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Module 6 Quiz

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Question #1
A  the unemployment rate is high and price levels are stable.
B  the unemployment rate is low and prices levels are rising.
C  he unemployment rate is at the natural rate and price levels are lowering
Question #2
A  real GDP decreases
B  price level in an economy rises
C  price level in an economy falls
Question #3
A  the economy is in recession.
B  potential GDP is being exceeded.
C  potential GDP is being met.
Question #4
A  actual GDP falls below potential real GDP in the equilibrium of the AD and short-run AS curves.
B  aggregate supply increases.
C  the economy is not at a short run equilibrium in the AS-AD model.
Question #6
A  aggregate GDP
B  potential GDP
C  macroeconomic equilibrium
Question #7
A  gradually shift to the right in the long run.
B  shift to the right in the long run AD curve.
C  gradually shift to the left in the long run.
Question #8
A  economy is producing at its potential GDP.
B  price level is not stable.
C  economy is experiencing unemployment.
Question #9
A  government spending
B  net exports
C  consumption
Question #10
A  Congress can pass tax cuts.
B  Government can decrease its spending.
C  The Federal Reserve can increase interest rates.
Question #11
A  Aggregate supply is shown on the horizontal axis and aggregate demand is show on the vertical axis.
B  Real GDP is shown on the horizontal axis and price level is shown on the vertical axis.
C  Real GDP is shown on the vertical axis and the price level is shown on the horizontal axis.
Question #12
A  production inputs.
B  loss of consumer confidence.
C  technological innovation.
Question #13
A  Aggregate demand is show on the vertical axis and aggregate supply is shown on the horizontal axis.
B  Price level is shown on the vertical axis and real GDP is shown on the horizontal axis.
C  Real GDP is shown on the vertical axis and the price level is shown on the horizontal axis.
Question #14
A  three goals of economic policy which are economic growth, high inflation, and full employment.
B  expansion and contractions in individual markets.
C  shifts in real GDP and the price level.
Question #15
A  relatively flat; remain flat
B  relatively steep; relatively flat
C  relatively steep; remain steep
Question #16
A  a recession in the economy.
B  a decrease in cyclical unemployment.
C  an expansion in the economy.
Question #17
A  interest rates
B  industry
C  investment spending
Question #18
A  increase firm borrowing and investment spending.
B  reduce consumer borrowing and consumption spending.
C  increase consumer borrowing and saving.
Question #19
A  By depicting how much the AD curve has moved past potential or full employment.
B  Showing how close the economy is to potential or full employment level of GDP.
C  By depicting the duration of the recession on the diagram.