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    Seven Pounds - Related Text HelP!

    ooh i did seven pounds too. I'll pm u my paragraph on seven pounds when i get home tonight
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    why cant 15 be C Cuase if government borrows from overseas then dont they pay interest which comes from net income component of CAD
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    But Labour force got smaller. Unemployment rate is unemployed/labour force hence unemployment rate increased im probably wrong as no one seems to support me :(
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    Section II - Short Answer

    decrease in supply i.e AS shifts to left
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    General Thoughts: Economics

    u times the cpi thingo with the percentage weighting thing i dnt think its in a textbook so i think mainly the mathematicians got it right i got housing what was non-discretionary and discretionary parts of that budget :S
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    Thats pretty much what i was saying. i.e 19 is B unemployment rate would be higher
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    Labour force decreases but unemployed doesnt change cause the people retrenched are not actively seeking work and thus not in the unemployment figure. Hence unemployed stays same but labour force decreases Unemployment rate= unemployed/labour force henceeeeeee unemployment rate would...
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    General Thoughts: Economics

    Unemployment rate does change because the labour force changed
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    someone explain why 19 is A and not B
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    u r wrong yay :d
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    General Thoughts: Economics

    LOl yeh 12.c is right i didnt know if a higher hdi was good or bad :( um yeh 19 i had problems with, but the level of unemployment would be the same and the labour force would be smaller. Thus unemployment rate would be higher . for instance 1/3 < 1/2 is u/e rate unemployed /labour force...
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    Section II - Short Answer

    I dont think you can say it was due to rise in interest rates.. I just said that borrowers would benefit as they are paying less interest on the loans that what they are really worth. Yeh my explanation is just as bad in the exam as it is here :(
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    Section I - Multiple Choice

    Got pretty much same as you but wrote 12.D cause i didnt know if a higher HDI was better or worse. got 15.C wouldnt CAD rise
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    Sections III, IV - Extended Response

    did macro/micro :D 12-micro 10-macro
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