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The Lorenz curve is best used to measure the distribution of income.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

QUESTION 2

The crowding in of private investment is more likely to occur, when _____.
 a. there is a depreciation of domestic currency
 b. interest rates increase significantly
 c. a contractionary gap exists in an economy
 d. the deficits lower expectations about economic growth
  e. an expansionary gap exists in an economy

QUESTION 3

Which of the following periods was not characterized by inflation in the U.S. economic history?
 a. 19171920
  b. 19291933
  c. 1947
 d. 19781980
  e. 19801989

QUESTION 4

The Lorenz curve represents the distribution of non-cash benefits.
 a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

QUESTION 5

If an increase in the federal deficit stimulates an economy, _____.
 a. an expansionary gap exists in the economy
 b. the crowding in of private investment takes place
 c. the crowding out of private investment offsets crowding in of private investment
  d. the crowding out and crowding in of private investment cancels each other out
  e. interest rates increase significantly
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[Answer to ques. #1]  TRUE

[Answer to ques. #2]  c

[Answer to ques. #3]  b

[Answer to ques. #4]  FALSE

[Answer to ques. #5]  b
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