Wages, interest, and dividends flow out of ________ and into ________. A househo

Wages, interest, and dividends flow out of ________ and into ________.
A
households; government
B
households; firms
C
firms; households
D
firms; government
Suppose an economy has historically grown at a rate of 1.25%. Economic activity decreased every quarter over the past year, but the decline stopped this quarter. The economy is expected to grow at a rate of 1.4% in the near future, but monetary authorities are concerned that inflation may increase. Currently, this economy is probably in the _____ stage of the business cycle.AtroughBexpansionCrecoverydcontractionQuestion 3 (12 points)Identify the choice that best answers the question below.The local Chevrolet dealership has an increase in inventory of 25 cars in 2006. In 2007, it sells all 25 cars. Which of the following statements is correct?Question 3 options:AThe value of the cars in inventory will not affect 2006 GDP, and the value of the cars sold in 2007 will not increase 2007 GDP.BThe value of the cars in inventory will not affect 2006 GDP, and the value of the cars sold in 2007 will increase 2007 GDP.CThe value of the cars in inventory will be counted as part of 2006 GDP, and the value of the cars sold in 2007 will not increase 2007 GDP.dThe value of the cars in inventory will be counted as part of 2006 GDP, and the value of the cars sold in 2007 will increase 2007 GDP.Question 4 (10 points)As an analyst at the U.S. Treasury you have received the following report, which reflects the data on main components of GDP using Expenditure Approach.Estimate Net Export as a percent of GDP from the report below:
Category
Percentage of GDP (%)
Personal consumption expenditures (C)
72
Gross private domestic investment (Ia)
14
Government consumption and gross investment (G)
18
Net Export (NX)
GDP
Question 4 options:A3B-3C4D-4Question 5 (8 points)If no foreign companies produce in a country, but many of the country’s companies produce abroad, thenQuestion 5 options:Athe country’s GDP will tend to be equal to its domestic income.Bthe country’s GNP and GDP will tend to be equal.Cthe country’s GNP will tend to exceed its GDP.Dthe country’s GDP will tend to exceed its GNP.Question 6 (8 points)GDP minus final sales gives a measure of theQuestion 6 options:AGNP.Bnon-residential investment.Cvalue of intermediate goods.Dchange in business inventories.Question 7 (8 points)When calculating GDP, ________ are added and ________ are subtracted.Question 7 options:Aimports; exportsBimports; net exportsCexports; importsDexports; net exportsQuestion 8 (12 points)According to Table 1 below, choose the answer that most accurately estimates GDP Deflator (2018) (round to two decimal points):Table 1.201820192020Nominal GDP (billions of $)6,20010,248Real GDP (billions of $)6,8008,680GDP Deflator94.21118.41Recall the formula: Real = Nominal × (Base Year Index ÷ Current Year Index)Question 8 options:A91.18B$6,655C90.12D$6,177Question 9 (12 points)Identify the choice that best answers the question below.The consumption component of GDP includes spending on __________Question 9 options:Adurable goods, nondurable goods, and servicesBdurable goods and services, but not spending on nondurable goodsCnondurable goods and services, but not spending on durable goodsDdurable goods and nondurable goods, but not spending on servicesQuestion 10 (10 points)Which item would be included in the GDP accounts?Question 10 options:Apersonal time spent learning how to use accounting softwareBcaring for your aged grandmother at homeCpersonally rotating the tires on your neighbor’s carDpaying a $70 consultation fee over the phone with a doctor
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