Math Algerbra
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1. A cashier gives on person a 5$ bill and 15 1$ bills in exchange for a $20 bill. He gives a second person a $10 bill, a $5 bill, and five $1 bills in exchange for$20 bill. Which characteristic of money does this illustrate?
1.Durability
2.portability
3.divisibility
4.uniformity
2. How does inflation primarily differ from deflation?
1.Inflation tracks changing prices but deflation does not.
2.Inflation relates to rising rather than falling prices.
3.Inflation happens only when the money supply is too small.
4. INflation occurs much lessoften than deflation does
3.What is an interest rate?
1.a loan add on
2. a required bank free
3. a service provided by a retail store
4. a special type of price.
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