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econ, week one, econ 101

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econ, week one, econ 101 Econ 1000

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Date Created: 08/18/16
Food Stamped – Questions Owen Pence 1) How many children are overweight in America today? a. 1 in 5 b. 1 in 2  c. 1 in 3 d. All of them. 2) In recent years, prices of processed food have dropped ___ percent, while prices of  produce have _____________ _____ percent. a. 20 percent; dropped 10 percent b. 2 percent; risen 20 percent c. 20 percent; risen 20 percent d. 2 percent; dropped 20 percent 3) What is one ground rule the documentary makers set when they decided to take the  food stamp challenge? Stick to the challenge  4) How much did the couple spend (on average) per meal? Around 200 5) What is “The Dirty Dozen?” Ranking of the fruits with the most pesticide residue 6) True or false: Food Stamps can be used to buy seeds. 7) What does S.A.D. stand for? a. Standard American Diet b. Sad American Dieters c. Sustainable Agriculture Department d. Supplemental Assistance Delivery 8) What are the “Big Five” subsidized commodity crops?   List them. wheat, rice, soybeans, cotton and corn 9) What is the largest demographic of food stamp recipients? White people 10) What is the Electronic Benefits Transfer system? An electronic system that allows  state welfare departments to issue benefits with a magnetically encoded payment  card and this is used in the U.S.


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