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mfurness123 mfurness123
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In Great Britain, Rachel and Troy are classified in social class II. If they lived in the United States, how would their social class change?
 
  a) They would not be classified.
   b) They would be upper class.
   c) They were be working class.
   d) They would be social class III.

Ques. 2

Morgan and Brian have been married 10 years and recently separated. If she is typical, what she telling friends is the reason for the divorce?
 
  a) We just grew apart.
   b) I don't need him.
   c) We got married too young.
   d) Our low income caused financial strain and conflict.

Ques. 3

If the refined divorce rate between 2005 and 2011 continues at the same rate to 2020, what will the refined divorce rate be?
 
  a) 35
   b) 22
   c) 55
   d) 100

Ques. 4

What is the relationship between a college degree and socioeconomic status in the United States?
 
  a) Middle-class occupations often require a college degree.
   b) Working-class occupations often require a college degree.
   c) A college degree is not a factor in entering the upper-middle-class.
   d) A college degree is not a factor in socioeconomic status.

Ques. 5

Abby and her husband married in 1820 and had 4 children fairly quickly. In 1840, her husband, David moved to the city to find work at a new factory. A year later, Abby was working at a boarding house and saloon.
 
  Which is the most likely conclusion? a) David abandoned them.
   b) David filed for divorce.
   c) Abby filed for divorce.
   d) Abby had asked David to move out.

Ques. 6

Which conclusion can be made about the effectiveness of the EITC on poverty?
 
  a) The boost in income helps poor families, but up to 20 percent of those eligible may not claim their credit.
   b) The monthly assistance helps families by their basic needs, but 10 percent do not apply.
   c) The EITC has had no effect on poverty and has not shown to help in transition from welfare to work.
   d) The EITC is credited with being the program that lowered the poverty rate during the mid 2000s.
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mfurness123 Author
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4 years ago
I know this sounds cliche, but I was thinking the same thing for each of these. Thanks for confirming Slight Smile
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4 years ago
I'm sure Wink Face Thanks for your honesty
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