10 out of 100?

11: In the United States, the Federal Reserve can only directly set the discount rate; it engages in open market operations to alter the federal funds rate.
True
False
.
.


12: The United States is often described as a "command" economy.
True
False
.
.


13: When products become more expensive over time, deflation is occurring.
True
False
.
.


14: Profit is also known as net income.
True
False
.
.


15: A currency board is a monetary authority which is required to maintain an exchange rate with a foreign currency.
True
False
.
.


16: Wholesale is the purchase of individual items at a higher price, whereas retail is the purchase of large quantities of goods at a lower price.
True
False
.
.


17: The gold standard is a monetary system in which the standard economic unit of account is a fixed weight of gold.
True
False
.
.


18: Monetary policy is the economic term which describes the actions of a government in setting the level of public expenditure and how that expenditure is funded. It contrasts with fiscal policy, which describes the policies about the supply of money to the economy.
True
False
.
.


19: In 1997, the wealthiest one-fifth of American families accounted for 47.2 percent of the nation's income.
True
False
.
.


20: The antitrust law seeks to strengthen market forces so that direct regulation is unnecessary.
True
False
.
Answer 4

Answer:
I've done quite enough of your homework... get to work on choosing best answers for your questions then maybe someone will be interested in helping you out. If you keep this up in this section you'll likely find yourself banned and then you'll be stuck doing it yourself. I am quite happy that you are out of points... thankfully we can get to something else.
This forum is not a good way to get people to do your homework. In my view, you would have better success in getting help, if you asked specific questions about things that you don't understand.
10 out of 100?
11: In the United States, the Federal Reserve can only directly set the discount rate; it engages in open market operations to alter the federal funds rate.
False
12: The United States is often described as a "command" economy.
False .
13 When products become more expensive over time, deflation is occurring.
False
14: Profit is also known as net income.
True
15: A currency board is a monetary authority which is required to maintain an exchange rate with a foreign currency.
True
16: Wholesale is the purchase of individual items at a higher price, whereas retail is the purchase of large quantities of goods at a lower price.
False
. 17: The gold standard is a monetary system in which the standard economic unit of account is a fixed weight of gold.
True
18: Monetary policy is the economic term which describes the actions of a government in setting the level of public expenditure and how that expenditure is funded. It contrasts with fiscal policy, which describes the policies about the supply of money to the economy.
False
19: In 1997, the wealthiest one-fifth of American families accounted for 47.2 percent of the nation's income.
True
20: The antitrust law seeks to strengthen market forces so that direct regulation is unnecessary.
True

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