
Capital consumption allowance 295
Indirect business taxes 146
Net interest 147
Exports 300
Imports 320
Undistributed corporate profits 111
Transfer payments 66
Personal taxes 45
Dividends                        0
Income Earned from the Rest of the World                     252
Income Earned by the Rest of the World                     667
Social Insurance taxes 222
Statistical discrepancy 5
Refer to Exhibit 7-1. Which of the following summations represents disposable income?
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74. 
Durable goods $2,000
Services   4,000
Business purchases of capital goods     200
Fixed investment    600
Exports     600
Imports     800
Nondurable goods     500
Inventory investment                300
Government transfer payments     400
Purchases of new residential housing     400
Government purchases     900
Refer to Exhibit 7-3.  Consumption is equal to
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75. 
Durable goods $2,000
Services   4,000
Business purchases of capital goods     200
Fixed investment    600
Exports     600
Imports     800
Nondurable goods     500
Inventory investment                300
Government transfer payments     400
Purchases of new residential housing     400
Government purchases     900
Refer to Exhibit 7-3.  Investment is equal to
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76. 
Durable goods $2,000
Services   4,000
Business purchases of capital goods     200
Fixed investment    600
Exports     600
Imports     800
Nondurable goods     500
Inventory investment                300
Government transfer payments     400
Purchases of new residential housing     400
Government purchases     900
  111.   Refer to Exhibit 7-3.  Net exports is equal to
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77. 
Durable goods $2,000
Services   4,000
Business purchases of capital goods     200
Fixed investment    600
Exports     600
Imports     800
Nondurable goods     500
Inventory investment                300
Government transfer payments     400
Purchases of new residential housing     400
Government purchases     900
Refer to Exhibit 7-3.  GDP is equal to
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78.  An aggregate demand (AD) curve shows the
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79.  Aggregate demand curves are
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80.  One of the reasons why the AD curve slopes downward is that as the
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81.  If some of a person's wealth is in cash, it follows that
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82.  The change in the purchasing power of dollar-denominated assets (such as cash holdings) is the
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83.  As the price level falls,
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84.  The real balance effect describes the change in
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85.  As the price level rises, ceteris paribus, people holding some of their wealth in monetary form become
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86.  As the price level falls, ceteris paribus, people holding some of their wealth in monetary form become
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87.  Suppose consumption decreases at each price level. As a result, aggregate demand __________, and the AD curve shifts __________.
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88.  Suppose consumption increases at each price level. As a result, aggregate demand __________, and the AD curve shifts __________.
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89.  The real balance effect is one of the
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90.  The interest rate effect is one of the
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91.  The real balance effect helps to create "a change in
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92.  Part of the story of the interest rate effect is that a lower price level causes __________ in the supply of credit, which then causes the interest rate to __________.
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93.  Which of the following factors can shift the AD curve?
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94.  If the price level is constant, but consumption increases, then the real balance effect will
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95.  If consumption changes because of a change in a factor other than the price level, then the
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96.  If investment changes because of a change in a factor other than the price level, then the
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97.  If consumption changes because of a change in the price level, then the
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98.  If investment changes because of a change in the price level, then the
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99.  Suppose a drop in stock prices makes people feel less wealthy. This would cause __________ the economy's AD curve.
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100.  Greater wealth makes __________ people willing to spend the national income, causing __________ the economy's AD curve.
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101.  Expectation of lower future prices is a
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102.  Expectation of higher future income is a
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103.  An economic policy initiative results in the AD curve shifting to the right. As a result,
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104.  Suppose the price level is rising and it is widely forecast to rise even further. This forecast might cause __________ of some consumption plans, resulting in __________ the AD curve.
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105.  An increase in the interest rate __________ purchases of consumer __________.
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106.  A falling interest rate affects the demand for consumer __________ and shifts AD to the __________.
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107.  As the interest rate rises, the cost of a given investment project __________ and businesses invest __________.
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108.  As the interest rate rises, businesses invest __________ and the AD curve shifts to the __________.
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109.  A lower income tax rate __________ consumption, causing a __________ the AD curve.
