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Match the correct term with the definition. A decrease in purchasing power A. Debt B. Gains C. Depreciation D. Gains

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I think that a decrease in purchasing power would be debt. I'm a little confused, because there are two things with the letter A, and there are two choices that are "Gains." But yeah, debt is where something is owed to another person or group. And if we owe a debt in terms of money, it limits how much we can afford to buy. This is more of a business question, than a health science question. There are sections for both Business Skills and Economics, so you're welcome to post these questions over there, and see how those people can help you.
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