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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Economics Questions

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Grade 10 :: Economics by CaryBloomquist
A law describing the relationship between an items availability and its value is a definition of
  1. developed nation
  2. supply and demand
  3. Tragedy of the Commons
  4. renewable resource
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
Obtaining cash form an ATM is similar to:
  1. writing a check
  2. making a new deposit
  3. opening a new account
  4. earning interest on your account
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
The steady decline in the resale value of any vehicle that you buy.
  1. Depreciation
  2. Cost of the loan
  3. Credit score
  4. APR
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
The amount of money you pay upfront for a car.
  1. Monthly payment
  2. APR
  3. Down payment
  4. Premium
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
A                 is used to add funds to a bank account.
  1. Check
  2. Deposit slip
  3. signature card
  4. withdrawal slip
Grade 10 :: Economics by CaryBloomquist
This is characterized by high population growth rate, low energy use, and very low personal wealth.
  1. developed nation
  2. developing nation
  3. supply and demand
  4. ecological footprint
Grade 10 :: Economics by CaryBloomquist
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
Covers bodily injury or property damage that YOU cause to another person and/or vehicle.
  1. Collision & Comprehensive Insurance
  2. Gap Insurance
  3. Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Insurance
  4. Liability Insurance
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
The amount of money you pay for your insurance policy.
  1. APR
  2. Premium
  3. Credit Score
  4. Extended Warranty
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
                    refers to a way of living that is usual for a person in a country.
  1. Standard of living
  2. Family planning
  3. Carry capacity
  4. Sustainable harvest
Grade 10 :: Economics by CaryBloomquist
A cost-benefit analysis balances the cost of an action against
  1. those who benefit from the action.
  2. those who perform the analysis.
  3. what consumers and taxpayers are willing to pay.
  4. the benefits one expects to receive
Grade 10 :: Economics by SheilaH
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