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110.  Suppose the real exchange rate of 10 Mexican pesos to the dollar moves to 9 pesos to the dollar. The dollar has ________________, making Mexican goods __________ expensive for Americans.
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111.  Suppose the real exchange rate of 115 Japanese yen to the dollar moves to 105 yen to the dollar. The dollar has __________, making Japanese goods __________ expensive for Americans.
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112.  An appreciation of the U.S. dollar tends to __________ U.S. net exports and shift the U.S. AD curve to the __________.
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113.  A depreciation of the U.S. dollar tends to __________ U.S. net exports and shift the U.S. AD curve to the __________.
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114.  An increase in the money supply may __________ total expenditures, leading to a __________ shift of the AD curve.
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115.  A decrease in the money supply may __________ total expenditures and thus __________ aggregate demand.
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116.  A short-run aggregate supply curve shows the
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117.  The short-run aggregate supply curve is
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118.  A rise in wage rates
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119.  Changes in which of the following will not cause the SRAS curve to shift?
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120.  An increase in the price of nonlabor inputs
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121.  If the price level remains constant but the wage rate increases, then there will be __________ in production and the SRAS curve will shift __________.
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122.  A decrease in the price of electricity will cause
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123.  An increase in the price of oil will cause
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124.  An increase in labor's productivity will cause the SRAS curve to shift __________ and the price level to __________.
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125.  An increase in labor productivity shifts the
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126.  If aggregate quantity supplied is greater than aggregate quantity demanded at a particular price level, then a
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127.  Short-run equilibrium exists
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128.  If consumption increases,
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129.  An increase in the price level
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130.  A decrease in the price level
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131.  As interest rates rise, the  ____________ curve shifts _____________ resulting in a(n) 
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132.  After an adverse supply shock occurs, the  ____________ curve shifts _____________ resulting in a(n) _________________ in the U.S. price level and a(n) ________________ in Real GDP.
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133.  Suppose that C = $700, I = $200, G = $200, NX = $100, and that the money supply is equal to $400.  Based upon these assumptions, velocity is equal to ________________.  If consumption and velocity both rise beyond their initial levels, then it follows that another component of spending ___________ necessarily fall.
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134.  Velocity is the average number of times a dollar is spent to buy
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135. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (1) and blank (2), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
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136. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (3) and blank (4), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
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137. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (5) and blank (6), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
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B.
C.
D.
138. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (7) and blank (8), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
A.
B.
C.
D.
139. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (9) and blank (10), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
A.
B.
C.
D.
140. 
Given Change in Economic Factor Real GDP Price Level
Increase in foreign real national income (1) (2)
Decrease in wage rates (3) (4)
Beneficial supply shock (5) (6)
Decrease in government purchases (7) (8)
Increase in personal income taxes (8) (10)
Decrease in labor productivity (11) (12)
Refer to Exhibit 8-2.  Based on the given change, what word (rises or falls) should go in blank (11) and blank (12), respectively, to summarize the resulting impact on short run equilibrium?
A.
B.
C.
D.
141.  When the economy is at its full employment Real GDP, the unemployment rate is equal to
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142.  If Real GDP is less than Natural Real GDP, the economy is in
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143.  If the SRAS curve intersects the AD curve to the left of Natural Real GDP, the economy is
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144.  If Real GDP is greater than Natural Real GDP, the economy is in a(n)
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145.  If the natural unemployment rate is 5 percent and the current unemployment rate is 6 percent, then the economy is
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146.  If the economy is in a recessionary gap,
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147.  Suppose the economy's short-run equilibrium point is to the left of the Natural Real GDP. Which of the following is true?
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148.  An inflationary gap exists when AD and SRAS
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149.  According to Say's law,
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150.  According to the classical theorists, it is impossible to have
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151.  According to classical economists, the relationship between the amount of funds firms plan to invest and the interest rate is
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D.
152.  According to classical economists, the relationship between the amount of funds households plan to save and the interest rate is
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D.
153.  According to Say's law, there can be
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D.
154.  Say's law says
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155.  Which of the following is not consistent with a self-regulating economy?
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156.   If the economy is self-regulating and in a recessionary gap,
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157.  If the economy is self-regulating and in an inflationary gap,
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158.  The natural rate of unemployment exists at
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