(ii) Monetary and fiscal policies advocated by
Keynesians to eliminate the recession.
(B) Explain how monetarists and Keynesians differ in their conclusions about the effects of crowding out asso-ciated with the stabilization policies outlined in Part (a).
Free Response question:
The eighteenth-century British novelist Laurence Sterne
wrote, “No body, but he who has felt it, can conceive what a
plaguing thing it is to have a man’s mind torn asunder by two
projects of equal strength, both obstinately pulling in a con-trary
direction at the same time.”
From a novel or play choose a character (not necessarily
the protagonist) whose mind is pulled in conflicting directions
by two compelling desires, ambitions, obligations, or influ-ences.
Then, in a well-organized essay, identify each of the two
conflicting forces and explain how this conflict within one
character illuminates the meaning of the work as a whole. You
may use one of the novels or plays listed below or another
novel or play of similar literary quality.
United States History
Analyze the degree to which the Articles of Confederation
provided an effective form of government with respect to any
TWO of the following.
Multiple choice:(A) Delivery of a formal diplomatic protest to Hanoi.
Accounts of North Vietnamese torpedo-boat attacks on
United States destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin during the
summer of 1964 were used to justify which of the following
United States actions in Vietnam?
(B) Discontinuation of American naval involvement.
(C) Escalation of the American war effort.
(D) Withdrawal of all American military advisers.
(E) Introduction of the Vietnamization program.
Correct answer: C
Percent correct: 79%
The goals of educational reformers in the antebellum years
included all of the following EXCEPT(A) compulsory school-attendance laws.
(B) the use of state and local tax money to finance public
(C) the establishment of teacher-training schools.
(D) a standardized length for the school year.
(E) federal financing of secondary education.
Correct answer: E
Percent correct: 27%
If the base b of a triangle is increasing at a rate of 3 inches
per minute while its height h is decreasing at a rate of 3
inches per minute, which of the following must be true about
the area A of the triangle?
(A) A is always increasing.
(B) A is always decreasing.
(C) A is decreasing only when b < h.
(D) A is decreasing only when b > h.
(E) A remains constant.
Correct answer: A
Percent correct: 32%
If f (x) = sin (e-x ), then f’(x) =(A) -cos(e-x )
(B) cos(e-x ) + e-x
(C) cos (e-x) - e-x
(D) e-x cos(e-x)
(E) -e-x cos(e-x )
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