Create multiple choice questions and detailed rationals based on content covered

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Create multiple choice questions and detailed rationals based on content covered in lecture archives or in the eText.
write 20 question like below
Each question and rationale set must include:
One Question Stem:
Three Plausible Multiple Choice Answers (One correct and two incorrect)
Rationales for each answer choice provided (the correct answer should state why that choice is correct, incorrect answers why those choices are incorrect)
Where in the eText or Archive did you base your question on?
Please only write one question per eText chapter or class archive.
Please DO NOT write true/false, all of the above or none of the above style questions.
Please use the Moodle text editor to submit your question sets. It makes grading a ton easier than word or PDF docs.
Here are some examples of well written questions and rationales
1. What is the real rate of return for an investor earning an 8% nominal rate when CPI measures 5% over the same time period?
a. 8%
b. 3%
c. 2.857%
Rationale
A is incorrect, 8% is the nominal rate
B is incorrect, 3% is close, but not the actual real return
C is correct. (1.08) / (1.05) = 1.02857 – 1 = 0.02857
2. Which of the following describes extremely high inflation rates during periods where consumers lose faith in a currency or government?
a. Walking Inflation
b. Stagflation
c. Hyperinflation
Rationale
A is incorrect. Walking inflation is a 3-10% inflation rate.
B is incorrect. Stagflation is a prolonged period of low real GDP growth and high price increases.
C is correct! The question describes Hyperinflation.
3. Heather enjoys travelling to see friends and family. She spent $3,000 five years ago on travel and is very excited to resume visits to friends and family following the recent pandemic. Travel costs inflated at 5% annually over that time. How much will Heather need to plan on spending on travel to take as many trips as she did five years ago?
a. $3,472
b. $3,000
c. $2,870
Rationale
A is correct! Heather will need to solve for her new travel costs where Present Value is $3,000; Number of periods if 5; interest rate is 0.05 and payments are 0. Finding a future value of $3,472.
B is incorrect. Heather will need to spend more to plan on the same number of trips.
C is incorrect. Heather will need to spend more to plan on the same number of trips.
4. Which of the following are most harmed by persistent high inflation rates?
a. High income families with no children
b. Middle class families with salaried jobs
c. Retirees living on a fixed income
Rationale
A is incorrect. High income families often experience higher wage growth than lower income families.
B is incorrect. Salaried jobs often experience higher wage growth than hourly jobs.
C is correct! Retirees with fixed incomes may not experience real cost of living adjustments, and will not be able to purchase the same level of medicine, food, apparel and goods and services as they could prior to higher inflation.
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