5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- The amount a country spends on education
- level of lifestyle. Shows wealth, material goods, services, necessities, and relative level of comfort that a population has.
- wealth and resources of a country in relation to production and consumption of goods and services.
- spending of money.
4 True/False questions
Gross Domestic Product → percent of the population in a country that is without a job.
Inflation rate → percentage change in the price of goods and services over the course of one year. Generally, as the price of goods rise, the buying power of money falls. This means that goods cost more as time goes on.
Exports → total amount of goods and services brought to a country from another country for sale.
Imports → total amount of goods and services brought to a country from another country for sale.