Quiz 10

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A large increase in the number of fast-food restaurants in a community is most likely to result in:

A person who starts a business to produce a new product in the marketplace is known as:

An increase from 5% to 8% in the interest rates charged by banks would most likely encourage:

For most people, the largest portion of their personal income comes from:

If the real gross domestic product of the United States has increased, but the production of goods has remained the same, then the production of services has:

If the price of beef doubled and the price of poultry stayed the same, people would most likely buy:

If the United States stopped importing automobiles from Country X, who would be most likely to benefit?

If your city government sets a maximum amount landlords can charge in rent, what is the most likely result?

In the United States, who determines what goods and services should be produced?

Mexico grows fruits and vegetables and Argentina produces beef. If Mexico voluntarily trades fruits and vegetables in exchange for Argentinean beef, then:

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