posted by MysterySaga .
How does inflation Primarily differ from deflation?
A)Inflation tracks keep changing prices but deflation does not.
B)Inflation relates to rising rather than falling pieces.
C)Inflation happens only when the money supply is too small.
D)Inflation occurs much less often than deflation does.
Please someone help me, it would also be a huge help if you would give me the rest of the answers to the test? I really love all the help I can get. This is for Lesson 5 Productivity and Growth. Social studies 8 b, Unit 5 building on Economic Basics. Thank you.
Obviously you have not checked your text or a dictionary.
If you post this again or anyone gives you the answers, you'll be banned from posting here.
Stfu Ms. Sue, you cant ban anyone
Jayce -- see what happens when you post a new question.
its B obviously