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Tax Evaluation- CHS 2018 Government Class
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by Rob Collins
| 18 Questions
Note from the author:
Learning check of evaluating tax types and the circular flow model
1
1 pt
The State of Michigan requires a $12 bicycle tax to be paid annually to help create a database of bicycles. STate the most likely intended consequence.

2
1 pt
The State of Michigan requires a $12 bicycle tax to be paid annually to help create a database of bicycles. State two likely unintended consequences.

3
1 pt
Sandusky, Ohio places a $10 per night tax on hotel rooms within the city. State the most likely intended consequence of this tax.
4
1 pt
Sandusky, Ohio places a $10 per night tax on hotel rooms within the city. State two likely unintended consequences of this tax.
5
1 pt
Which one describes the fairness of rich people paying more than poor people?
6
1 pt
Which one describes the match between payers and folks getting help from the revenue the taxes generate?
7
1 pt
Which one describes the match between payers and folks getting help from the revenue the taxes generate?
8
1 pt
A hunting license- Put a plus sign in blue on the one it's good at.
9
1 pt
A progressive federal income tax- Put a plus sign in blue on the one it's good at and a green frown on the one it's bad at.
10
1 pt
A tax credit on "smart" thermostats to lower energy usage.- Put a plus sign in blue on the one it's good at and a green frown on the one it's bad at.
11
1 pt
A cow and oxen tax of $20 per animal to lower methane levels in the air.- Put a plus sign in blue on the one it's good at and a green frown on the one it's bad at.
12
1 pt
The government passes a meat tax of $1 per person per day (with an exemption for any meatless day you have) to encourage evnironmental sustainability. List (with a bit of explanation) 1 intended consequence.

13
1 pt
The government passes a meat tax of $1 per person per day (with an exemption for any meatless day you have) to encourage evnironmental sustainability. List (with a bit of explanation) 2 unintended consequences.

14
1 pt
The government passes a meat tax of $1 per person per day (with an exemption for any meatless day you have) to encourage evnironmental sustainability. Write the evaluation part of the essay with the template on the board.

15
1 pt
Green Circle welfare payments like food stamps. Yellow Star a deposit into a savings account.
16
1 pt
Red Circle a new Air Force 1. Blue Star the Payment for Air Force 1 (Bonus points for a CLEVER answer)
17
1 pt
Yellow Circle your brainpower used if you're a doctor. Blue Star the land used by a farmer.
18
1 pt
Orange Circle your paycheck. Green Star the $ your bank "gives you" to buy a house.
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