Find an article that relates to what we have covered in this class, like the article about prices in the car markt. Note longer articles tend to work out better.

1. Find an article that relates to what we have covered in this class, like the article about prices in the car markt. Note longer articles tend to work out better. A copy of this article must be attached to your paper when it is handed in. This is the starting point for your paper. 2. Use this article to write a paper that is 2-4 pages long. The paper must be double-spaced, have approximately 1 inch margins, and use a 10 or 12 font. The first part of your paper should be a brief summary of the article. The bulk of this paper should include an explanation of this article relates to the class. You will want to explain how this article relates to class/text. Be sure to include the latter chapters of the text, which we have recently covered. Any applicable graphs (or other diagrams) need to be included here. The last part should be how all this relates to the real life (or the rest of the world). Here is link to article you can base it off of- https://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0511/how-gas-prices-affect-the-economy.aspx (Course Objectives This course will provide an introduction to the principles of macroeconomics. This course is designed to acquaint the student with the organization and function of the American economic system. Other important topics to be covered include discussion of money and banking, national income, public finance and an analysis of income determination, and the use of monetary and fiscal measures of stabilizing the economy. We will consider the basic tools of economic theory used to study markets, consumer behavior, the behavior of firms and the overall economy. We will examine how markets work and how supply and demand interact to determine prices. We will also study the role of the government in market activity. The economic tools that we will acquire in this course are applied by managers in the business sector, policy makers in the government sector, and economic researchers in the academic arena. Students successfully completing this course should leave with an understanding of these basic economic principles, their applicability to real world situations, and be able to think critically about them. )