The Money Market, Supply & Demand

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Which of these is the most liquid?

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1. The need for money to buy and sell things qualifies as which of the following?

2. M1 consists of which of the following?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet will challenge your understanding of money. Quiz questions revolve around the different designations for the supply of money, the components demand for money, and the supply curve.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will cover the following:

  • What the supply curve looks like
  • What is included in M1 money
  • The need for money
  • What keeping money under a mattress is considered

Skills Practiced

Demonstrate the following skills with this quiz and worksheet:

  • Making connections - use your knowledge of demand to understand the need for money
  • Knowledge application - validate that you have acquired the appropriate knowledge about the money market to answer a question about the supply curve
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the type of money in which all of it can be spent

Additional Learning

Use the lesson entitled The Money Market, Supply & Demand to further examine supply and demand and the money market. This lesson will assist you in understanding:

  • Different types of demand
  • The meaning of interest rate
  • The Federal Reserve Bank
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