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Econ Test 3-12

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1.     28.   Because money __________________, people are _________________ likely to specialize their work in a money economy.
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2.     99.   The potential buyer of a house has less information about the house than the seller of the house. This is a case of
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3.  To an economist, money is a synonym for which of the following?
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4.     13.   In the Yap civilization of the South Pacific prior to 1920, large, heavy stones in the shape of a wheel were used as money. Which function of money was probably least served by this form of money?
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5.     23.   In a barter economy, people are _________ to specialize in the production of one good or service, compared to in a money economy.
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6.     40.   Reserves held beyond the required amount are called __________ reserves.
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7.     37.   Ninth National Bank holds $150,000,000 in checkable deposits and $12,000,000 in total reserves. With a required reserve ratio of 8 percent, how much in excess reserves is Ninth National holding?
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8.     33.   Total bank reserves equal
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9.     18.   M1 is comprised of currency held outside banks + traveler’s checks + __________.
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10.     32.   Fractional reserve banking is a term used to describe a banking system whereby
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11.  If peanuts were widely accepted for purposes of exchange, then
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12.  In which situation are transaction costs most likely to be the lowest?
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13.     76.   Consider the following data: currency (held outside banks) = $354 billion, checkable deposits = $250 billion, traveler's checks = $4 billion, small-denomination time deposits = $200 billion, savings deposits = $100 billion, retail money market mutual funds = $160 billion. M1 equals __________ billion and M2 equals __________ billion.
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14.     31.   In the history of banking, warehouse receipts refer to receipts
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15.  A unit of account is
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16.     38.   Tenth National Bank holds $235,000,000 in checkable deposits and $25,500,000 in reserves. With a required reserve ratio of 10 percent, how much in excess reserves is Tenth National holding?
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17.     25.   According to the text, L. Frank Baum, the author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, blamed ____________________ for the economic depression of 1893 and the related hardships faced by farmers and workers.
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18.     50.   The unit of account function of money refers to the
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19.     17.   Your neighbor has knowledge of economics and you would like her to share it with you. You own a car, a CD player and a new pair of running shoes. You wish to make a trade, but the neighbor does not want what you have. The problem can be stated as follows: You are not satisfying the
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20.     14.   Money evolved out of the self-interested actions of
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21.     30.   According to the text, in the book version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy's slippers are
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22.     35.   If checkable deposits in Bank A total $100 million and the required reserve ratio is 9 percent, then required reserves at Bank A equal
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23.     79.   Banks in the United States operate under a fractional reserve system, which means they must maintain only a fraction of their deposits in the form of
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24.     41.   Bank A has deposits of $8,000 and total reserves of $2,000. If the required reserve ratio is 0.15, the bank has required reserves of
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25.     20.   Which of the following statements is true?
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26.   Which of the following illustrates a barter transaction?
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27.     29.   Accordidng to the text, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is alleged to be a story about
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28.     24.   M2 is comprised of
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29.     45.   When a bank makes a loan to one of its customers, to the bank the loan is classified as
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30.     43.   A bank has $10 million in checkable deposits and $2.5 million in reserves. If the required reserve ratio is 10 percent, then the bank has
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31.  Barter is
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32.     27.   The first bankers were
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33.  Money's basic advantage as compared to barter is that
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34.     15.   Compared to barter, money __________ transaction costs, making transactions __________ time-consuming.
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35.     44.   Bank A holds $1 million in required reserves and the required reserve ratio is 9 percent. It follows that Bank A holds checkable deposit liabilities that total approximately
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36.     12.   According to the text, the good that emerged as money in World War II POW camps was
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37.     56.   Money is defined by economists as
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38.     46.   A bank has $10,000 in excess reserves and the required reserve ratio is 20 percent. This means the bank could have __________ in checkable deposit liabilities and __________ in reserves.
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39.     10.   If a person uses money to buy a pair of shoes, money is functioning as
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40.     52.   M2 includes M1 plus all of the following except
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41.  Transaction costs are best defined as the
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42.     78.   Bank deposits at the Federal Reserve = $40 billion, vault cash = $2 billion, required reserve ratio = 0.10, and total checkable deposits = $400 billion. It follows that required reserves equal __________ billion, (total) reserves equal __________ billion and excess reserves equal __________ billion.
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43.     95.   If reserves equal $59 million and vault cash equals $29 million, it follows that
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44.     19.   Historically, which of the following goods have evolved into money?
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45.     47.   Which of the following is true?
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46.     16.   The requirement of a "double coincidence of wants" is the chief __________ of the __________ exchange system.
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47.     96.   If excess reserves are $10 million, (total) reserves are $14 million, and the required reserve ratio is 10%, then required reserves equal ________________ and checkable deposits equal ____________________.
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48.  Which of the following is a correct listing of money's functions?
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49.     21.   A "money market deposit account" is a(n)
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50.     26.   A savings account functions as
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51.     59.   The M2 money supply
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52.     22.   A savings deposit is a type of
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53.     34.   Required reserves are the amount of
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54.     51.   The store of value function of money refers to the ability of money to
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55.     39.   The amount of required reserves a bank holds depends on the
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56.     42.   Bank A has deposits of $200,000 and reserves of $24,000. If the required reserve ratio is 11 percent, the bank has excess reserves of
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57.     93.   A bank has $50,000 in excess reserves and the required reserve ratio is 10 percent. This means the bank could have __________ in checkable deposit liabilities and __________ in (total) reserves.
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