It is running a surplus
Budget deficit / Fiscal deficit
At the start of the year, every government prepares a budget e.g. all sources of revenue (direct taxes, indirect taxes, aids etc) and projected expenses are also mentioned (development of society, defense etc.).
When a government spends more than its revenue from taxes so it means that government is running a budget deficit or a fiscal deficit which are covered through fiscal measures by government e.g. increasing taxes or reducing public spending.
II. The Federal Government spends more than it collects in taxes in a given year.
A federal budget deficit is when government spending exceeds income from taxes.
I hope my answer helps you
IRS doesn't have the authority use Federal Budget , which mean they can't get their spending from taxes, this rule out option I
the amount Taxes is depended on how much income a company or a person has, not their employment status, so option III is ruled out
we can solve this via the kinematic equation:
where the vertical velocity is zero and so:
since the height of the building is 29.3 meters then:
the ball was in motion for approximately 2.45 seconds
which sentences ? that question is incomplete
a) it is running a sur...