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Quiz 6 ECON 2030

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Quiz 6 ECON 2030 ECON 2030 - 2

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My submission to the 6th Quiz for ECON 2030 with Alessandrini
Principles of Macroeconomics
Diana Alessandrini
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Date Created: 10/07/16
QUIZ 6 Due Oct 7 at 6pm  Points 100  uestions 11  vailable Oct 3 at 12am ­ Oct 7 at 6pm  5 days Time Limit None Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1  4 minutes 82.67 out of 100   Correct answers will be available on Oct 7 at 6:01pm. Score for this qui82.67  out of 100 Submitted Oct 7 at 1:42pm This attempt took 4 minutes.   10 / 10 pts Question 1 Use the information in the table to answer the following questions.  Loanable funds Loanable funds  Real interest rate demanded supplied (percent per year) (trillions of 2009 dollars) 4 8 5 5 7.5 5.5 6 7 6 7 6.5 6.5 8 6 7 9 5.5 7.5 10 5 8   If the government budget is balanced, in equilibrium aggregate investment equals $ 6.5 trillion, public saving equals $  [ Select ]  trillion and the real interest rate is [ Select ]  . If the government runs a deficit of $1 trillion, aggregate investment in equilibrium equals $ [ Select ]  trillion, private saving equals $ [ Select ]  trillion, national saving equals $ 6 trillion and the interest rate is 8 . Answer 1: 6.5  Answer 2: 6.5  Answer 3: 7  Answer 4: 6  Answer 5: 7  Answer 6: 6  Answer 7: 8  Question 2 10 / 10 pts Crowding out tends to increase private saving, increase the real interest rate, decrease investment. Answer 1: increase  Answer 2: increase  Answer 3: decrease    Question 3 10 / 10 pts You pay $20 for a meal at a restaurant. This is an example of money serving as a medium of exchange. . Sarah has $1000 in her bank account. This is an example of money serving as a store of value .   A $25,000 price tag on a new car is an example of money used as unit of account . Answer 1: a medium of exchange.  Answer 2: a store of value  Answer 3: unit of account  Partial Question 4 6.67 / 10 pts When calculating the stock of money in the economy, checking deposits are included, checks in the checkbook are not included, credit cards are included. Answer 1: are  Answer 2: are not  Answer 3: are    5 / 5 pts Question 5 The Federal Reserve does NOT do which of the following?   Supervise commercial banks.    Lend money to the public.    Issue bank notes (i.e. paper bills).    Conduct monetary policy.    10 / 10 pts Question 6 Year 2014 Year 2015 MONEY SUPPLY 1,500 1,550 REAL GDP 12,000 12,000   The table above provides information about a hypothetical economy in years 2014 and 2015. According to the quantity theory of money, the inflation rate in 2015 should be ____%. Enter your answer below, round your response to two decimal places. 3.3300 Question 7 5 / 5 pts Liabilities of a commercial bank include    notes and coins in the bank's vault     loans to other banks     a deposit account at the Fed     the value of its depositors' accounts    the bank's stock holdings    10 / 10 pts Question 8 An open market purchase of securities by the Fed increases commercial banks' reserves and decreases commercial banks' securities. Answer 1: increases  Answer 2: decreases  10 / 10 pts Question 9 For a commercial bank, the term "reserves" refers to   a banker's concern ("reservation") in making loans to an individual without a job.    the profit that the bank retains at the end of the year.    its deposits at the Federal Reserve.    the net interest that it earns on loans.    Incorrect Question 10 0 / 10 pts If the Central Bank wants to increase the stock of money in the economy, it can   increase the number of commercial banks    issue government bonds    implement an open market sale    purchase government bonds from commercial banks    6 / 10 pts Partial Question 11 Read chapter 8 of the textbook before answering this question. The desired reserve ratio is the fraction of deposits that banks are required to hold by law The discount rate is the interest rate paid by commercial banks to borrow money from the Fed The required reserve ratio is the fraction of deposits that banks want to keep     If the reserve ratio is less than 1, the economy has a(n) fractional reserve banking system. If the reserve ratio equals 1, the economy has a(n) 100% reserve banking system.   Answer 1: the fraction of deposits that banks are required to hold by law  Answer 2: the interest rate paid by commercial banks to borrow money from the Fed  Answer 3: the fraction of deposits that banks want to keep  Answer 4: fractional  Answer 5: 100%  Quiz Score: 82.67  out of 100


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