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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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Agribusiness. What is agribusiness? Sector of the industry that combines agricultural production and business decisions. Important to farmers because.
Demand. A market is any place people come to buy and sell goods and services. A market has two sides: a buying (demand) side and a selling (supply) side.
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Credit Fundamentals Chapter Using Credit Two parties involved: 1.Debtor – Anyone who buys on credit or receives a loan 2.Creditor – The one who.
Demand and Supply Demand and Supply DEMAND Chapter 4.
Credit is the privilege of using someone else’s money for a period of time and is accepted as a substitute for cash Creditor is any person/ business that.
Financial Management Jonathan Banks. 1. Get Paid What You're Worth and Spend Less Than You Earn 1. Get Paid What You're Worth and Spend Less Than You.
UNIT II Markets and Prices. Law of Demand Consumers buy more of a good when its price decreases and less when its price increases.
Your Role as a Consumer. Disposable and Discretionary Income Disposable – Income a person has left after all taxes have been paid – Used to buy necessities.
Unit Home Ownership Learning Objectives: Understand the three requirements to buy a home How to calculate debt-to-income ratios Realize how home.
3.02Interpret the theory of supply and demand. Supply vs. Demand Supply- the amount Producers are willing and able to produce and sell. Supply- the amount.
Lesson 4 Dealing with the Great Depression and Beyond ●By 1930, business activity had slowed. ●Sales had fallen ●Unemployment was rising ●Many business.
Let Lenders and Borrowers Be Econ and Me. Financial Intermediaries What are financial intermediaries? What are financial intermediaries? They bring savers.
Schedule An organized written plan to help reach your goals within a certain period of time.
Which segment letter represents a recessionary period? XX Which segment letter represents a trough? YY.
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More income results in more demand for new cars; less demand for used cars Less income results in more demand for used cars; less demand for new cars.
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Demand Economics – Chapter 3. Demand The amount of a good or service that a consumer is willing and able to buy at various possible prices during a.
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