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In the concept of supply and Demand who provides the Supply? Category 1 – 10 points
What is businesses/producer?
What are tutoring, hair cuts, And coaching examples of? Category 1 – 20 points
What are services?
When a product becomes More expensive, the demand Is? Category 1 – 30 points
What is decreased?
How much of a good or service Producers will sell at a price is Reliant on ? Category 1 – 40 points
What is demand?
What typically results when The demand of product increases? Category 1 – 50 points
What is price and supply increase?
What is purpose of taxes? Category 2 – 10 points
What is the financial support of society with education, law enforcement, etc?
What kind of tax do you Pay when you buy a new Shirt? Category 2 – 20 points
What is sales tax?
What types of taxes might Be taken out of your paycheck? Category 2 – 30 points
What is federal and state taxes?
What is the purpose of Social Security tax? Category 2 – 40 points
What is a supplement for retired and disabled citizens?
If sales tax is ten percent, and A soda costs 90 cents, how much Do you have to pay to purchase the Soda? Category 2 – 50 points
What is 99 cents?
What does the term credit Mean? Category 3 – 10 points
What is entrust?
What is the popular Advantage to using credit Cards? Category 3 – 20 points
What is buy now and pay later?
What was a common problem Post civil war with southerners Using credit to rebuild the South? Category 3 – 30 points
What is Southerners took out several loans for necessities and luxury items. They were unable to make payments and banks closed so depositors lost their savings/
How does your credit score Impact your credit rating? Category 3 – 40 points
What is your payment history decides what interest rate you will have to repay the desired debt/loan?
If a person wants to maintain A good credit score, how should They pay debts? Category 3 – 50 points
What is make all payments on time; only use credit when necessary or affordable?
What is the purpose of Advertisements? Category 4 – 10 points
What is increase the demand of a product or service?
What two factors influence The demand for a good or Service? Category 4 – 20 points
What is consumer tastes & preferences and costs?
How can producers attempt To persuade the “cost effective” Consumer to purchase a less known Brand? Category 4 – 30 points
What is comparative substitute product?
Is milk and chocolate Syrup complements or Substitute? Category 4 – 40 points
What is complements?
What is the purpose of Slogans and logos? Category 4 – 50 points
What is create product recognition?
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